Monthly Archives: March 2017

Sponsored Walk

The last event of a very busy Spring Term was our Sponsored Walk. This year the money raised is being split between two local children’s causes – The Pepper Foundation and The Collett School. It was great to have The...

Lockers Got Talent!

This is the eighth time we have had a Lockers Got Talent and it gets better every year. As ever the range of “talents” on offer was very wide ranging – from a magic card trick, to juggling, from classical...

Collett School Assembly

Tomorrow we end the term with a sponsored walk. This year we are splitting the funds between two local good causes that both work with children – The Pepper Foundation and Collett School. To day we had two visitors, Gillian...

Set Football Final

The competition was fierce and every shot really counted, but in the end the Set Football final between Beatty and Kitchener was decided by a penalty shoot out. This is a competition that REALLY matters to those who take part...

Outdoor Music

If you were to visit Lockers at the moment and were to walk in our grounds you would be really struck by the amount of bird song you would hear. The chiffchaffs have just returned and it won’t be too...

Set Debate

Debating is a skill that is really valued at Lockers Park. The Set Debate happens annually, where two members of each Set debate topical issues. Today the subjects were: “Should Scotland stay in the UK?”, “Do the Press always make...

Harry Potter World

Just a few miles away from our own magical school is Harry Potter World. Our boarders had an action packed last Sunday of term, Easter Egg hunting in the morning and then going to Harry Potter World in the afternoon....

Bergen-Belsen

Bergen-Belsen – the name alone makes many people shudder, especially if they are of an age where their generation was directly involved. For the current generation it is difficult for them to imagine the horrors that took place in that...

Scott Gowing Memorial Match

In 2011 our Head of Sport, Scott Gowing, passed away at far too early an age. Scott was an inspirational teacher and passionate about sport. His favourite games were football and cricket, though he also took his skiing very seriously....