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  • Juniors Fright Night Disco

    Published 20/10/17

    Calling all Junior Boys and Girls to come along to the PTA Fright Night Disco, Friday 10 November. As well as lots of games and a fun filled disco, there will be a fancy dress competition... so make sure you come in your best (and scariest) halloween outfit!

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  • Reception Halloween Party

    Published 20/10/17

    Ghoulish spirits were high when the Reception Boys came to join the Reception Girls for a Halloween party.

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  • U13 Rugby Team Have a New Title

    Published 20/10/17

    Claires Court U13 emphatically underlined their status as Berkshire’s premier rugby team at their age group at the Berkshire Festival on Thursday. Finishing the day with a playing record of six wins from six matches, scoring forty one tries and conceding just one in the process. The tournament’s format was two pool stages, the first drawn at random followed by a second round of seeded pools based on results. Claires Court A team made light work of their first group winning their matches 50-0, 30-0 and 35-0 against Parkhouse, Desborough College and Denfield respectively.

    Not to be out done, Claires Court B team came out victorious in all three of their initial group matches beating Sandhurst (15-10), Bohunt (20-0) and Theale Green (20-5). In the draw for the second group stage Claires Court B missed out on the top pool due to an inferior points difference, although they were still to face stiff opposition in the form of Reading Blue Coat A team, Kennet and Maiden Erlegh. Refusing to back away from the challenge the B team performed heroically beating Maiden Erlegh 20-5 in their group opener. Unfortunately by this time injuries and fatigue were beginning to take their toll on the squad. Despite never giving in Kennet School (10-0) and Reading Blue Coat A team (20-0) proved too strong in their final two matches leaving the boys with a 7th placed finish which is an outstanding effort in an A team festival.  

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  • Creative Workshops Held by Author

    Published 20/10/17

    Award winning author Ali Sparkes visited Senior Boys and Senior Girls to launch the first of her creative writing workshops for Year 8. A hugely successful and popular author herself, she shared her experiences and top tips to unlock the creative writer in all our pupils.

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  • Ghost Stories at Hampton Court

    Published 20/10/17

    Year 4 boys and girls had a wonderful trip to Hampton Court on Wednesday. They were very lucky to have an experienced guide, Sophie, to show them around.

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  • Junior Boys Pupil Voice Election

    Published 17/10/17

    Meet the Junior Boys Pupil Voice Council Class Representatives. Over the last two weeks every class at Junior Boys has been experiencing democracy in action. All pupils were given the opportunity to put themselves forward to be a Pupil Voice Council Class Representative. Pupils in Key Stage 2 were asked to give a speech about why they thought they would be a good representative for their class and after the speeches pupils took part in a ballot voting process. Pictured are the elected Pupil Voice Council Class Representatives.

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  • Fireworks Family Fun

    Published 17/10/17

    Saturday saw the Junior Boys grounds filled on a balmy evening with crowds of families meeting to enjoy a fun filled Fireworks evening along with much entertainment.  The stalls run both by the pupils and the PTA (with the support of School staff) were all busy whilst the bar, run by Senior Boys’ staff and parents did a roaring trade.  PTA members from Junior Boys were kept busy on the barbecue serving up burgers and hot dogs cooked and transported to the marquee by the kitchen staff.

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  • Tortoises Visit Nursery

    Published 16/10/17

    Nursery Playing VetsThis week Junior Girls pupil, Bluebell, very kindly brought in her pet tortoise Tiny Tinsel for the Nursery to see. Shelley, the Reception girls class tortoise also visited at the same time.

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  • The Unforgettables

    Published 16/10/17

    The Senior and Sixth Form pupils invite you to this year's performance 'The Unforgettables', the music, dance and entertainment show with 'notes on yesteryear'.

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  • ISA Regional Art Winners

    Published 13/10/17

    Stunning and creative artwork by Claires Court pupils impressed the judges at the recent ISA London West Region Art Exhibition and Competition, with several pieces picking up awards.

    Held at Norden Farm on Tuesday 3 October the exhibition displayed artwork from over twenty five independent schools from around the London and South West region, with age groups ranging from Reception Years to Sixth Form. Pieces on display consisted of paintings, drawings, 3D work, textiles, photography, fashion design, computer animation and sketchbooks.

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  • Apprenticeships Opportunities for Sixth Form

    Published 13/10/17

    Ellie and Ibby from AIM Apprenticeships came to speak to the Sixth Form in assembly today to talk about the opportunities available in the many companies who now provide apprenticeships. In a recent YouGov survey, less than 1 in 12 students reported that they had been advised to consider a work based apprenticeship after leaving school.

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  • Berkshire Chess County Trials

    Published 13/10/17

    Claires Court hosted the Berkshire Junior Chess County Trials in the sports' hall on Saturday 7 October and Mr Hogg was delighted to see so many Claires Court boys stepping up to compete.

    Nayan Popat, Sam Jeffery, Josh Sharma, Aaran Hitschmann, Joshua Spanswick, Moksha Suriarachchi and Tavish Gangwani all took part and helped to make Claires Court the most represented school at the tournament.

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