| ||Junior Boys Bulletin |
|Mr Spanswick's Words Summer 7|
|I hope you all enjoyed a lovely half term break.
We have embarked upon our last 5 weeks or so with great gusto and the boys have been very excited by the prospect of cricket tours this weekend, Bushcraft expeditions, swimming Galas, visits to...|
|From the Office|
Rabbit winners this week are Dominic Mayling and Oscar Lewington who are both in Year 4. Oscar was exceptionally kind to a fellow pupil earlier in the week and showed a great deal of compassion and empathy for him. Dominic also quietly helped someone who was struggling with his belongings, giving up his own time to a friend. Both boys are very worthy winners of our Rabbit award this week.
Cricket Team Photographs
Please ensure all photo orders are returned to the office by Monday 11 June.
Whole School Photograph
Reminder: Our whole school photographs are still available to order online from Tempest Groups. Type Claires Court into the search criteria box, then enter the password burgundy on the following page and choose the relevant photo. The framed picture is on display in school.
Next week is Food Awareness Week!
Our menu is changing giving all our pupils a chance to try healthy meals from around the world! Please see the menus on our website - Junior Boys. Additional activities will also take place throughout the week, encouraging pupils to try new foods and learn more about Healthy Eating.
Parent Teacher Evenings
Many activities have been cancelled during the week beginning Monday 18 June due to Parent Teacher evenings. After School Care will be available for all year groups on these evenings until 5pm.
Monday 18 June all activities are cancelled. However, boys remaining for after school care will have a choice of a sport activity or a non sporting activity.
Wednesday 20 June all activities are cancelled. However, boys remaining for after school care will have a choice of a sport activity or a non sporting activity.
On Thursday 21 June the following activities will not take place - Archery and Gardening. All other activities should be available as usual.
Great British Summer Fete - Saturday 23 June
Time to purchase your tickets! Information on our fete has been emailed home to parents. Further details are available on our website. Tickets can be purchased via the payment portal or by returning the form to the School Office.
Home to School Coaches from September 2018
Emails will be sent home next week in order for us to confirm arrangements for our current users. If you are considering using the coach service next year, spaces are available and we always welcome new users on all our routes. Further information can be found on the coach services section of our website
School News App launched!
Parents can download our school app, which displays school events, photo albums, news and the weekly bulletin. Download the app from either the iTunes App Store or Google Play or by searching for ‘School News’ on your phone’s App Store. Once downloaded, launch the free app and type in our main postcode SL6 6AW in the ‘find a school’ section. All school divisions will show up in a list and just select the division you wish to view news and events for. Happy reading! More on how the app works: https://goo.gl/1Ff6c7
Education Sunday Invitation
The church keeps Education Sunday on the second Sunday of September. This year St. Luke’s, along with All Saints, Boyne Hill and the Church of the Good Shepherd, Cox Green, with whom we share evening services, has put together a simple service to celebrate education and to pray for the work of all the schools in our parishes. We would like to invite any parents, who wish to, to join us for this short service at 6pm on Sunday 9 September, here at St. Luke’s. There will be light refreshments after the service. You are welcome to rsvp to: email@example.com or just come along.
|News from the Sports Master|
This feels like it has been an incredibly busy week of sport. On Tuesday all of the U9 had fixtures with the U9A&C teams playing Thorpe House and the U9B playing Long Close and the U9D team playing Herries. The U9A, C&D teams all recorded good wins, while the U9B played superbly well against a very strong Long Close U9A team to only lose by a few runs. On Wednesday the U11A&B teams managed to pull off two sound victories against Thorpe House despite missing some key players at the ISA Athletics.
Wednesday also saw 14 of the CCJB athletes from Years 4-6 travel to Eton to compete in the ISA London West Athletics Championships. This is a huge event for the pupils that Claires Court run. This year there were over 800 athletes from Years 4-11 competing from the London West region. With many of the events run as heats, results were taken on time and then compared to the other heats to find the overall winner. All the CCJB athletes competed with sportsmanship, determination and commitment and were a credit to the school. The team brought home a huge haul of medals and consisted of the following pupils -
Year 4 - Thomas Scargill, Freddie Holgate, George Norris, Kida Zhu
Year 5 - William Dart, Hugo Winter, Jake Hyslop, Tommy Beever, Ben Savage,
Year 6 - Jamie Smith, Finn Keylock, Oscar Helm, George Crowe, Jake Rogers
The following medals were won:
Hugo Winter - Year 5 High Jump
Oscar Helm - Year 6 High Jump
Thomas Scargill - Year 4 60m
George Norris - Year 4 600m
Jake Hyslop - Year 5 75m
Jake Hyslop - Year 5 Long Jump
Finn Keylock - Year 6 80m
George Crowe - Year 6 600m
Jamie Smith - Year 6 Long Jump
Freddie Holgate - Year 4 Cricket Ball Throw
Ben Savage - Year 5 Cricket Ball Throw (New championship record)
William Dart - Year 4 150m
William Dart - Year 4 600m
Finn Keylock - Year 6 Cricket Ball Throw (New championship record)
Jamie Smith - Year 6 150m
Finn Keylock - Year 5 Cricket Ball Throw
Samuel Jackson - Year 6 Long Jump
Robbie Jones - Year 6 Cricket Ball Throw
Thomas Scargill, Freddie Holgate, George Norris, Kida Zhu - Year 4 4x100m Relay
William Dart, Hugo Winter, Jake Hyslop, Tommy Beever - Year 5, 4x100m Relay
Jamie Smith, Finn Keylock, Oscar Helm, George Crowe - Year 6, 4x100m Relay
This week’s Team of the Week goes to all the boys who represented the school at the ISA London West Athletics Championships on Wednesday.
News from the Chess Master
Summer Term tournament
Our termly tournament will be held on Monday 9 July between 1:30pm and 6:00pm and is open to all boys in Years 2 and above. An entry form can be accessed here for printing or a hard copy can be taken from the Chess noticeboard. Entry is £1.
Maidenhead Junior Chess
The Maidenhead Junior Chess Club calendar is up on the website. This includes details of all the tournaments being run by Mr Dennis right up to September.
After a slight delay on the part of the organisers, the online registration system for the regional Gigafinals are now up on the Delancey website.
11 June - B3 Vikings Day