Monthly Archives: May 2019

Athletics Quadrangular

At Lockers Park we are incredibly fortunate to have a top class athletics track just a mile away from the school. Each year we take this over for a Quadrangular Meet – this year against Edgegrove, Westbrook Hay and Aldwickbury....

Simultaneous Chess

Congratulations to James for winning the ‘best game’ prize in the annual chess simultaneous display against our expert coach, Mr Steve Law. Mr Law reckoned it to be one of, if not the most, impressive games he has played in...

Bird Watching

This is the time of year when you really appreciate the Lockers Park grounds, especially if you are a birdwatcher. Today our Year 1 & 2 pupils had a closer look at some of the birds nesting in our grounds....

C4P Assembly Star Wars v Marvel

All of our pupils stand on stage to deliver an assembly once a year (at least!). Today it was the turn of C4P who ignited the debate “Which is better – Star Wars or Marvel”. Each boy spoke about their...

On Safari!

As part of our ‘On Safari’ topic the children in Reception enjoyed a morning at the Tring Natural History Museum. The children thoroughly enjoyed looking at all the different animals and were so excited to see the animals we have...

SATIPS Ski Race

Skiing is becoming an integral part of life at Lockers Park. Each week up to 50 skiers head off to the Hemel Hempstead Ski Centre where they can ski on real snow. There is also an annual ski trip, which...

Uppingham Skills Day

Each year Mr Moubray takes a group of Year 5 pupils to Uppingham School where they have an annual skills day. This is a great opportunity for pupils to have a look at a Senior School and also to pick...

Practical Science

Our Year 7 pupils are studying plants at the moment. Today they established that plants store starch (made from the glucose they make by photosynthesis). They took a leaf and boiled it for 2 minutes to soften it, before immersing...

Sir Isaac?

Our bearded dragon may have a name – Sir Isaac. This hasn’t yet been decided but appears to be front runner at the moment. He is proving very popular with the pupils who love handling him – a much better...

Year 3 visit Verulamium

Our Year 3s have been studying The Romans and luckily for us, just down the road in St Albans, is one of the best Roman locations in the country. Verulamium was once one of the most important Roman towns in...