Claires Court Bulletin
FROM THE HEADS OF SIXTH FORM
End of term reports will be posted to you today. The students have been advised to take notice of the feedback given in the reports by subject staff to improve their grades and exam performance. If this is acted upon immediately, there is still time to see an improvement in their mock exams in February.
Fri 13 January - Sixth Form reports issued
Tues 17 January - IGCSE Maths Paper 2. 9am Senior Boys site
Tues 17 January - Visiting Speaker, Christopher Ward, Entrepreneur 3.30pm HM4
Thurs & Fri 19 & 20 January - Sixth Form Art mock exams
Sat 21 January - Berks Cross Country Championships
Wed 25 Janaury - IGCSE English paper 9am Senior Boys site
Thurs 9 Feb - Heathrow Jobs & Careers Fair, Sofitel Hotel, T5, Heathrow
Mon 20 - Fri 24 Feb - Mock AS and A Level exams
As the weather gets colder, here are the details in case we need to close the School due to adverse weather conditions.
Swimarathon at the Magnet Leisure Centre
On Saturday 7th January, a small band of generous spirited, fun loving 6th formers represented Claires Court in the Lions Club annual swimarathon at The Magnet. Year 12 were represented by Hattie Thomas, Tom May and Todd Muil and Year 13 were represented by Flora Gault, Sophie Corrigal, Laura Batten, Alexei Murphy, Chris Rayer and Toby Yates. Daisy Fowler, Mrs. Burdett and Ms Renardson cheered them on as they completed a total of 117 laps (334 lengths). The exact amount of money raised by the teams is still to be confirmed but as the photos show, they were supporting the Lions Club charities and Foodshare (Maidenhead). The various food items on the posters are all examples of items currently required by Foodshare for distribution to local people in need.
Our swimmers really did Claires Court proud as their camaraderie, team spirit, generosity and determination were an absolute delight to behold. They were real stars.
You can see more photographs on the website.
YE Business Awards
ISA Sixth Form Essay Competition
Entry is now open for the 2017 ISA Sixth Form Essay Competition. The essays will be judged in three subject areas: English and Literary Analysis, Science, IT and Technology and Arts and Humanities subjects. Submissions may be pieces of work that have already been completed in the course of sixth form studies, however they must be within the 1500 word strict maximum limit and they should not have been heavily edited/re-drafted following teacher comments/feedback.
Come to the Library to find out more and or see the full details on the ISA website.
Closing date: Monday 20 March 2017.