The year six children were lucky to have a local company, Lucy Electric, in to teach them science circuits. The two engineers, Nick and Elaine, taught us about what they did and about how supplies and how much electricity is in a house plug compared to factories. After an interesting talk, they then gave us
The Year 6 children have been incredibly lucky to have been given a lesson on storyboarding by one of our parents, Giles Asbury. Giles is a storyboard artist who has worked on many films such as Fantastic Beasts, James Bond – No Time to Die and X-Men (and so many more). He kindly came in
Arts Week hall Fantastic Books, John Hampden’s Welcome Return to the World of Artsweek Artsweek 2022 – 23rd to the 27th May This year we saw a welcome return to Artsweek in the Jackson Hall for John Hampden School. Parents, carers, local artists and former staff and community members were again drafted in to support
What a brilliant day at JHS! We welcomed Mike Mullen from the BMX Academy for an inspirational growth mindset assembly on the playground, followed by BMX workshops with all our Y6 pupils. The assembly included learning about Mike’s journey into BMXing and the important messages of perseverance, determination and learning from failure (‘Flearning’!), as well
Our Year 3/4 hockey team played some great hockey at the partnership tournament at Barley Hill School. We won 2, drew 1 and topped our group. But sadly lost 2-1 in semi against Brill. We definitely played the highest standard of hockey throughout the tournament.
After being unbeaten in the group matches over the past few months and going on to win their semi-final in the Manor Cup Football Tournament, our Y6 Boys travelled to The Oxford Academy to compete in the final of the competition, against Windmill Primary School. It was their toughest match, which ended in a 7-1