Claires Court Bulletin



In a week that has seen our U11 rugby teams take on the combined Maidenhead schools team, and our inaugural Quiz team pit their wits against ten other schools, our junior boys as a whole have managed to reach a total of £3,500 raised for our '3 for 3' charities - a fantastic achievement. Thank you boys and families for contributing to 'cake sales' and sponsored events over the last two weeks - and I know there is more to come.

Also many congratulations to our U10A football team who were runners up in our tournament on Friday.

Tomorrow we look forward to welcoming in the region of 150 families, boys and girls, mums and dads, to our Easter Egg Hunt starting at 10am. The weather promises to be good and tickets can be obtained on the day if you have not yet bought yours. Tomorrow also sees our U9 football and U11 7-a-side rugby squads in action at different tournaments. Good luck to the boys involved in these event.


Saturday 15th March - Easter Egg Hunt We look forward to welcoming all nursery and junior children (and parents!) on, hopefully, a sunny morning tomorrow at our Junior Boys (Ridgeway) site. Tickets available on the gate for those who have not yet bought them.

Wednesday 19 March – Year 2 ‘3 for 3’ cake sale.

Thursday 20 March – Year 6 visit from the Greeks and Y5 WW2 experience. (Apologies for typo last week which said WW1)

Friday 21 March - Year 5 ‘Lads and Dads Books and Bushcraft’ after school event.

“The smell of new mown grass” edition


Tuesday 25 March - Joint Junior Concert 7pm

Reception to the Girls site for a visit from Firefighters 2pm.

Thursday 27 March – Reception visit to Bucklebury Farm. Letter went out in boy post this week.

Saturday 10th May - Claires Court Hollywood Ball. There has been a fantastic response for our Ball with just a few remaining tables for this fabulous event. Reserve your table asap to avoid disappointment via the PTA website or send them an email.


Next week Speech and Drama lessons will be on Friday just for this one day.

Some boys are not signing in their mobile phones in the morning when they arrive in the morning. We cannot be responsible for theft or damage to any item not signed in.

Boys must hand in mobile phones to the office for safe keeping.


We would like to remind all parents and visitors that dogs must remain in cars and are not allowed on the School grounds. Thank you for your cooperation.


Our Rabbit winners this week are, Jack Terry, RG and Oliver Lythgoe, 6G both boys who consistently follow 'Our Golden Rules', being helpful, thoughtful and considerate of others. Jack also has an excellent attitude to his work, always giving of his best and Oliver was particularly helpful last Friday in assisting Mrs Davies for World Book Day. Well done Jack and Oliver.

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