Monthly Archives: September 2015

Getting ready for winter

Some of our Year 7 boys went to explore the allotment. They saw the winter salad selection of plug plants we have just received from Rocket Gardens. These plants are going into the allotment next week, when the Eco Committee...

Pre-Prep Wraps

Our new Pre-Preparatory School is now in full swing with the pupils (boys and girls) enjoying the Lockers life to the full. Each afternoon when the official school day comes to an end a number of the pupils stay on...

Poetry Assembly

Over the last few years we’ve held a Poetry Recital Competition in the Autumn term. As a prelude to this, we encourage the boys to learn a poem off by heart. We then use our assemblies to get the boys...

Ivinghoe Beacon

When most people think of Hemel Hempstead they think of a New Town. Of course they are right, but Hemel Hempstead also has a history. You can go into St Mary’s Church in the Old Town and see graffiti scratched...

Shrewsbury Sixes

It was an early start and a late return – Shrewsbury is a LONG way from Lockers. but each year we take our Colts A and 1st team to take part in the Shrewsbury Sixes. Both teams did very well,...

Scone Making

At Lockers we really do believe in an all round education. Staff use their own skills to do interesting things. This morning Mrs Sims was on duty – she really likes cooking, so it seemed like the obvious choice for...

Pre-Prep Official Opening

The launch ceremony saw the Pre-Prep opened by the High Sheriff of Hertfordshire and Lockers Park Old Boy, Jonathan Trower, who unveiled a commemorative plaque. He comments: “Returning to Lockers Park brings back many happy memories. I was honoured to...

Cub Fires

This term we have seen a huge number of new Cubs join our pack, bringing us to the largest size we have been since we started. I always like to do an activity, on the first night,that allows the Cubs...

U9s v Manor Lodge

It is always with some trepidation that you approach the first match of the season, particularly when you coach the U9s. Many of the boys have little experience of football and those that do are used to playing for club...