On Friday 30th November, children, parents and carers from our school took part in a Lantern Parade through the centre of Thame. It was a milder night than previous years and John Hampdeners were out in force! It was a special scene and always marks the start of the Christmas season for Thame. The families
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
UPDATE: Having waited a week for all the money to come in, the school will be banking the fantastic sum of £414.72. The total raised this year is £334.03, which is a few pounds up on last year.
On Wednesday 1stNovember, John Hampden School took part in a Family Lantern Workshopin the Jackson Hall. It was a busy session with parents, carers and JHS children, past and present, taking part in the making and decorating of willow lanterns for the Christmas Lights Parade on Friday 30thNovember. We were aided in our endeavours by
Some of the children on Field Week might not have known they were being led by a celebrity! The children of Group 3 had Dan as their instructor, he was one of a few members of the South and Mid-Wales Cave Rescue Team that were instrumental in the Thai cave rescue. Welsh rescue team played vital
The morning started with a bit of a rush as the female staff forgot to give the girls their wakeup call. We set off for our penultimate activity. Two groups remained onsite for high ropes whilst the other two groups faced the caving challenges, deep underground at Porth yr Ogof. Their toughest challenge yet was