Claires Court Bulletin
FROM THE HEADS OF SIXTH FORM
This has been a very long term, culminating in the Christmas tests this week. All the students deserve a good break and we wish you all a restful and happy Christmas.
w/c Mon 12 Dec - Early buses this week
Tues 13 Dec - Carol Service St Lukes 11am
Wed 14 Dec - End of term - 12 noon
Wed 14 Dec - Sixth Form Christmas Party, Magnolia Park, Hughenden Valley 7.30pm -11.30pm
Wed 4 Jan 2017 - First day of term
Sat 7 Jan 2017 - Swimarathon 2017 at the Magnet Leisure Centre. 6-7pm
Fri 13 Jan 2017 - Sixth Form reports posted
w/c Mon 20 Feb 2017 - Mock exams week
Independent Schools Association Whitbread Memorial Prize 2016
Charity Clothing Donations
Reporting absence - Calling the school
Please check you have the correct number in your phone.
If your daughter/son is unwell please telephone the Sixth Form Office on 01628 411489 by 9.30am on each day of the sickness (you can leave a voicemail message if 'out of hours' and this will be picked up) or email email@example.com
PLEASE NOTE: The registrar's’ number as listed on the website should only be used for admissions/moving up enquiries.
Sixth Form lanyards
Copas Turkey Offer
Charity News - FoodShare
We are still collecting donations here and volunteers are also encouraged to help to ensure the food items get to those who need it as soon as possible. Thank you for your help.
Christmas Jumper day - Friday 9 December
Sixth Form Christmas Tree at StLukes
Forest v 2nd XV
The 2nd XV had a great match against Forest, after their 1sts cancelled their match just hours before the start. Claires Court played some fabulous rubgy, motivated by the fact that if they scored 4 tries and won by 7 clear points, then they would win the league. Some great tries by Teo Gaster, Ed Axtell, Matt Simmons, Lewis Hughes and Tom Worthington, together with 2 conversions by Max Williamson made it a strong Claires Court victory. The final score of 0-29 ensured the team also won the league. Many congratulations to all the players on a tremendous achievement.
2nd XV team captain
Mr Carter trialled some exciting new technology during the Forest match. Claires Court now have 2 GPS tracking units similar to those used by professional and international sports teams - the players wear them under their shirts and they give accurate data on the players' workload throughout a game. Mr Carter said "using the data we can modify our training to make sure it accurately replicates what players are doing in a game, as well as using it as a coaching tool to show players where they could be contributing more. Ex-Head boy and Maidenhead 1st XV player Ross Muil will be wearing it in his match on Saturday to give the boys a bench mark to aim for." Ed Axtell and Matt Simmons used them in the Forest match and their data is posted here.