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Weekly Words from Mr Wilding

Every week the Bulletin newsletter is sent home from the School Office highlighting important forthcoming dates and events, along with comments from Mr Wilding about the week gone by. Read below recent messages from the Head's desk.

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  • Mr Wilding’s Words Lent 6

    Published 15/02/19, by Amy Hewitt

    I am delighted to report that the first six weeks of my return to headship has been brilliantly supported by the boys, parents and staff here at Senior Boys.

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  • Mr Wilding’s Words Lent 5

    Published 08/02/19, by Amy Hewitt

    Thanks so much to the many boys and families that took the opportunity last Friday to take advantage of the snow AND respond to my Snowman challenge. The showreel of the Snowmen submitted for consideration for award can be found here -  The winners are.....

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  • Mr Wilding’s Words Lent 4

    Published 01/02/19, by Amy Hewitt

    Year 7 boys had their first day ‘show day’ on Open Morning this Wednesday; they made an incredibly good job of showing around 30+ sets of visitors, who complimented them on their knowledge, their humour and their positive passion for their school. Thanks boys - you made us #ccproud.  

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  • Mr Wilding’s Words Lent 3

    Published 25/01/19, by Amy Hewitt

    This week has rather been split by the 'snow day' on Wednesday. With 60% of our boys coming in by school coaches, many from the heavily affected areas in Buckinghamshire, it became quite obvious on Tuesday night just how late an arrival home many would have.

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  • Mr Wilding’s Words Lent 2

    Published 18/01/19, by Amy Hewitt

    Week 2 in school has been an absolute delight, partly because I have been able to meet a lot more of the boys around and about, as well as more formally for Year 8 with their mums and dads at their Parents’ Evening on Wednesday.

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  • Mr Wilding’s Words Lent 1

    Published 11/01/19, by Amy Hewitt

    Welcome back, one and all at Senior Boys, to our Lent term 2019. As I hope your sons have reported back in person, we have really got going straight away, and by the time you read this, a truly productive three days has been had by all. The boys have greeted me with a combination of ‘open arms’ plus ‘wry amusement’. Said one Year 11 pupil, “Why on earth have you come back in to headship, Sir - weren't you enjoying your retirement?”

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  • Mr Rayer’s Words Autumn 13

    Published 13/12/18, by Amy Hewitt

    My main message to the boys at our assembly on Monday was a quote from Garry Herbert, as he steered the Searle brothers to Olympic Gold at Barcelona: “If not now, when! If not you, who!” A reminder that we need to take all the opportunities offered to us.

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  • Mr Rayer’s Words Autumn 12

    Published 07/12/18, by Amy Hewitt

    The last Saturday for rugby saw a very successful morning with good results across the board. My thanks to the boys and staff for their efforts this season and the parents for their wonderful support.

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  • Mr Rayer’s Words Autumn 11

    Published 30/11/18, by Amy Hewitt

    My thanks to Mrs Cherie Levi (one of our School Nurses) who led the assembly on Monday.  The sharing of her experiences with ActionAid working in Rwanda was thought provoking and engaged the boys.

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  • Mr Rayer’s Words Autumn 10

    Published 23/11/18, by Amy Hewitt

    Well done to Year 9, the feedback I have had from Linda Greetham who ran the Study Skills workshops on Monday and Tuesday was excellent. The boys (and girls) were all engaged, polite and hard working.

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  • Mr Rayer’s Words Autumn 9

    Published 16/11/18, by Amy Hewitt

    My thanks to Rachel Williams our school councillor who gave the assembly on Monday with the theme of 'Kindness'.  This linked very well with the Year 11 led assembly on Thursday where the focus was on 'Anti Bullying'; a very good presentation.

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  • Mr Rayer's Words Autumn 8

    Published 09/11/18, by Amy Hewitt

    I am very happy to report that all of the trips and training events that were undertaken over the half term were very successful, even with the cyclone across Lake Garda that the boys tell me was very impressive.

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