|Mr Spanswick's Words Autumn 2|
|What a first week back! The words ‘busy’ and ‘hectic’ do not come close to describing the activities and lessons that have been going on. Our boys in Reception are finding their feet and we are seeing some very happy (and...|
|From the Office|
|Nasal Flu Vaccine|
Boys and Girls in Reception through to Year 4 will receive information and a consent form for this year's nasal flu vaccine in their book bags tonight. Please look out for this and return the consent forms to the nurse on your site.
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.
Monday 18 September
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
The 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.
The House competition has already started at the Junior Boys. Last term's winners - Dorney enjoyed a BBQ and rounders evening on Friday. The weather was kind and brightened up in time for Mr Denton to organise the games whilst the food cooked.
Year 6 voted for new House Captains and Vice Captains. These were announced in assembly on Monday. Congratulations to:
Windsor: Captain - George Crowe, Vice Captains - Haider Ali Baig, Felix Oppenheimer
Cliveden: Captain - Alastair Dunning, Vice Captains - Sam Jefferys, Alex Peach
Dorney: Captain - Jack Newton, Vice Captains - Joseph Brittain, Oscar Helm
Fawley: Captain - William Mason, Vice Captains - Leo Robinson, Tom Webster
|20 Sept - Y2 The Rye|
News from the Sports Master
Wow, what a fantastic week of sport we have had at Claires Court Junior Boys! All of the pupils in Year 4, 5 & 6 have had the chance to represent their school in their first rugby matches of the term.
I took great pleasure in witnessing the Year 4 boys in their first ever competitive matches at the school. I was hugely impressed with the standard of play as it shows what hard work the pupils and the Year 4 Games staff have put into getting all teams ready. We had five teams in Year 4 all playing St George’s Weybridge this Thursday. To have come away with five wins shows that the Year 4 pupils have a very promising season ahead of them.
The U10 teams all played in a triangular fixture against Davenies and Caldicott on Wednesday. The U10A,B& C teams all achieving their first win of the season the U10A&C team both achieved wins against Davenies and the U10B team had an impressive win against Caldicott.
All the U11 pupils traveled to St John’s Beaumont on Wednesday with some very impressive results the U11ABC teams all scoring solid wins with the U11DE team with a narrow loss.
Stats of the week
· We have played a total of 13 matches.
· We have scored 99 tries