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Year 10 GCSE Drama students were fortunate to see the light Comedy show The 39 Steps in London’s West End Theatre, as part of their GCSE course. The students thoroughly enjoyed their visit which was not only useful for their Drama GCSE but an exciting and amusing day out.


JFS celebrated Yom Ha'atzmaut in style. A stirring Shacharit service began the day and was followed by a sumptuous celebratory breakfast. In morning break students had a chance to sample 'Aroma' ice coffees and there was an evident air of festivity.


Students from Year 8 were recently selected to be a part of a Geography Enrichment Workshop, focusing on crime.  The main activity was a mystery case where the students became detectives and had to figure who the robber was out of two suspects.


Year 10 Geographers visited the Juniper Hall Field Studies Centre, near Dorking in Surrey recently where they studied the changes in the River Tillingbourne (a tributary of the Thames) from upstream to downstream.


In honour of our 280th Anniversary and to commemorate 10 years in Kenton, we held a Gala Concert at JFS. The Year 7 JFS Choir as well as the JFS Singers Choir were  joined  by six Jewish primary school choirs from Hertsmere Jewish Primary, Kerem, Mathilda Marks Kennedy, Moriah, Rosh Pinah and Wolfson Hillel who each performed a set of Jewish and non-Jewish songs. There was also a special JFS Alumni Choir, set up just to sing on this one occasion, who delighted the audience with their fine voices and a special rendition of the old JFS school song 'Horiyu'.