Monthly Archives: April 2019

Geography Fieldwork at Ivinghoe Beacon

Lockers Park is very close to the National Trust’s Ashridge Estate. Part of this estate is Ivinghoe Beacon, a very popular landmark with fantastic views. Our Year 7 geographers are studying the impact of humans on the environment at the...

B6D Assembly

This morning B6D led the assembly, which appropriately for the summer term was about cricket. This is Mr Dawes’s second passion (the first being fishing) and the pupils spoke about some of the cricketers most admired by Mr Dawes. 3...

How clean are you?

Our Year 6 pupils are investigating microorganisms in science. Today they were trying to see how clean their bodies were. They took swabs from their armpits, toes and from their mouths and wiped these over some prepared agar plates. I’m...

New Life

One of the exciting things about the summer term is all the new life around us. You cannot fail to be impressed by the wisteria next to the Head Master’s study a fantastic display of flowers and a wonderful fragrance....

1st Day of Term

The summer term started with a fantastic feeling in the school. The grounds looked fresh with all the new growth and the children seemed to settle in very quickly. After Chapel and a Form Period we had an assembly where...

Ski Trip

Sunday 31st March: Earlier in the week the rumour started to spread that there was no snow in Sauze d’Oulx, Italy. The ski trip looked like it might turn into a hiking trip. Luckily these rumours turned out to be...