|The Heads of Sixth Form Autumn 6|
|Dr Joe Organ from Brasenose College, Oxford, visited us on Tuesday. He spoke to a group of prospective Oxbridge applicants from Year 12 about university life at Oxford and Cambridge and the application process. Our students are always inspired to...|
|From the Office|
Please join us at 5.30pm tomorrow for our annual PTA Fireworks event. If you haven’t purchased a ticket already, you can buy these at the gate, however we cannot guarantee food will be included
On Tuesday 17 and Wednesday 18 October, there will be a photographer on site working with the school to create a new library of professional photographs for the website, publications and other marketing materials. If you do not want your child to be photographed please email Kim Davies, Marketing Manager email@example.com - you need not contact her if you have an overarching non-consent permission in place as set up through the report portal.
Copas Christmas Turkey Deal
Head to www.copasturkeys.co.uk and purchase a Christmas turkey using the code: CCS16, and Copas will donate £5 towards our PTA. More details can be found here.
Art Competition successes
Both James Tapner-Evans and Sophie West won their categories in the recent ISA Regional Art competition, and Stephanie Stobie took 2nd place in the photography category. Sophie West was also 2nd in the painting category in the Windsor Festivals School programme. Congratulations go to all the successful entrants.
|Trips and Letters Home|
|Mon 6 Nov - Y12&13 Wallace Collection|
27 Nov - Y12&13 Biology Warwick Uni
Social Club Subscriptions due now
Arrangements are now well under way for the Christmas Party and Summer Prom so please get your subscriptions in as soon as possible. The Sixth Form Christmas Party will be held on Wednesday 13 December at Magnolia Park in the Hughenden Valley. Subscriptions are £45 and cheques should be made out to “Claires Court Sixth Form Social Club”. This cannot be paid for on the parent portal. Cash is accepted but will need to be £45 exactly, and handed in to the Sixth Form office in an envelope with the student’s name on.
Jamal Edwards - YouTube’s grime reaper
Mrs Rogers spoke to the Y12s this week about Jamal Edwards, the young music mogul who started his own YouTube News Channel and is now breaking into movies. Jamal started his YouTube music channel when he was still at school. Within 4 years, he was a celebrity broadcaster as one of the faces of the YouTube generation and had built a huge global audience with only a camcorder and a mobile phone. He now has a marketing phenomenon named after him “the Jamal Edwards effect” meaning that anything is possible in the digital era. Jamal himself says, “Try anything, don’t be scared of failure that is my advice. The only failure is not trying. And when you find your niche, what you are really good at, hit it so hard”. Great advice for all of us.