Miss Barlow's Words Autumn Term Week 12
Another term passes by, and wow what a busy term it has been. (I know I say it every term…!) The girls have achieved so much in the classroom and experienced so much outside of the classroom, including: ISA Swimming, Young Voices at the Royal Albert Hall, Christmas Tree Decorating at St Luke's, Hampton Court, Living Rainforest, Stubbings Memorial, residential trips to Marchant’s Hill & Osmington Bay, Netball Tour to Newquay, Pantomime at the Theatre Royal, Maidenhead and Me Art Competition, Christmas Productions, and not to mention numerous netball and hockey matches.
Each class has enjoyed a new topic this term and produced some exceptional work both in School and at home. Seeing the girls take ownership of their learning, and really run with an area which they are interested in has been fantastic.
This week, the choir travelled to London to sing at the Clic Sargent, Young Voices event at the Royal Albert Hall. The girls and boys had a long day rehearsing and performing, but did themselves, their families and Claires Court proud! What an enormously uplifting, unforgettable and truly magnificent event this was. Well done and thank you to everyone involved!
A few snaps from the panto!
Next week we will be exhibiting the homework projects in the chapel; a fantastic way to showcase the girls’ hard work and creativity! Please come and see their work during any of the following time slots:
Monday 4pm -4:30pm
Tuesday 8:15am - 8:45am
Tuesday 4pm - 4:30pm
U11B Hockey vs St Mary's - Lost 1-0 (Player of the Match Amelia Dixon)
All that is left for me to say is, I hope you have a wonderful Christmas and I look forward to seeing you all in the New Year.
PS The girls can wear their Christmas jumpers on the last day of term.
Merit Certificates: Sophia Lyne (Reception), Joanna Dunton, Leona Lewis & Natalija Weir (Year 1), Lucy Philp (Year 2), Matilda Brewer-Curran (Year 3), Emily Terry (Year 4) Violaine Corley (Year 5) and Georgina Hellmuth & Anna Paul (Year 6)
Bunny Awards: Kim Hill (Year 1 ) for looking after her friend, and Beth Aranaz & Anya Howard (Year 5) for helping a friend who was unwell
Mathlete of the Week: Amelia Dixon
Egg-cellent Reader of the Week: Ava Constable
Winning House: St Ignatius
Other awards handed out in Assembly:
Violin Grade 2 with Merit to: Shraddha Kumar
Judo Gradings to: Saira Duncombe
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