| ||Junior Boys Bulletin |
|Mr Richards' words summer week 8|
|Mens sana in corpore sano, is an often used quote from antiquity and our predecessors were certainly not wrong with a lot of their thinking. At Junior Boys there has been a considerable focus on this idea this week.
|From the Office|
|A message from the Executive Head|
Dear Parents and Guardians
Whilst our local neighbouring areas are battling the new Covid variant with surge testing, we are still actively reinforcing the crucial strategies to minimise the Covid risk and endeavour to keep your children safe and healthy. Thank you for your support of these measures, especially the Lateral Flow Testing for Seniors. All of these small steps enable us to provide the safest possible environment for our community.
Some lovely success stories have emerged this week - both Amber Hill and Ellie Rayer, two former pupils who went from Juniors through to Seniors with us at Claires Court have both been selected to represent Great Britain at the Tokyo Olympics in their chosen sport. We are so proud of them, and you can read more about this story here.
In my communication yesterday, I outlined the school's response to the delayed easing of restrictions as directed by the Government. We are trying our best to remain agile to the guidelines which seem to change daily from the DfE, and I will write to you again next week to update you on any other adaptations that we are required to make.
I hope you have a lovely weekend
Executive Head Teacher
Parents are reminded that from 7 June we are no longer providing a fixed cost takeaway lunch menu and meals do not need to be booked in advance. The dining rooms are open for breakfast, breaks and lunches, and children may select from any of the available menu items. Food and drink is charged on a pay as you go basis via the till. There are age appropriate services and fixed costs for our younger years. You can top up your child’s dining account via the Parent Portal, where you can also see what has been bought. Should you have any queries regarding dining, please contact the Domestic Bursar, Stephen Rhodes, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Water Safety Week - w/c 21 June
To coincide with National Drowning Prevention Week all pupils will be required to bring in, for every swim lesson next week, a t-shirt and shorts to wear over their swim shorts. Please note there will be no swimming lessons on Friday 25 June due to Sports Day.
Sports Day - Friday 25 June - packed lunch needed
Please find the letter here that was emailed home earlier today. We look forward to seeing you next week. Please provide your son with a packed lunch and a bottle of water as there will be no school lunches that day.
Sun Hats - Sunscreen - Water Bottles
As warmer weather approaches, just a reminder that your son needs to be applied with sun cream before coming to school and wear a CCJB sports cap which you can purchase from either Goyals or Hawkinsports or alternatively a cricket sun hat. Can you also send him in with a named water bottle please.
Hawkinsport - Claires Court Shopping Days
Hawkinsport have scheduled appointments on Monday 19 & Tuesday 20 July specifically for Claires Court parents www.hawkinsport.co.uk/content/appointment-days
Tempest Class Photo Order Information
We are still awaiting the information from the school photographer, Tempest, but we will forward the details as soon as we receive them.
Artist of the Week
Please see attached gallery of our weekly artists. Year 1, Year 2 and Year 5 have been working hard creating Monster pinch pots, Reception and Year 6 have created paintings inspired by street artist Greg Mike and his ‘Loud Mouth’ painting and Year 4 have been continuing with their eye self portraits.
If for any reason you are running late please contact the school office (01628 327400) to inform us and collect your son from the school office.
Sailing/Paddling Activities - Last session
Please note that the final after school sailing/paddling session will be on Tuesday 29 June due to a number of activities running on all three sites on Tuesday 6 July. All other activities will run as normal at Junior Boys.
Reporting your son’s absence from school
Please don’t forget to call the school office to report any sickness/absence/medical appointments on 01628 327400 or alternatively you can email email@example.com
Joseph Conlon is running another ‘Over The Board’ tournament in Cheney, Oxfordshire on Sunday 18 July for those interested in getting back into this format. We are aware that this date clashes with the second gigafinal for older (U12 ) age groups, but it should not impact CCJB’s players. The price is increasing to £24 per child due to the venue increasing its fees. Those interested will find the entry form and details by following the link below:
The first Delancey Megafinal has now taken place, but there is another opportunity to enter if you have not signed up. Click on the link if your son would like to enter.
Awarded for kindness, helpfulness and compassion doing the right thing without being asked, it is what makes our school a wonderful environment. This week our rabbits have been awarded to Jack M (2S), Max M (2S), Harry H (2S) and Olly N-B (4H).
| Ridgeway, The Thicket, Maidenhead, SL6 3QE |
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