Year 3 have made Fantastic Fox masks using felt. Cutting the felt was a challenge but the children really enjoyed sewing their whiskers onto their masks. Here are a few pictures of Mulberry class wearing the final product. Watch out, there are foxes about!
Our beautiful ‘Tree of Reflection’ is in progress! Every child has created a pebble – based on their own personal reflection of ‘Lockdown’. Staff and friends of John Hampden have created knitting and crochet to add even more colour. We would love to add some more pebbles, knitting and crochet pieces to our tree over
As well as learning about the importance of Remembrance day we decided to create a poppy display for all of Thame to see. Every child in the school, from Nursery to Year 6, made a poppy to display on the tree in front of the Old School House. The children and teachers worked very hard
Dear Parents, The teachers at JHS have put together a presentation of information about your child’s year group ahead of parents evening. Please take time to digest the information and teachers will be happy to answer any queries when you meet with them in the coming weeks. Simply click on the links below to access
In the last two weeks of Term 6 a small ‘Music Bubble’ was formed at John Hampden consisting of 6 boys and 6 girls. Together with Mrs Stanway-Williams, Mrs Byrne and Mrs Duffell the children composed and performed their own compositions. Here are the end results; we hope you agree that they are all unique