Monthly Archives: February 2017

South Africa Cricket Tour

The touring party landed safely in Cape Town this morning (Thursday) and didn’t waste any time getting onto the cricket field. Their first match was against Kleinmond and they had their first victory of the tour with a 5 wicket...

U9s v Manor Lodge

In freezing conditions (small flakes of snow were falling) the U9s took on Manor Lodge in two exciting games. The B team lost 11-13, but the A team were really on form, scoring 13 tries to 2. As with all...

Year 7 visit St Francis

As part of their Religious Studies, Mr Moubray took the Year 7s to St Francis Church, Boxmoor. This church is the closest church to the school and is one of the smallest churches in Hemel Hempstead. Reverend Michael Macey showed...

Rugby v Westbrook Hay

The rugby season is now well under way with most teams having played fixtures. Today it was the turn of the U10 A & B and the U11 A & B teams. Again, there was some excellent rugby played –...

Year 3 Science

At Lockers we really try hard to make our Science lessons practical. Mrs Roberts and Year 3 have been investigating air resistance. Each group made three parachutes 10cm square, 20cm square and 30cm square. They then had to see which...

Pangbourne Performance Poetry Day

Four of our Year 5 boys were invited to take part in the Pangbourne Performance Poetry Day – there were 7 other schools taking part. After an initial warm up activity where the children introduced themselves by making a sound...

Saracens v Leicester Tigers

Our Boarders are very lucky young men as they are given so many opportunities to do things – it also helps that we are near so many fantastic venues. Yesterday Mr Doodson and Mrs Sims took the Boarders to watch...

London Schools Concert

The London Schools Concert, organised by The Children’s Trust offers some of London’s top schools the opportunity to take part in a concert in St John’s, Smith Square, London – a fantastic venue for a concert. Lockers isn’t really a...

The Great Boarders Bake Off

There is something about boys and food …. especially if they make it themselves. Yesterday, Faye, our Saturday Chef, decided she would like some help. The Boarders made their own suppers, closely watched by Mrs Miller and Mr Erskine-Naylor. On...

The Dark Tower

Dark Tower. What on earth is it and why to the boys get so excited? In brief, it is a wide game held in the school grounds in the dark, and last night the rain. Two teams – Army and...