|Mr Spanswick's Words Autumn 6|
|I read a very interesting article yesterday written by Amanda Spielman, the Chief Inspector of Schools for Ofsted, who summarised her thoughts of the primary state school curriculum (the National Curriculum) in one scathing word...|
|News from the Office|
|Please may we ask parents not to enter the boys’ changing rooms during the school day. If your son has lost an item of clothing, would you kindly see the School Nurse.|
Junior Boys Twitter
Follow our new twitter account to see the exciting things the boys get up to each week @ClairesCourtJB.
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.
The Sports Circular
The annual Sports Circular is now online, take a look at last year’s team reports and sporting achievements here.
I am looking forward to seeing you at the Spectacular Fireworks Event tomorrow evening. The weather looks like it will be kind to us but do remember all parking will be on the new fields adjacent to the driveway, as such wellies/boots are probably appropriate.
The CCJB PTA will be running the food service and we and all those who have volunteered to help look forward to seeing you there.
Chair PTA CCJB
Rabbit awards this week go to James Wojciechowicz (Yr 5) and Kanishka Suriarachchi (Yr 2). James stood up for a friend earlier this week and showed real courage. Kanishka has also shown great maturity and is consistently his best self in school with us. Two very worthy winners of the rabbit award this week, well done to both boys.
9-12 Nov - B6 Rugby/Hockey Tour to Newquay final let
News from the Sports Master
Last weekend saw the U11B team travel to St Bernard’s Prep in Slough for an U11B rugby festival. With a few players out injured and a couple with other commitments it meant that Mr Watkins could call on a few of the U11C team players to come into his side and gave them a great opportunity to show what they could do when they step up. The team played some fantastic rugby and gained a good win over the hosts of the festival. The rest of the games were hard fought and close. As with all festival rugby huge fun was had by all.
On Tuesday the U9s welcomed Thorpe House to CCJB. There were only 3 visiting teams so the U9BCDE all played triangular fixture against their U9B&C teams. I am happy to report that all our U9 teams played some excellent free flowing, passing rugby and as a result were all successful in their matches.
On Wednesday the U10s & U11s both had triangular fixtures against Caldicott & Davenies. The U10s played at home and it was an excellent afternoon of rugby with just over 130 pupils in total representing the 3 schools. All the U10 games played in excellent spirits and Mr Spanswick gave huge praise to all the teams on the excellent standard of the rucking. The U11s played away and for the first time in my memory we had to cancel the U11A team matches, as many players from this team have experienced some very bad luck with injuries and we just could not field a team! The rest of the matches were close affairs and the U11B team took encouragement from the weekend’s festival and played out a particularly competitive draw against Caldicott.