The glorious sunshine has certainly given us all a jaunty and spritely spring in our step this week. It has been wonderful to see the boys playing across the years on the lawn and climbing frame, and taking risks climbing trees at break time.
Thank you to all for their support of this year's charity work. Whilst individual sections and year groups have their own local charity in mind, our international focus is on Aid for Ukraine refugees.
We are specifically asking in addition this week for Thermos Flasks and warm adult boot socks, to help those without power and heat stay warm.
The United Reform Church will be at Senior Boys every day for the next week so that new products can be brought into school and dropped to them directly. Their next lorry is going to help people who are resettling so the list is different.
THERMOS FLASKS AND WARM ADULT BOOTS
New women's underwear S M L XL
New children's underwear 7-8, 8-9, 10-11, 12-13, 13-14
Women's socks 37-40, children's socks from 31 - 36
REMINDER No Activities (inc Study) & Early Coaches only w/c 4 April
Please note that early buses are in operation during the last week of term. Buses will depart at 4pm from Junior Boys, with school transport leaving Senior Girls at 4.15pm and onward bound buses at 4.30pm from Senior Boys.
There are NO after school activities (including study) available during the last week of term. If your child needs care after 4pm please ensure that you have booked them into After School Care at the College site (please note that this is chargeable) via the Report Portal. We need this information for transport and staffing purposes. There will be no After School Care on the last day of term.
If not collected by 3.50pm, Junior Boys will get the early coach to College Avenue at 4pm.
Thursday 7 April - The last day of the Lent term is a full school day.
There will be no After School Care on the last day of term.
The Summer Term activities are now available online for pupils and parents to view using the following link: https://activities.clairescourt.net/ Sign up for these activities will be on Monday 28 March from 10.30am.
Artist of the Week
A variety of art activities took place this week across the year groups from painting with scissors, designing wrapper bars, clay mobiles, designing Easter eggs, looking at sculptures and following a daily routine storyboard. Please click here to view our gallery of this week’s artists.
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