Category Archives: Charity

Sport Relief

Lockers Park supported Sport Relief yesterday with all pupils coming to school in a sports top of their choice. Every child took part in a continuous game of football and the day finished with a spectacular display of football with...

Staff Macmillan Coffee Morning

A huge thanks to all the staff for supporting our Macmillan coffee morning. There were some fantastic cakes baked and we warmly welcomed our guest judge Mr Steve Gilden who had the difficult decision of choosing the winner!

FoLP Mardi Gras Ball

Each year the FoLP (Friends of Lockers Park) organise a Summer Ball. This year the theme was “Mardi Gras”. A huge amount of work by the FoLP Committee, chaired by Steve Simpson,  goes into this and there are always anxious...

Sponsored Walk

This morning we set off on our annual charity Sponsored Walk. This year we are raising funds for Sign Post, a local mental health charity dealing with children aged 11-18. We are also raising funds for our neighbours, Collett School....

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...

Staff Macmillan Coffee Morning

Each Autumn Term the Staff have a Macmillan Coffee Morning. Cakes are baked (recipes fiercely guarded) and just like in The Great British Bake Off judgements are made. As ever the range of cakes was impressive – congratulations to Sharen...

Boxmoor Trust Swift Project

Just over a year ago David Kirk of the Boxmoor Trust posted a plea on Facebook for reports of swifts in Boxmoor. http://www.boxmoortrust.org.uk/2017/07/19/help-the-boxmoor-swifts/ At Lockers Park we are lucky enough to have a colony of swifts that nest here each...

Doodson Sponsored Walk

The Doodson Sponsored Walk was this year raising funds for two local good causes – Hope for Children and The Collett School. It had to be one of the muddiest walks that we’ve done, but the majority of walkers managed...