Monthly Archives: September 2017

Conkers

At Lockers we are lucky enough to have several very well established horse chestnut trees. At this time of year they are very popular with the boys as they produce an abundance of conkers.  Mr Iqbal, in his Form Teacher’s...

Year 4 visit Verulamium

As part of their Roman topic the Year 4s went to Verulamium Museum. While they were there they handled Roman artefacts and learnt more about the Roman way of life in Britain. One of their favourite activities in the Museum...

Woodside Animal Farm

The Reception children took a trip to Woodside Animal Farm this morning as part of their ‘Farm’, topic. We managed to see lots of different animals and then got to feed some and hold some! The children’s behaviour was wonderful;...

A7D Unicorn assembly

This morning A7D entertained the school with a very enjoyable assembly all about unicorns. We learnt a huge amount about these mythical creatures. I think the most enjoyable scene was a fight between England (Lion) and Scotland (Unicorn). The actors,...

Year 6 Boarding Weekend

This weekend, the boys in Year 6 had to opportunity to try out boarding.  They had a lovely weekend with activities in the school grounds including archers.  It all finished off with ‘Takeaway Night’ (pizzas and a film), followed by...

Mini-beast Hotel

Each Monday morning our Year 1 & 2 pupils have a Nature & the Environment lesson. Today they were thinking about homes for the various animals that live at Lockers Park. Several of these animals hibernate over the winter and...

Jeans for Genes Day

You could hardly recognise the pupils at Lockers this morning because so many of them were not wearing their school uniform. Normally this would be frowned on but today it was a rather special charity day where they could wear...

U9s v Aldwickbury

It all gets very confusing, you go to Westbrook Hay but you don’t play them – instead the opposition is Aldwickbury. Actually it works well as neither we nor Westbrook Hay can field enough players so that every Year 4...

Harvest Service

Long gone are the days when our food was sourced locally. This was really brought home when Fr Benjamin Weitzmann, Curate at St John’s, Boxmoor, came to talk to us at our Harvest Service. Bananas from Costa Rica, lemons from...