Roman Artefacts

Junior historians attending lunchtime history club as well as Year 4 pupils, both had the opportunity to examine two actual Roman artefacts.

A Day of Drama and Dance

Linked to World Book Day last week, Years 1 -  6 took part in  Bringing Books to Life dance and drama workshops today,  giving the children an immersive experience of storytelling.

Library Monitors

Enthusiastic and doggedly determined, Year 5 Library Monitors - Poppy Robertson and Annelies Razzaq have long campaigned for an additional shelving unit for our KS2 library.

Children’s Mental Health Week

The theme for Children’s Mental Health Week this year is ‘Let’s Connect.’ Years 3 and 4 participated in a joint activity which encouraged them to mix, socialise and get to know each other a little better.


With fir trees exquisitely adorned in the hall and main entrance, and cinnamon candles brightly lit, there is an undeniable frisson of wonder at the moment.

Healthy Lunches and a New Chef

Thomas Jones was one of the first schools in the country to introduce healthy and, where possible, organic lunches for children. We have certainly come a long way, with the quality of provision transformed over the last 20 years.

Year 4 Class Assembly

On Wednesday, the Year 4 scholars excelled in an exceptionally inventive and aesthetically bold depiction of the water cycle, linked to topic learning.


Last week we marked 'Movember' and raised crucial funds for prostate cancer charities.

Choir Shine

Performing a medley of songs inspired by the forthcoming Jubilee, on Wednesday our choir ventured to Thomas Darby Court residential care home.