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Beatles Day 2020

The whole school celebrated Global Beatles Day on Friday, with teachers delivering  Beatles-themed work and activities for the children to enjoy. The children found out about the Fab Four’s history, where they played, what influence they had on pop culture,...

The boys are back at school

And what a delight it is to have them back. We’ve never seen children, parents and teachers happier at school drop-off time. Pupils have applied themselves brilliantly to remote learning the past few months, but it doesn’t compare to learning...

Outdoor Learning Challenges

Spending time in the great outdoors can reinforce a child’s emotional well-being and allow them to embrace the natural world. With that in mind, pupils the length and breadth of the school made the most of the beautiful sunshine with...

Welcome Back

Welcome back to the second half of the summer term! We hope you all had a happy and safe half-term. Whilst our Remote Learning continues, it will be great to see children from Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 back...

Beautiful Bella

The Headmaster and his family have been enjoying the new addition to their household. We’re pleased to report Bella has been very well-behaved thus far. She loves nothing better than sniffing around in the shrubs at Lockers Park as well...

Outdoor Classroom Day

Lockers Park pupils joined over 9 million children around the world by taking part in Outdoor Classroom Day on Thursday 21 May. At Lockers Park we understand that spending time outdoors is as important for children’s development as learning to...

Mental Health Awareness Week

This week is Mental Health Awareness Week, and the focus is on Kindness, something we here at Lockers Park are strong proponents of. Helping someone else can lower stress and cheer your mood. Well done to Max (for rescuing bugs...

VE Day

All staff and children here at Lockers Park have been enjoying learning about VE Day through their Remote Learning this week. The Pre-Prep children had fun making origami doves as a sign of peace and some of the older boys...