Our JHS squad of 48 children from across KS2 have competed in this year’s School Games Cross Country event at the Oxford Spires Academy! The event was attended by lots of schools from across the Oxford City & Thame area, with more than 100 children taking part in each race. All of our children did
First, we got on the coach. Next, we arrived at Tetsworth. We had Oliver Thomas, Florence Harold, Kat Henderson, Eliza Singleton, Alfie Rogers, Austen Joy, Edie Hays, Charlie Long and Brody Stanley in Year three on our team. The first match we played was Year three vs Year four John Hampden, we drew 0-0. The
This year John Hampden had a very different Artsweek experience due to the pandemic and keeping our school Covid safe. We still had Artsweek but at a later date and without our usual army of helpers. Artsweek this year was in class, each class timetabling their own week of artisitic activities ranging from silk painting
Children from across KS2 have taken part in a Quidditch Day, provided by Enrich Education. The day started with a ‘Sorting Assembly’, where our House Captains were sorted into each of the Harry Potter Houses, ready for the day of Quidditch! Classes learnt the role of the different players and the skills involved in Quidditch,
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!