In this section of the website you can read about some of the many varied and exciting events that take place at JFS. For a more comprehensive overview, photos and updates please follow us on Facebook and Twitter.


The Poland trip experience offered to Sixth Form students at JFS is an impactful and meaningful experience, with life-long effects on the students.


Year 8 student, Sam Lewis, recently completed a 5km ‘Super Hero’ run for the Winnicott Foundation for premature babies. Sam decided to raise money for this charity as he himself was born prematurely at 27 weeks.

Together with a friend who was also born premature, Sam managed to raise a grand total of £3,360 which was a fantastic achievement.

We are all very proud of you, well done!



Year 11 and Year 13 students enjoyed memorable farewell celebrations in school before embarking on their Study Leave.

We wish both year groups much success in their upcoming examinations.


Last week  PRISM YE (Ariel Katzir, Brandon Starr, Joel Ucko, Matthew Grabski, Yuval Schwartz, Oryon Lass, Georgie Isaacson, Becca Cope-Thompson and Annabel Weber), the team representing JFS at the West London Final Showcase for Young Enterprise, managed to not only win the whole event but they also snapped up the prize for the best trade stand. This is an incredible achievement so far and is not over yet as the team has managed to go through to the London Regional Final in June.


We were pleased to welcome Charles Tannock MEP recently to address students belonging to the Politics Society. Charles has been a Conservative Member of the European Parliament since 1999 and came to talk to about the European Union (EU), Brexit and the future of the UK politics in a global age.