This term we have been studying the Ancient Maya civilization. Supporting our curiosity we ventured out to the Pitt Rivers museum in Oxford on Tuesday 27th June. Before we set off on our exploit, we were separated into 9 groups. Stunned as we entered the sensational building a simple format was laid out as we departed
The children had a spectacular day, it was a massive success and enjoyed by all. The children worked hard in the workshops and practiced many skills including…juggling, plate spinning and even tightrope walking! Thank you again to the parent’s who came along to watch and support the children. We hope you enjoyed it as much as us!
As part of our Sports Week, John Hampden pupils took part in their annual Sports Day events across KS1, KS2 and Foundation Stage. All children represented their school houses in the events on their sports day, as well as in field events within year groups in Key Stage Two. After combining all of the results
Children in Year 6 have taken part in their annual sleepover at the school. The evening involved team-building games and ‘Predator-Prey’ with Mr Eyre (with a close eye being kept on the England-Belgium match!), followed by watching ‘Harry Potter & The Prisoner of Azkaban’ in the Jackson Hall. After plenty of sweets and popcorn, the
Pupils from Year 6 took part in the Thame Cricket Festival today and both the boys’ and girls’ teams have returned as Partnership champions! The sun was shining at Thame Cricket Club, where the children took part in a day of fantastic, competitive play against three other teams from the Thame Schools Partnership. Despite some
The Year 6 children organised a multi-sports event for Years 1 to 5 on a very sunny afternoon. Each station was designed by a small team, who were then responsible for running the activity. We instructed children on how to play different sports (e.g.. football, tennis and loads more!) The younger children persevered and tried