The JHS tag rugby team have come back from the Chairmans Cup as County champions yesterday, after being unbeaten in all of their games. This follows their previous success as South Oxfordshire champs and means they have had a run of a whopping 18 games unbeaten! Huge congratulations to the team who have been so
The Year 6 all went to Warner Brothers Studio to see the making of Harry Potter. The journey by coach was very quick, taking only 45 minutes. Once there, the children were sorted into groups and had their luggage checked by security so they could remove anything that could be harmful. After a long wait,
What an amazing day we have had! Dressing up, terrifying raids, archery and blood curdling battles took place across the school. The children are sure to remember Viking Day for a very long time. During the day the children were first visited by a Monk from Lindisfarne where he told them about the first ever
The Year 3 classes spent time making their Roman shields, and then had the opportunity to enjoy an ‘invasion’ with Mr Eyre. They had previously had the opportunity to hear some of the Latin commands, which one child from each class called out to their classmates. Their favourite command was forming the ‘tortoise’ or ‘Testudo’.
Brilliant, enjoyable day at the Year 5 and 6 rugby tournament held at the Chinnor Rugby Club. We had a fantastic day with both teams coming in the top two. It’s quite difficult to face your own team in the final, but we all enjoyed it. Team A came out victorious, being unbeaten for the
John Hampden Primary School children and parents are bringing joy to refugee children in northern France this week. The school ran a Christmas Appeal entitled “50 Bags of Joy” with local group Bread and Roses for Refugees. Children were invited to join in by an assembly given by Junior Members of Bread and Roses, Ruby