Mrs Heywood's Words Lent 11
Our Year 11 pupils delivered a heartfelt assembly about their time at Claires Court to the rest of Senior Girls last Friday.
I hope you’re all keeping safe and well. As we settle into the end of our first week of remote working, we appreciate that these are difficult and testing times for families as we strive to find our best way of working within the constraints of family units with many of you adjusting to and juggling a new world of distance teaching and learning. Please keep encouraging pupils to contact subject staff if they are finding it difficult to understand or follow instructions given via Google Classroom. The staff have been impressed with your attitude to this new way of working, and the quality of work being produced so well done and keep it up!
The last day of term was an extremely emotional day for all and particularly for our Year 11 pupils. I wish to thank Mrs Ruddick, Mrs Sahota, the pupils, tutors and senior staff who worked hard to create a special day for all; an opportunity to look back, to reminisce and to enjoy each other’s company. The day culminated in a final assembly, in the company of the pupil body, where all Year 11s were presented with a silver heart necklace, provided by our PTA, which symbolises the love and affection in which they have always been regarded, and the strong relationships between themselves.