Class 3 visited Highclere Castle which was once the home of Lord Carnarvon, who, along with Howard Carter, discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun. We had a very enjoyable day, visiting both the exhibition (where some artefacts were 5,000 years old) and the secret garden.
Classes 1 and 2 visited St Mary’s church, Thame, on Monday and learnt a little more about Holy week. They were very well behaved and asked some fantastic questions. We were all delighted to see a familiar face – Mr Haigh.
The girls from school were mascots at the Oxford United Women’s football match vs. Basildon on Sunday 24th March. The girls got to meet the players in the changing rooms before the game and collected autographs off of the players. They then had a training session on the nearby pitches and waved the flags before
Year 6 attended the Junior Citizens workshop in Oxford. They listened well and put forward their ideas on safety in various scenarios with confidence. We’re afraid we can’t show you more photos or give more information as we’d like each Year 6 group to experience the session without prior knowledge.
Class 3 sang at the O2 in the Young Voices concert. It was a fantastic day and we’d like to thank the TPSA for funding the transport. Please read the reports written by Year 6. On 28th January 2019, my friendly class travelled on the coach to sing at the O2 in YV choir. It had
Class Two rounded off their Roman Topic with a trip to the Roman Museum at Verulamium (St. Albans) on Tuesday 8th January. Whilst there they dressed up in tunics and walked around a mock Roman market. They also played Roman games, saw real Roman skeletons and watched clips about the Roman history of St. Albans.