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  • Celebrating A Level Results 2017

    Published 17/08/17

    Claires Court are celebrating another year of fantastic results.  The broad ability cohort not only secured success at A Level with a 97.9% pass rate but saw high achievement at BTEC qualifications too.  

    RESULTS 2017

    Number of A Level and Level 3 BTEC candidates 67
    Pass Rates  
    A* - E 97.9%
    A* 4.7%
    A/ A* 22.5%
    A* - B 42.4%
    A* - C 71.2%
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  • Rain Could Not Stop Play...

    Published 11/08/17

    Or the fun, cooking, tricks, sport, photography.... as it has been an action packed week for the children at Holiday Activities even though there was some of the wettest weather this summer.

    The girls and boys continued their travels with a journey across Asia. Their worldwide adventure took them to the home of pagodas and pandas, samurai and secret ninjas! They learnt the traditional Indian game ‘Kho Kho’, developed their origami skills creating frogs and aeroplanes and took the Secret Ninja Challenge!

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  • Australia and British Cycling Week

    Published 04/08/17

    Despite the rain clouds Holiday Activities has been bursting with fun…

    Spa Salon has been a hit with beach accessories and body scrub made by the group and their giant ball has been used for lots of games and activities which is a BIG hit with the children. Thursday a new creation was added to our Cardboard City, Sydney Opera House, can you spot the likeness?

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  • Is our Safe in the Sun Song a Winner?

    Published 28/07/17

    Holiday Activities were delighted to welcome students from the local area that are participating in the National Citizen Service Scheme. National Citizen Service (NCS) is for young people aged 15 to 17 years-old who embark on exhilarating challenges and enable them to build skills for work and life.

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  • Local Bands Join Junior Boys Music Day

    Published 19/07/17

    The Claires Court Junior Boys Music Workshop Day on Thursday 13 July was a resounding success and an amazing experience for the boys in Year 2 and above. Mr Rowan, Director of Music and ICT organised event and invited a range of musicians to deliver exciting workshops and practical sessions.

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  • Pre-prep 'Food, Glorious Food!' Concert

    Published 19/07/17

    Summer again and time to decide the Pre-Prep concert 'theme'. Never an easy decision but this year the Junior Boys were lucky enough to have the support of a new music teacher, Mrs Emma Stevenson, who suggested Food. A topic always close to a small (or even a big) boys' heart!

    Rehearsals went well and the boys sang about 'Soggy Greens' and ‘Ice Cream Dreams’. Reception sang about 'Ten Fat Sausages' banging and popping as they went. Year 1 sang a 'Chinese Fruit Song' and the only word anyone understood was .....'mango'! Year 2 raided 'The Quartermaster's Stores' and then sang 'What did you have for Dinner Today?' in a round which had the teachers all holding their breath, tapping their toes and hoping they all arrived at the right time in the right place!!

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  • Goodbye Mr Bevis

    Published 18/07/17

    After six years as Head Teacher of Senior Girls and the College Avenue site, Mr Paul Bevis had a wonderful send off from staff, pupils and parents on his last school day. During a special assembly the Reception class presented their own tribute to him in the form of a short video you can see below.

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  • From the Academic Principal

    Published 14/07/17

    End of Summer Term letter from James Wilding, Academic Principal.

     I am told that our nation’s favourite poem is Rudyard Kipling’s ‘If’. In my mind, this is a celebration on reaching maturity, a coming of age for ‘grown-ups’! It’s one thing to reach the statutory age of maturity, be that 16, 18, 21 or indeed 25, but that’s no guarantee that ‘common sense’ has arrived, or that ‘shoulders are broad enough to carry the load’.

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  • Senior Activity Week 2017

    Published 14/07/17

    Activity Week 2017 ran from Monday 10 July - Thursday 11 July and was enjoyed by boys and girls from Year 7 to Year 10. The week aimed to further instill our Claires Court values and essentials such as responsibility, collaboration and risk-taking.

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  • Junior Boys Concert and Prize-Giving 2017

    Published 14/07/17

    To round the year off and end on a high, Junior Boys held their Concert and Prize Giving with a very special guest, former pupil and Headmaster of Godstowe Mr David Gainer.

    The performance by the Year 3 to 6 boys in was called Porridge by Craig Hawes, and was well put together and organised by Drama Teacher Ms Jan Icke and Music Teacher Mr Chris Rowan.

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  • Year 12 Finish the Year Sailing

    Published 14/07/17

    Year 12 and their form tutors enjoyed a fun day at Summerleaze lake sailing and kayaking.

    Very few managed to avoid getting wet and all enjoyed a fabulous barbecue cooked by the staff. The purpose of the day was to celebrate the end of a challenging but enjoyable academic year and all agreed that they did just that.

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  • Junior Girls Prize-Giving 2017

    Published 14/07/17

    At the Claires Court Junior Girls Prize Giving Ceremony on Thursday 13 July, the pupils were delighted to welcome Dame Katherine Grainger as their guest of honour.

    After performances by each of the year groups, the most decorated GB female Olympian gave an inspirational speech to the girls.  She spoke of the importance of challenging themselves and setting goals, and believing that they can achieve.  Dame Katherine encouraged the girls to take every opportunity and told them that school is all about opportunities, she said, “You must try everything so you can find out for yourself something you are good at.” Dame Katherine then showed the audience her huge London Olympic Gold Medal and told of how it wasn’t until she was 17 and at university that she had the chance to try rowing.

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