Assembly 16.6.16

16 June 2016

Question of the Week

Is it ever possible to have a fair race?

E. McDonald wins this week with his answer: "No, because everyone's bodies and skills are slightly different, giving one contestant an edge over another. As well as this, whoever wants the prize more will train harder, therefore giving them an advantage over everyone else."

Music Exam Results

Mr Wild congratulated those boys who have recently taken music exams. D. Boardman was the only boy to gain a distinction in his exam, Grade 1 Piano. He performed two of his exam pieces to the school during assembly. Well done!

To see the full list of results, click here.

Cricket Fixture Results

There have been many fixtures this week in spite of school exams and the weather. Click here to see all of the recent results.

The following boys were awarded cricket balls:

O. Morris - For taking 4 wickets with 4 balls.

S. Wardlaw - For bowling 5 people out in one match.

Rugby Colours Cap

W. Petschek was awarded rugby colours for his achievements in this year's rugby season.

Athletics Fixture Results

The Caldicott athletics squad are having an excellent season so far. Mr Hunt gave some feedback about their recent successes at Radley, the IAPS Regional Athletics Championships and Tonbridge. Click on the links to find out more about each event.

The boys who won their events at the regional competition will be going on to a national competition later in the term. Keep up the good work!

Highly Commendeds and Superstars





C. Noble



Star of the Week

A. Pym

Highly Commended


Excellent descriptive writing piece

C. Noble

Highly Commended


Excellent fun fair description

T. Blythe

Highly Commended


Fantastic creative writing