|Mr Rayer's Words Autumn 12|
|Today the boys have been very excited as we have had the first flakes of snow, it is Christmas Jumper and Lunch day so very helpful for the atmosphere.
Year 11 have almost completed their Mock Exams but spare a thought for the Artists who...|
|FROM THE OFFICE|
|Christmas Lunch & Christmas Jumper Day|
We saw a variety of Jumpers and hats and had a lovely lunch – collecting £102.69 for Save the Children. Find below the ‘best of’ cracker jokes.
Q. Where does mistletoe go to become famous? A. “Holly” wood
Q. What does a clock do when it’s hungry? A. It goes back 4 seconds
Q. What do you get if you cross an apple with a Christmas Tree? A. A Pine-apple
Q. How do you communicate with fish? A. You drop them a line
Important Parking Information at Maidenhead Rugby Football Club
For those parking at Maidenhead Rugby Football Club – From Friday 1 December be aware that the council parking restrictions either side of the clubhouse will be enforced by a private contractor. Tougher enforcement on double parking, yellow lines, disabled and marked bays . If you are not a member or hold a current car parking permit then you are likely to receive a parking ticket. Please read the parking restriction signs carefully.
Last Week of Term
Week Commencing Monday 11 December - EARLY buses in operation all week.
Activities/Study is not available.
Last Day of Autumn Term – Friday 15 December
School finishes at 12.30pm Coaches depart at 12.35pm
Carol Services - St Lukes Church -Friday 15 December
Parents are invited to attend.
Senior Boys B7, B8 & B9 (commence 9.30am)
Senior Boys B10, B11/6th Form (commence 10.50am)
Youth Speak Public Speaking Competition
We will be entering two teams which will take place here at Senior Boys on Thursday 11 January 2018.
We have an assortment of valuables in the office that have been handed in throughout the term, including wristwatches, headphones, and glasses. Please check with the office if you have lost anything . Any items not claimed by the end of term will be donated to the Heart Foundation Charity shop.
Scientist of the Week
Year 7 – Kaie Clacher-Chopra for his excellent research about the pesticide, DDT.
Linguist of the Week
French – Year 7 - Adam Forster and Year 10 - Stuart Gillman.
Mathematician of the Week
Year 7 – Matias Grundy, Year 8 – William Liddiard, Year 9 – Govind Basra and Joel Mankoo, Year 10 - James Freeman and Year 11 – Leo Griffiths.