Senior Boys Bulletin
Claires Court Maidenhead - from Nursery to Sixth Form
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In many ways, this last week has been all about education here at Claires Court, which of course it is every week, but the last few days have included quite an additional block on adult education too!
Saturday 25 JanuaryAcademic Scholarship All Day
Monday 27 JanuaryY8 Art and Science Trip9:00am - 4:30pm
Monday 27 JanuarySt. Lucia Cricket Tour Parent Information Evening6:00pm - 7:00pm
Tuesday 28 JanuaryRowing Information Evening6:30pm - 7:30pm
Thursday 30 JanuaryOpen Morning All Sites9:30am - 11:30am
Friday 31 JanuarySports Scholarships 1:00pm - 6:00pm
Saturday 01 FebruaryArt, Drama, IT & Music ScholarshipsAll Day
Tuesday 04 FebruaryB9 Parents' Evening6:00pm - 8:00pm
Tuesday 04 FebruaryYear 9 Immunisation (Td/IPV)9:00am - 11:30am
Thursday 06 FebruaryISA U13 HockeyAll Day
Friday 07 FebruaryISA London West Cross CountryAll Day
Friday 07 FebruaryPTA AGM9:00am - 10:00am
From the Office
May Bank Holiday 
Please note the Early May Bank Holiday this year has moved to Friday 8 May (not Monday 4 May) commemorating VE Day.

Portland Easter Sailing Camp
Sailing courses at the Weymouth and Portland Sailing Academy to kick-start your sailing within the school or to refresh your skills from previous years. Open to all Senior pupils Monday 20 to Tuesday 21 April 2020. To confirm your place please pay the £100 deposit via the payment portal by Friday 7 February.

Year 11 - A Level Subject Selection Sheets 
For those pupils that have not returned their subject selection sheets please can you return them by Friday 14 February 2020.  Please contact Kim Hall on in the first instance.

Diamond Jubilee Ball
It is the last few weeks for the discounted ticket price for the Diamond Jubilee Ball on Saturday 6 June. For more information or to book please visit our website.

Annual General Meeting of the Claires Court PTA
Join us on Friday 7 February from 9am to hear from our Pupil Voice how they benefit from the donations they receive from the PTA, as well as their review of the PTA year. Those present will be invited to elect the main board and committees. This is a great opportunity to meet those who work within the PTA to support the School.  If you would like to join one of the committees, please contact your school office who will share your details.

Vacancy: PTA Treasurer
The main purpose of this role is to support the PTA with key events throughout the year, by approving expenditure, raising cheques, organising floats and collecting cash raised, and to produce the accounts for the Main Board. This is a part time role, requiring approximately 4 hours a week, including support at school events. Applicants are asked to submit a letter of application by 12pm Monday 3rd February to outlining their reasons for applying and how their previous experience complements the role.

Thursday 30 January - Open morning
All our schools are hosting open mornings from 9.30am to 11.30am on Thursday 30 January, which is the perfect way to get an insight for the next step on the educational ladder. If your son or daughter is preparing to move from Nursery to Junior, Junior to Senior, or Senior to Sixth Form, please visit us for a coffee and tour. 
Book your visit now by clicking here. Please share our open events with friends and family too.

Tuesday 4 February - Year 9 Parents/Options Evening 
Please complete this form to indicate which teachers you would like to try and meet with on the night. 

Wednesday 12 February - Year 11 Parents Evening 
Opportunity to discuss mock examinations results and reports, which are being posted home today. Please complete this form to indicate which teachers you wish to try and speak with.

MFL Linguists of the Week (Spanish)
Ayshmit Sethi, Charlie Webster and Will Paveley in Year 10 for their presentation on the Spanish trip in school assembly.

Mathematicians of the Week
Ollie Payne (Year 8) for super work in algebra and Harry Chaplin (Year 10) for his excellent work ethic.

Scientist of the Week
Scientist of the week goes to Louis Young and James Golding (Year 9) for their fantastic work on covalent bonding, and Muna Chikanya (Year 9) and Will Keylock (Year 10) for the huge improvements they have made in Biology.

Historian of the Week
KS3- Dylan Stuart (Year 7) for excellent creative work on Henry II, and Rafe Spearing (Year 9) for his diligence in completing tasks so far.
KS4- Andrew Paul and George Miller (both Year 10) for dedication and hard work on the new topic on World War One.
Amazon adventures at the Living RainforestAmazon adventures at the Living Rainforest

A walk on the wild side was in order for our Year 6 Junior Girls when they experienced the tropical conditions of the Living Rainforest, located at the ecological centre in Hampstead Norreys, Berkshire.
The show goes on for Senior Girl at the Rotary Young Musician competition

Year 11 singing sensation Hannah from Senior Girls will progress to the second round of the Rotary Young Musician competition after she was named runner-up in the local heat on Tuesday, January 21.
The show goes on for Senior Girl at the Rotary Young Musician competition
Trips and Letters Home
Letters sent home this week
Monday 27 January - Y8 to Oxford Museums
20-21 April - Y7-13 Pre-Season Sailing Camp Portland

Trip Reminders
Please pay any balance due on Ski Trip by Monday 27 January.

Consent and payment by Friday 14 February 2020:
22-24 May 2020 - U13 Cricket Tour to North Devon - Initial Letter
Ray Mill Road East, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 8TE
Tel: 01628 327600     Email:

Please note all our School privacy notices can be found here. Please ensure you keep you and your child's information up to date. You can login to the report portal to change any details or alternatively, please contact your school office.

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