Senior Boys Bulletin
Claires Court Maidenhead - from Nursery to Sixth Form
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Mr Rayer's Words Autumn 2
Mr Rayer's Words Autumn 2
It is always good to complete the first week successfully and I thank my Academic and Administrative Staff for helping to ensure such a smooth start. Today, Friday 15 September, in conjunction with the National Trust at Cliveden, we created a...
Friday 15 SeptemberY7 Team Building Day9:15am - 4:00pm
Tuesday 19 SeptemberB11 Academic Mentoring WeekAll Day
Wednesday 20 SeptemberB11 Academic Mentoring WeekAll Day
Thursday 21 SeptemberSPEECH DAY - Senior & Sixth Form12:30pm - 4:30pm
Monday 25 SeptemberY8 Trip To Lulworth/Osmington BayAll Day
Thursday 28 SeptemberOpen Morning9:30am - 11:30am
Speech Day - Thursday 21 September
All Senior and Sixth Form pupils will be joining us at Speech Day and Prize Giving at the Magnet Leisure Centre next Thursday. The event runs from 2.30pm. Please note the following arrangements:
  • If prize winner’s parents are in attendance these pupils  may stay at the end of the event and leave with parents.
  • All other pupils will be returning to school by 5.00pm approx for collection or buses.
  • If you have an invitation as your child is receiving an award/participating,  please RSVP by return, so we can ensure we have sufficient seating.
  • The room has been changed to the Main Hall, which will be signposted on entrance to the Magnet.  
The Monday early special begins on 18 September for our furthest coach passengers.  Further information on the stops are available here.  Booking is essential, please ensure you have completed this form if you wish your child to use this service.
Personal Accident and Personal Effects Insurance
Cover for all pupils is included as part of the tuition fee.  Full details of these insurance schemes are available  under the Fees Refund Scheme and Personal Insurances section of our website.
Jeans for Genes - Friday 22 September
School will be supporting this charity, we will ‘Wear Jeans Change Lives’ on this day, we ask for a donation of £1 for the pleasure of wearing your Jeans to school for the day.  This is staff too.
Spanish Request
Any pupil with Spanish books Mira 1 and Mira 2 from last year – if you could return these to Mr Perez in Room 26.  Thank you.
Individual Photograph Orders Years 7 to 11
Order forms have come home via ‘boy post’ this week for parents to order photographs if you would like to.  Please return order forms to the school office.  Deadline for order is Friday 29 September.
No Nuts
Please be reminded the schools have a mandatory no nut policy across any foods and drinks. This applies to everyone bringing or supplying to the sites. Whether it is a bought in cake with a nut ingredient for a meeting or celebration, almond milk, peanut butter or Nutella sandwiches in a packed lunch these should simply not come on site. Please check ingredient labels or ask the Domestic Bursar who is happy to advise before items are brought in.
Scientist of the Week
Tok Charles in Year 9 for his fantastic review of a physics documentary.
Music Exam Congratulations
Sam Walton – Year 8 – Grade 3 violin with Merit
Robert Byerley – Year 10 – Grade 5 violin with Merit
Well done to both boys from Mr Roach
The Office Ditty: You’ve heard of the three ages of man; Youth, old age and ‘you’re looking wonderful’.
GCSE Results - Achieving Their BestGCSE Results - Achieving Their Best

It was a day of celebration for the pupils at Claires Court when they picked up their GCSE results.  Of the diverse broad ability cohort, 84.2% achieved 5 A*to C grades, with 30% of the girls grades at A* and A.   James Wilding...
GCSE Grade Commentary by the Academic Principal

James Wilding, Academic Principal was delighted with the results saying, “87% of the cohort gained a C pass or higher in English, and 92% a C pass or higher in Maths, compared to the national statistics for England of 66.3% and 69...
GCSE Grade Commentary by the Academic Principal
Celebrating A Level Results 2017Celebrating A Level Results 2017

Claires Court are celebrating another year of fantastic results.  The broad ability cohort not only secured success at A Level with a 97.9% pass rate but saw high achievement at BTEC qualifications too.   RESULTS...
Y7-13 Sailing Holiday - Oct Half Term
25-27 Sept - G8 Lulworth Cove Final
25-27 Sept - G8 Lulworth What to Wear List
25-27 Sept - G8 Lulworth Medical Form & Rules

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