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Senior Boys News

February 2017

  • Rowers Receive The PTA Award

    Published 27/02/17

    At the PTA AGM, the achievements were recognised of the quad who won the Fawley Challenge Cup at Henley Royal Regatta last summer.  Finlay Gronmark, Oliver Costley were both able to be present together with their mothers and Mrs Jane Wood, mother of Jonathan Cameron to receive their PTA plaques and accolades.  Unfortunately Alex Richardson was unable to join the presentation to see his efforts recognised.

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  • Aiming High and Succeeding

    Published 13/02/17

    The DfE recently published its A Level performance tables and we are delighted to announce that it placed Claires Court Sixth Form at number 100 out of 4380 schools - that is inside the top 2.3% of all Sixth Form schools and colleges, looking at the progress students have made between the end of Key Stage 4 and the end of their A Level studies. This also ranks us as the top performing Sixth Form in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.

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  • Not for the Faint Hearted

    Published 10/02/17

    As part of the Year 9 Biology topic: the nervous system, boys are required to study the brain. The boys worked in small groups to dissect a brain whilst identifying key areas.

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  • Exploring a World of Art

    Published 09/02/17

    Claires Court Year 10 girls and boys travelled to the Tate Britain in London as part of their GCSE course and their topic ' My World'.

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  • Hearing the Horrors of the Holocaust

    Published 03/02/17

    On Tuesday 31 January, Year 9 pupils at Claires Court Senior Boys heard testimony from Holocaust survivor, Rudi Oppenheimer, as part of a visit organised by the Holocaust Educational Trust (HET).

    The testimony was followed by a question and answer session to enable students to better understand the nature of the Holocaust and to explore its lessons in more depth. The visit is part of the Holocaust Educational Trust’s extensive all year round Outreach Programme, which is available to schools across the UK.

    Rudi was born in 1931 in Berlin and lived there with his parents and his older brother Paul until he was four years old. In 1936, to escape increasing Nazi persecution, the Oppenheimer’s managed to move to Holland. Before they moved to Heemstede in Holland, Rudi lived for six months in Britain with his mother and brother. It was here that his sister, Eve, was born.

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