We are delighted to announce that John Hampden School have achieved the School Games Gold Mark Award for the 2018/19 academic year! The School Games Mark is a Government-led award scheme, launched in 2012 and facilitated by the Youth Sport Trust, to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition and sport across
PE & Sports
The school’s rugby team won the tournament, winning every game in style. They now qualify for the Chairman’s Cup.
Following on from our NSPCC assembly a few weeks ago, the whole school took part in a sponsored fun run around the 1 mile circuit to raise money and awareness for the NSPCC charity. It was team effort as the older children collected their buddies and accompanied them on the fun run, encouraging them to keep going. Everyone
On Tuesday 19th March, our KS2 Cross Country Team took part in a friendly race against Tetsworth. Twenty children were selected from our school and we were pleased because they all did so well. Mr Nutt stated that ‘the children were outstanding’. Both Evie and Elliot got first place during the Year 4 section of
The Year 6 girls team had a very successful tournament, held at Tetsworth, winning every game they played. It was a very closely fought match in the final with it ending in penalties. Thankfully they held their nerve to win the shootout.
On 13th November, children from across Key Stage Two competed in the Oxford City Cross Country event at Oxford Spires Academy. The squad raced against teams from ten other schools and were a real credit to JHS throughout the day: they put huge amounts of effort into their own races and really supported each other. Our