Monthly Archives: December 2018

Prize Giving

At Lockers Park we have a Prize Giving every term – this time it was an internal one, with no guest speaker. During his speech Mr Wilson our Headmaster reflected on the term,  concentrating on the 100th anniversary of the...

Table Tennis Finals

Playing to a packed audience our Junior and Senior table tennis finals took place today. In both competitions it was a very close thing. Congratulations to Eesa who beat Bailey and to Essen who got the better of Toby. (You...

Christmas Lunch

You really know the end of term is nigh when the Christmas Lunch is served. As ever, it was delicious – turkey with all the trimmings, plus the vegetarian and halal options. It really set the day up for a...

Magic Sticks

Today our Nature and the Environment lesson was all about team work – hence Magic Sticks. To be successful each team had to work together. They had to think about what they were doing, follow instructions and act in a...

Christmas Card Competition

At Lockers Park we have some really talented artists. Each year we have a Christmas Card competition. This Year it was open to Years 5-8. The winning card becomes the official Lockers Park Christmas Card which is sent by the...

Swimming Success

Sunday’s Alan Doyle Memorial Sprint Meet took place at Hemel Sports Centre pool. 11 clubs and hundreds of swimmers attended in memory of former Head Coach Alan Doyle, a loved figure in swimming regionally and beyond, who died suddenly this...

Boarders Christmas Party

Christmas has certainly come to Lockers Park with the FoLP Christmas Fayre setting the tone for the rest of term. Our boarders had an action packed day on Sunday with a visit to the pantomime in Milton Keynes. They came...

FoLP Christmas Fayre

The Friends of Lockers Park Christmas Fayre had something for everyone. The most popular stall for the children was the Jazzy Jars stall – jars full of sweets to be won IF you pulled out the lucky number – with...

Wind in the Willows

The Junior play this year is Wind in the Willows and all 63 pupils in the Junior Department are taking part. The play is a mixture of acting, singing and dancing and is loosely based on Kenneth Grahame’s classic story....