|Mr Spanswick's Words Summer 6|
|Summer has arrived!! And what a hot week it has been - our boys have relished the chance to participate in Pupil Problem Solving Week and my words will be very short today to allow more space for you to observe some of the amazing challenges they...|
|From the Office|
Please can we remind all Parents that it is important to apply suncream to your son before school. As they will spend time both during lessons and at break times outside they also need to wear a hat. Boys without the sun hat will be encouraged to wear their school cap.
PTA Summer Festival - 24 June 2017
‘BETTER ALL TOGETHER’
We have been busy planning our Summer Fete, please save this date so that you can come along and enjoy the fun. Tickets will be available to buy after half term from the school offices.
This years poster competition was extremely well supported by the children at CCJB and CCJG. We are pleased to announce that we have decided to have three winners. They are (in no particular order) Sophie Jeffs (Year 5), Jack Newton (Year 5), Alfredo Sidders (Year 2). You can see the winning posters on our website.
Whole School Photograph
All our whole school photographs are now available to order online through Tempest Groups. Type Claires Court into the search criteria box, then enter the password 120031 on the following page.
Coach Routes From September
We are currently reviewing our coach provision as we would like to make sure we meet the needs of our parents where possible. If you have any comments or feedback please complete the Coach Provision Form by Sunday 28 May. Thank you.
Thames Valley Police Announcement.
National Terrorism Threat Level Raised to Critical
We have been provided with information from Thames Valley Police, please see the full details here https://goo.gl/HZADEY
NEWS FROM THE CHESS MASTER
Well done to Moksha Suriarachchi in 3G for winning the Maidenhead Junior Club tournament at the weekend. He won 5 and drew 1 game, ending up unbeaten with 5.5/6 - an excellent performance. That first individual trophy is one that we savour most. May it be another step that leads to the London Open Championship! Bravo!
And in closing for half-term, remember: "When you see a good move, look for a better one."
The rabbit winners this week are Deven Shah RG and Max Setchell 5V. Deven impressed all of the reception staff this week by showing a compassionate and caring attitude towards all of his peers, ensuring they were well looked after. Similarly Max has been a wonderful friend both to his peers and to the younger children in the school during the Water Aid Pipeline Challenge. Both are worthy winners of the rabbit award this week.