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|MR WILDING'S WORDS LENT 8|
|Year 11 had their first opportunity to take their GCSE Maths exam in January, and we were delighted to receive their results back yesterday; with 89% of both boys and girls achieving at least the required level 4, and with 43% at grades 7, 8...|
|From the Office|
|Mobile Phones Lost and Found|
A mobile phone has been found on the bench outside reception. Please ask at reception if you think it may belong to you. We think someone may have mistakenly picked up a Rose Gold colour iPhone 6 which looked very similar to their own phone. If so, we would be most grateful if you could please return it to Mrs Tarr at reception. Thank you.
Monday 9 March - Year 7 Rushall Farm
A reminder that the Year 7 Geography Field Trip to Rushall Farm and the River Pang will be taking place a week Monday. Please find a copy of the letter here. Pupils do not need to wear uniform, but should have warm waterproof clothing and wellington boots. They should also bring a nut-free packed lunch, as well as pens/pencils and a clipboard.
Monday 23 March - Joint Music Concert
On Monday 23 March at 6.30pm there will be a Joint Senior Concert at Senior Boys. As usual there will be a range of music from a variety of genres, involving pupils from across the senior division. Parents of those boys involved have been notified by a separate email, but all others are obviously most welcome too!
Saturday 6 June - Diamond Jubilee Ball
Last few tables remaining. Don’t miss out! Email email@example.com to book your table.
Please be considerate when parking outside of school particularly at pick up and drop off times and do not ignore the parking restrictions signs. Make sure you park sensibly on the road itself and are not blocking any driveways. This is to ensure the safety of pupils, parents, staff and the general public. Thank you for your cooperation.
Football and Hockey Photographs
Photograph order forms are available from reception for the following football and hockey teams should you wish to place an order:
Football - U12A, U12B, U12C, U13A, U13B, U13C, U14A, U14B, U15A, U15B
Hockey - U12, U13, U14A U15, ISA
Important information about coronavirus (covid-19)
We are directed in our actions by Public Health England (PHE) who liaise closely with the Department for Education (DfE). At the time of writing we have had no cases of Covid-19 at Claires Court. As a school we are actively encouraging our pupils to be extra vigilant in their hygiene to prevent the spread of any pathogens, and we will continue to do so. We are aware there will be further updates on the government's plans to tackle the possible spread of such a virus. We will inform you of this in due course and you will see any updates under the news section of our website. If you have any questions about our response to the Public Health England’s guidance, please contact Justin Spanswick, Executive Headteacher on 01628 327717.
MFL Linguists of the Week (German)
Henry Allen (7D) and Tom Peacey (7C) for their consistent good vocabulary learning.
Mathematicians of the Week
Jayden Dawson (Year 8) for showing excellent work ethic and Jonah Stevens (Year 9) for consistently working well in lessons and excellent performance in his Common Task 2.
Scientist of the Week
Oscar Newbold (Year 9) for achieving the highest Chemistry Common Task mark that the science teachers can remember.
Historians of the Week
Luke Lyons (Year 10) for continued commitment and good work.
Jake Hyslop (Year 7), Charlie Badman (Year 9) and Oliver Ledgar (Year 9) for good work and excellent Common Task result.
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