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JFS was honoured to host Dr Naama Geva-Zatorsky of the Weizmann institute who spoke to JFS Sixth-formers about 'Protobiotics - Treatment of Diseases and Conditions'.



This week we hosted our annual Brent Holocaust Memorial Day Seminar. We welcomed 120 Year 10 History students from local schools; St Gregory’s RC, Newman Catholic College, Capital City Academy, and Preston Manor High. They were joined by 20 of our Year 10 students as well as a small number of Sixth Formers, who have visited Poland, to help run workshops.

Renee Salt and Ray Hill are our annual guest speakers and once again their talks had a significant impact on all the students present.


Year 12 drama students were fortunate enough to see the play One Man Two Guvnors, a highly amusing comedy which has become an enormous hit ever since opening in the West End a little over a year ago. Students went primarily for the purpose of having a specific play to focus on when writing their examinations later this year, however alongside this academic objective, those who went experienced a real sense of enjoyment.


Student Council Representatives from every Year Group came together today to take part in a special training session. This is the first time this year that the whole Student Council has gathered together and they have enjoyed sessions focusing on general leadership skills and project management.



Mr Speaker, The Right Honourable John Bercow, MP was the Guest of Honour at the annual JFS Graduation Ceremony. 700 people attended and heard the address by the Guest Speaker who was introduced by JFS President Lord Levy.

The evening was a celebration of the graduation of the 2012 cohort who continued JFS’ outstanding record for ‘A Level’ results. Almost 50% of all A2 entries secured an A* or A grade last August while 80% of results were at grades A*, A or B and students achieved an overall pass rate of 100%.