| ||Junior Boys Bulletin |
|Mr Spanswick's Words Summer 5|
|What an unusual week it has been! Whenever we have assessments in school, timetabling gets disrupted - this is to be expected (this is what infuriates state sector head teachers so much, the constant assessments that they are required to place in...|
|From the Office|
Whole school photo:- This on display in the entrance hall. Order forms were sent home Thursday via boy post. Details of how to order online will be featured in the Bulletin next week.
Drop off time in the morning:- Please be reminded that children may not be dropped off into pre-school care/breakfast club before 7.30am . There are no teachers on duty until that time. Kitchen staff are not there for supervising children.
Coach Routes from September :-Would you like your child to take the coach, but none of the routes are suitable? We are currently reviewing our routes and we would like to make sure our routes meet the needs of our parents. If you have any thoughts or comments please email email@example.com
NEWS FROM THE SPORTSMASTER
Last Friday the U10A, B and C teams travelled to Chesham Prep. The A team narrowly lost their game against a strong Chesham team. However, the B and C teams both won by 49 and 98 runs respectively.
On Tuesday the U9A and B teams hosted Thorpe House. With both teams improving every week it was wonderful to see them both record very impressive wins.
Sadly, Wednesday was definitely a day for ducks and not cricketers, as all matches against our local rival St Pirans were cancelled due to the torrential rain. Unfortunately, this was the second year in a row that this has happened to this fixture. Is there something the rain gods know that we don't?! We hope that we have more success next year.
The U9s were in action again on Thursday but the U9A and B teams had to abandon the game as rain stopped play. The U9C and D teams, playing away, managed to finish their games in a light drizzle. The U9Cs recorded their second win in a row, whilst the U9Ds drew with both teams scoring 288 runs.
Though good for our pitches, we do hope for a slightly drier week next week, so that we can see our cricketers out in full force, and their whites remaining white!
NEWS FROM THE CHESS MASTER
See our news section for this week’s chess news.
MUSIC AND DRAMA NEWS
To view next week’s timetable please click the link and choose the correct week.
Summer Fete - 24 June 2017
‘BETTER ALL TOGETHER’
To any individual entrepreneurs out there. Would you like to take a stall at the summer fete this year? The PTA’s key aspect this year is the bustling Summer Market so if you have a venture already underway and would like the opportunity to promote your product please complete the form or contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Caiden McNulty and Sofianos Ioannaou are our two Rabbit winners from Year 6 this week. Caiden abandoned his own lunch to help a friend who had tripped over. He comforted him and made sure that he was okay before continuing to eat his lunch. Sofianos has impressed the teaching staff this week with his resilience and determination to complete his assessments to the best of his ability despite only speaking English for less than twelve months. Both boys thoroughly deserve to be Rabbit winners this week.
NOTES and TO DO
Concert For Reuben’s Fight
A concert is being held at St John The Baptist Church to support Reubens Fight. Music will be performed by West End stars, for more information and tickets click here.
As mentioned at the beginning of term Sensei is collecting any orders for the Karate Club body warmer. Could you please confirm your order with child’s name, size and height to email@example.com . These body warmers are black with an orange trim with an embroidered club badge. They cost £25 each and you may pay by cash, cheque or BACS. If you pay by cheque please make it payable to Debbie Richards and if paying online Please ref: BW child's name & size.
PAYMENT BY BACS (BANK TRANSFER)
ACCOUNT NAME: MRS D M T RICHARDS | ACC NO: 81369385 | SORT CODE: 40-47-37
sizes : 2-3 3-4 5-6 7-8 9-10 11-12 13-14
Height (cm): 96 104 116 128 140 152 163
May half-term programme for the children:
Holiday Activities have lots of fun planned…..
Book online at: www.clairescourt.com/holiday-activities/booking
HOLIDAY CLUB PLEA: To help with our half-term activities, we would be grateful for any donations of long cardboard tubes (from the inside of wrapping paper) and Pringles tins (or similar), with plastic lids. Please drop these to the Main Office at College Avenue site. THANK YOU!!