Monthly Archives: November 2018

Could you be a donor?

Yesterday something rather special happened. Rupert met Billy for the first time. It was a very emotional meeting and it was filmed by the BBC. If you’ve followed our News posts you will be aware that Rupert received a bone...

Year 3 visit St Albans Abbey

Each year Lockers Park organises trips to local places of worship. We really try hard to encourage the pupils to know about and understand different faiths and to be tolerant of others beliefs. Today our Year 3’s went to St...

Table Tennis v Edge Grove

The one thing that you can guarantee if you visit Lockers Park is that if the pupils have free time someone will be playing table tennis. In fact we’ve got a bit of a reputation at Senior Schools – they...

1st XI v Westbrook Hay

It is always a bit scary when you are playing against National Champions  and our players were certainly feeling a bit nervous about taking on Westbrook Hay this morning as they are the U13 National Prep School Champions. Once on...

Blindfolds

It seemed appropriate in Anti-Bullying Week to think about what life would be like if we were disabled. Our Year 1 & 2 pupils started by listening and looking very carefully to what was around them. After a bit of...

Anti-Bullying Week

Like most schools in the country Lockers Park is taking part in Anti-Bullying Week. Today the pupils wore odd socks to school, a way of showing that we are all different and that is all right. Actually at Lockers Park...

Remembrance Sunday in London

Each Remembrance Sunday Mr Moubray takes a group of boys into London. They start the day with a service in The Guards Chapel (Mr Moubray was in The Coldstream Guards) before they watch those parading to The Cenotaph. After a...

Remembrance Day

This is a rather special year – the 100th anniversary of the ending the 1st World War, a war in which we saw so many of our Old Boys perish. Today we remembered those who died in the conflict. Harry,...