As part of the Year 2 Great Fire of London topic, the children were able to use their art and design skills to create their own representation of a Tudor house in 1666. The children had a fabulous time and enjoyed setting up their houses to replicate a ‘John Hampden School Pudding Lane’.
Y6 have been learning all about the English Civil War and who John Hampden was. As part of our learning, we visited Thame Museum to learn more about the war and to see a replica ‘John Hampden’s Regiment of Foote’ civil war uniform. On the way there, we visited Greyhound Walk in Thame, which was
In place of the Reception and KS1 phonics events that usually take place we have created a phonics presentation that you can watch instead. Hopefully it will give you more of an idea about phonics teaching at JHS and answers some of your questions about phonics, reading and writing in the EYFS and KS1. We
A group of year 6 children were keen to start a newspaper for the school. The first edition is hot off the press ready for you all. We hope it will be a fortnightly issue (though may become twice per term if too demanding) as the team are very keen and other year 6’s are
Here is the long-awaited Ukulele Assembly (put on hold last year because of Lock-Down) Originally this would have taken place when the children were in Year 4, but here are this year’s Year 5’s, performing some songs outside (so they could sing too!) and a few others inside. I hope you agree with me that
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