| ||Junior Boys Bulletin |
|Mr Richards' Words Lent 5|
|Parents at our recent Open Day were astounded by the extra curricular offer at our school. There are 52 activities on offer throughout the week, before and after school, allowing a wide variety of talents and skills to flourish, or just be explored...|
|FROM THE OFFICE|
If a pupil is unwell and unable to attend school, please telephone the school on 01628 327400. Alternatively, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for the attention of Mrs D Gill. This should be done before 8am on each day of absence. Any unreported absences will result in a telephone call home by the school nurse.
Any absence for holidays during term time will not be authorised unless there are exceptional circumstances. All requests for holiday absences should be emailed to email@example.com for the attention of Mrs R Henley.
Parents are asked to book appointments whenever possible outside of normal school hours. Pupils who need to leave school for a dental/medical appointment must sign out at the Main Office before they leave school and sign back in on their return.
Work of the Week - Monday 3 to Friday 7 February
Please click on the following link for a list of children who have been selected for the outstanding work they have produced this week. Their work will be displayed for one week from today, please do come and have a look. Reception to Year 2’s ‘Work of the Week Display Board’ can be found in the link way of the early years area and Year 3 to Year 4’s ‘Work of the Week Display Board’ can be found inside the back door.
In light of the recent outbreak of the Coronavirus in Wuhan, China, we would like to reassure you that, as always, we are monitoring government advice and assessing any risks on a daily basis. Our advice is taken from Public Health England which can be viewed via the following link .
In the meantime, our advice is as always, to maintain a high standard of hand hygiene at all times to prevent the spread of any infectious disease. Should the School be required to take any additional measures in the future we will inform you as soon as possible. If you have any further questions please feel free to speak to any one of the school nurses.
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|News from the Sports Master|
This has been another busy week of sport at Claires Court Junior Boys. Last weekend our U9 A and B teams competed at the St Bernards festival. It was a fantastic opportunity for our pupils, our U9A team finished third while our U9B team were unbeaten and won the B team tournament.
This week our year groups have had their normal fixtures. U9ABC travelled to Thorpe House on Wednesday with two strong wins for the U9A and B teams. The U11 teams hosted Thorpe House and Chandlings on Wednesday. It was a great afternoon with some superb team performances and results.
On Friday this week we had five pupils compete at the ISA Regional Cross Country. Dan Chen, Harry Wojciechowicz, George Norris, Zac Wood and Leo Starkey all run fantastically well. Dan, George, Zac and Leo all finished inside the top ten in their respective races and have therefore qualified to represent the region at the National Championship in March.
We wish our U10A and B teams all the best as they travel to St John’s Beaumont this afternoon for a football tournament.
News from the Chess Master
Delancey Chess update
Congratulations to Moksha and Kanishka who have both qualified for the Delancey Megafinal. Playing in GM Nick Pert's tournament at Eton College on Sunday 2 February, both brothers earned the required score to progress to the next round.
Maidenhead hosted Richmond on Saturday to an U14 match. Josh S, Moksha and Kanishka were all selected to represent Maidenhead. Josh and Moksha earned 1/2, whist Kanishka won both of his games. Well done boys!
Chess club training
On Monday, I had the chance to take a small group of younger players for a training session. We looked at the movement of the pieces and how chess is a game of problem solving. The boys did very well earning several House Points. I encouraged them to work on lichess to improve. This, of course, applies to all players!
Consent and deposit overdue:
12-13 March - B4 Sports Tour to Bournemouth
Consent and payment by Friday 14 February 2020:
3-11 April 2021 - current Y4-12 Ski Trip initial letter for 2021 trip
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