Head's Words Summer Term Week 7
Another half term has passed us by in a blink of an eye; the girls have achieved so much and experienced many different things.
At the end of last week, Year 4 enjoyed their annual Outward Bound trip in which they experienced sailing and canoeing (for as long as they stayed in the boat that is!) and camping out overnight. This week Year 5 took a trip back in time to the 1940s. The girls joined the boys at Bushey for a forties experience. They had fun, learned a lot and Miss Pelizzari and Miss Foster were put in the corner by the very strict teacher! Reception and Year 1 took a trip to the post box to post their postcards from their trip Bucklebury Farm last week. Year 3 have been growing chives, making quiches and learning about healthy eating and growing plants. (I’m sure we can provide the recipe as I have heard they were delicious!)
We are set to have a very busy last half term of the academic year what with Sports Day, the Lower Junior Swimming Gala, Prize Giving, Moving Up Morning, Summer Fete and much much more!
Highlights for the week after half term
ISA Athletics - team sheets and details have been given to those girls representing the Claires Court.
8:45am Class Reps Meeting
3:20pm U12 Knight Frank Athletics competitions - team sheets and details have been given to those girls representing the Claires Court.
Mog the Cat visiting Lower Juniors
Year 5 are off to Windsor to celebrate the Queen’s 90th Birthday Tea Party. Mr Wilding will be sending letters to all Year 5 parents once the arrangements for the day have been confirmed.
Merit Certificates: Charlotte Burfitt (Reception), Anaiyah Ingoldsby (Year 1), Sophia Vysata (Year 2), Bailey Hunt (Year 3), (Year 4), Matilda Greenwood, Samaira Jena & Temiloluwa Odesanya (Year 5) and Chloe Coghlan & Pippa Wrench-Edwards (Year 6).
Bunny Award: Dara Oladoyinbo (Year 2) for being kind and helpful, and Anna Paul (Year 5) for being kind and helpful too!
Mathlete of the Week: Aniayah Ingoldsby
Egg-cellent Reader of the Week: Matilda Brewer-Curran
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