Our cross country squad from across KS2 did an incredible job at the cross country event at Oxford Spires Academy on Tuesday. The theme of the event was ‘determination’ and our children showed it in abundance! Each and every one of our children gave it their all during their races and it filled us with
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Our twinned school Henri Ferdinand Buisson in Montesson gifted us with a variety of French books. Amethyst class received the present from Sonja Francis of Thame.net and Thame Twinning. Visit Thame.net to read more.
John Hampden was inundated with amazing Ancient Egyptians on 12th September. The day was filled with fantastic adventures and experiences; from escaping an Egyptian tomb by cracking secret codes to tracking down Professor Pea Body and the missing sarcophagus through a treasure hunt around the grounds. (We never found Professor Pea Body!) Delicious Egyptian delicacies
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Year 3 worked hard at making shields for battle day. They learnt how to march and work as a unit, using the correct commands and working as a team. Both classes had excellent Centurion leadership. They discovered how important it was to stay close to one another and keep formation.
Pupils from across Key Stage Two competed in this year’s Partnership Sports event on Tuesday evening, hosted by Mill Lane Primary School in Chinnor. The children competed against other schools within the Thame Partnership in a series of races, including skipping, sprinting, egg and spoon and obstacle. The event culminated in relay races within each