Our Y6 girls were victorious after taking on Tetsworth Primary in a friendly football fixture. Our girl’s played so brilliantly and they were full of encouragement and support for each other. It was great to see them enjoying the match so much! Well done girls – and here’s to more success in our next matches!
KS2 Quiz Club Qualifiers – General Knowledge Heat (Jan 2023)
After being selected in their year group quiz heats, our two KS2 teams have qualified from the first round of the General Knowledge ‘Quiz Club’ competition. They took part in their online heat against 30 other schools from across the country and finished in 5th and 9th position, which means they will go on to represent JHS
Thame Partnership Cross Country Champions!!
Our squad of cross country runners have competed against teams from across the Thame Partnership and have finished as Partnership Champions!! Children from across Key Stage Two took part in Y3/4 and Y5/6 boys and girls events, which all took place at Lord Williams’s Upper School site. Superb performances from all of the children who
OXSFA ‘Open 7s’ Matches against Windmill Primary (Jan 2022)
Our boys’ and girl’s football teams have taken part in some challenging matches against Windmill Primary in the first round of the Oxford Schools Football Association ‘Open 7s’ tournament. The matches took place at Windmill Primary in Oxford, where both teams faced some tough competition from the Windmill players, unfortunately resulting in a loss in
OXSFA Boys’ Open 7s Football Match against New Marston Primary (Dec 2022)
Our boys have gotten off to a fantastic start in the OXSFA ‘Open 7s’ tournament after winning their opening match against New Martson Primary. Our players played brilliantly together and there were loads of incredible moments on the pitch, ending in a massive 5-1 win for JHS! Well done for a superb performance and here’s
OXSFA Y6 Girls Open 7s – St Michael’s Primary (Jan 2023)
Our Y6 girls’ footballers have taken part in their opening match of the OXSFA ‘Open 7s’ tournament, against St Michael’s Primary School. Our team faced some fierce opposition from St Michael’s, but showed unwavering enthusiasm and determination throughout. Although the match ended in a loss for JHS, our players should be incredibly proud of their