Mr Eyre has been busy painting the backdrop for the KS1 Nativity and decided to make a competition for the whole school to take part in. Everyone had to take a guess at how many tiny stars were in the night sky. The guesses ranged from 8 to infinity, with two children coming very close
Christmas dinner is in full swing. Look how beautiful the lunch hall is, thanks to the kitchen team. The children have enjoyed turkey with all the trimmings and shared crackers and jokes with one another. Merry Christmas one and all.
Key Stage One wowed their audience with their production; The Gold Star Inn. They told the story of Christmas through drama, sign and song. It was a wonderful opportunity for the children to demonstrate not only their musical talents, amazing acting and marvellous Makaton skills. Their commitment and dedication to learning something new has been
The Year 4 had a delicious trip to Cadbury’s World as part of their topic on Chocolate (Changing Materials). After a small delay we were on our way and made good time, arriving for a factory tour and tasting session. We went on the Cadabra ride around a chocolate bean world, concocted our own chocolate
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