Monthly Archives: October 2015

Jungle Jo

Jungle Jo once again brought her menagerie of animals to school, something the boys look forward to each year. As well as telling the boys a little bit about each animal she also encouraged them to handle most of them....

A8M Agincourt Assembly

Each form in the school is encouraged to present an assembly. Today it was the turn of A8M. As this is Mr Moubray’s form it was no surprise that theme was an historical one. 600 hundred years ago Henry V...

Fairy Houses

For the first time this term our Nature and the Environment lesson for the Pre Prep boys and girls has been wet. Today the children were building Fairy Homes. They had quite a challenge as they had to try and...

Harvest Service

Today, Michael Macey, the Vicar of St John’s Church, Boxmoor, visited the school to take part in our Harvest Service. He gave a wonderful example, using apples and torn paper, to show how unfair food distribution is in the world....

Football Golf

Little Hay Golf Course was the venue for a new activity at Lockers – football golf. I suppose if you aren’t very good at or if you are new to golf, the idea of kicking a larger ball around a...

Autumn Allotment

You might think autumn is a time when nothing happens on the allotment, but this would be far from the truth. Our Eco-Committee has been hard at work clearing the summer growth and preparing the ground for new crops. Several...

U11 Set Football

On a fine autumn afternoon all of our (fit!) U11s competed in their Set Football competition. There was some fine football played, but in a very close final, Kitchener won on penalties. Well done Kitchener! Thank you Mr Doyle for...

Year 4 Geography

Our year 4s have been studying our local area using Ordnance Survey maps. Today they went down to St John’s Church to see what the map looked like in real life. They did a variety of surveys: land use, a...