| ||Junior Girls Bulletin |
|Miss Barlow's Weekly Words Lent 11|
|Everyday this week has hosted something special...
|FROM THE OFFICE|
|Coaches - Last week of Term|
Monday 26 March
Early buses in operation. Monday fast route NOT operating.
No Activities or Study. ASC available (if you require ASC for your daughter, we kindly ask that we are informed no later than 1pm).
Tuesday 27 March Early Finish - coaches depart 12.30pm
No After School Activities/Study
Junior Girls - Pick up from 12noon in the Playground
Senior Girls - Pick up 12.15pm
Please note that the Nursery is open as usual and ASC (After School Care) is available for Nursery children only on the last day of the Lent Term.
Tuesday 27 March - End of Term Mailings
Junior Girls - letter only from Headteacher, Miss Barlow.
Fee invoices will be emailed home on the 27 March.
Wednesday 18 April - New Summer Term Commences
Winter uniform can still be worn up until the May half term holiday after which the summer uniform must be worn.
Saturday 24 March 2018 11am - 1pm at Junior Boys
We look forward to seeing you!
If you have purchased tickets for the event you should have received them via your child's book bag over the last few days. If you have not received yours please email at email@example.com. You can buy tickets on the gate.
Summer Ball - Moulin Rouge
Saturday 12 May 2018
A few tables left - here’s how to reserve your table >>>
Now taking bookings for tables of 6, 8, 10, 12, 14
Also if you are only a small party we can now create joint tables. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Book Club News: Carnegie and Greenaway Book Awards
The shortlists for the CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals, the UK's oldest and most prestigious children's book awards have been announced! Run by The Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP) the Carnegie Medal is awarded for an outstanding book for children and young people and the Kate Greenaway Medal is presented to an outstanding book in terms of illustration. Often described by authors and illustrators as 'the one they want to win', they are the gold standard in children's literature.
We will be shadowing both these book awards in Junior and Senior Book clubs next term, until the winner is announced in June. Girls will be asked to read all the shortlisted books, evaluate their favourites and finally vote for their own Medal winner. For more information see http://www.carnegiegreenaway.org.uk/ or come and see the shortlisted books in the Libraries. A great idea for a holiday read!
Book Club Shadowing Sessions:
Junior Book Club (Years 3&4): Tuesday lunch time
Junior Book Club (Years 5&6): Wednesday lunch time
Senior Book Club (Years 7-11): Tuesday lunch time
Holiday Reading? Find a Fantastic Female!
Looking for strong female role models in your reading? To celebrate International Women’s Day earlier this month, the Centre for Literacy in Primary Education has chosen their favourite books for younger readers featuring independent girl characters. Download the free booklist here.
A list of books for older children focusing on women's history is also available, created to celebrate Women’s History Month. See here.
G6 Group Class/Sports Team Photos/All JG Informal Class Photos - Tempest
All photo order forms have been given to your daughter. The sport team photos are on display in the Atrium. Deadline for returning your order /payment is Friday 20 April.
Summer term activities will remain open for online registration via the Activities Hub (activities.clairescourt.net) until 9.00am on Monday 26 March.
Closing registration prior to the end of term will enable staff to ensure any organisational matters for the activity groups can be resolved before the holiday.
Activities will begin on Monday 23 April 2018
Any pupil travelling home on the bus must be signed up for an activity, study session or pre-prep after school care. Pupils not staying after school must register as “Going Home”, ensuring that our “after-hours” fire lists are correct.
If you have any queries, please direct them to email@example.com rather than calling the school offices as this will avoid any delay.
Recycling Competition - get creative!
Following a request by our Pupil Voice representatives, new recycling bins will be placed in each classroom. To personalise them, we are running a competition asking girls to design a sticker to promote recycling.
More information and entry template here
Closing date Friday 20 April, so plenty of time over Easter to get creative! The winners will be chosen by our Pupil Voice representatives.
Wednesday 25 April 2018
Thursday 26 April 2018
Friday 27 April 2018