During the first part of the Spring Term, Class 3 have been learning about the Roman invasion of Britain and its impact on daily life for the Celts. To conclude our learning, we made models of Roman catapults – this was tricky but the children showed great dexterity with junior hacksaws plus great determination to
Class Four attended the Imperial War Museum on Wednesday 8th February as they had been studying World War One in the last half-term. They looked around the war rooms, had their photographs taken with different artefacts and had a talk with Bernard and Martin who have both experienced war. Bernard was a child living in Dulwich
On Wednesday 19th January, the children went to the Thame Schools’ Cross-Country Event at Lord Williams’ Upper School, Thame. Lottie came 5th, Harvey 6th, Teddy. O 7th, and Laila-Beth 8th. Everyone had great fun and it was superbly organised by St. Joseph’s. Thank you to Mrs. Gill, Mrs. Rodham, Mrs. Marriott & Mrs. Mann for driving the
On Wednesday 14th December, the whole school went down to the Tetsworth Memorial Hall to have our annual Christmas Dinner. Crackers were pulled, gravy was poured and turkey was devoured. Thank you to Tash for cooking and serving the children’s lunch.
Class Four attended the Festival of Christmas Music on Wednesday 7th December at Thame Leisure Centre. A big audience of parents, siblings and staff turned up to watch the children sing a variety of Christmas songs, which included Hark the Herald Angels, Halleluia, a White Christmas and We Wish You a Merry Christmas. A very big
On Monday 5th December, the Year 5/6 Boys’ Football Team travelled to Marston to play St. Michaels in the 1st Round of the Manor Cup. The boys played well on a very muddy pitch and managed to win the game 10-1. Brandon, Oliver, Henry and Toby all scored two and Jack and Teddy scored one each. The