Monthly Archives: May 2015

S’mores

S'mores

Some of you might wonder what on earth s’mores means. Obviously you are not in the Scouting or Guide movement! S’mores stands for “some more please”. For those of you who enjoy making fires, you might also like toasting marshmallows....

Impromptu Concert

One of the things that I first noticed when I started working at Lockers was the music. It didn’t really matter what time of day I was walking around the school, I’d hear music being played. It was, of course,...

Boarders Kite Flying

Boarders Kite Flying

As Lockers Park is a boarding school, we have boys present 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Not all of them can play for the 1st XI, so each Saturday and Sunday we have to lay on activities....

1st XI v Edgegrove

1st XI v Edgegrove

In the Summer term cricket dominates the sporting scene at Lockers. Each break the nets are full of boys aiming to improve, each aiming ultimately to end up playing for the 1st team. In a competitive match, our 1sts were...

Salters Chemistry Challenge

Salters Chemistry Challenge

Each year Mrs Dungworth takes a group of Year 8 boys to London for the Salters Chemistry Challenge. It is an amazing opportunity for boys to challenge themselves in some of the best facilities there are. The boys returned to...

Chestnuts Environmental Art

Chestnuts Environmental Art

When you have such fantastic grounds it is silly not to make the most of them. This is exactly what the Chestnuts did when Mrs Pizzey took them outside for art. Inspired by Andy Goldsworthy, they worked together to produce...

Chess Cup

Chess Cup

A Chess Club regularly runs as one of our Boarders Activities, but once a year we are incredibly lucky to have Steve Law visit us. Steve is a County Chess player and takes on a large group of boys in...