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A Conversation With Lord Mann
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A Conversation With Lord Mann

Lord Mann, the Government’s independent anti-Semitism advisor, spoke to our Year 12 cohort in their assembly this week.  He explained how his job works and what he sees as his three-fold aim, explaining our position against those in our community in Europe. It was clear, even virtually that our students were gripped, and the calibre...

Online Quiz Evening at Langdon Brady
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Online Quiz Evening at Langdon Brady

Four Year 12 students, Phoebe Duke, Minnie Freed, Brandon Roach and Hannah Sugars, recently put on a spectacular online quiz evening for the young people of the Langdon Network. They ran a series of online games including ‘Spot the Difference’, ‘How’s Your General Knowledge’, ‘Where’s Wally’ and ‘Catchphrase’. This is the start of what we...

Young Art 30th Anniversary Virtual Exhibition
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Young Art 30th Anniversary Virtual Exhibition

YOUNG ART is an exhibition at the Royal College of Art for school students aged 4-18, raising funds for Research into Childhood Cancers. There were around 7000 entries nationally with over 80 schools competing. Two of our students, Ella Bennett (Y10) and Hannah Schogger (Y11), have both had their artwork chosen for the Exhibition. Hannah...

Volunteering In the Community
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Volunteering In the Community

JFS student, Katie in Year 10, has been busy with a very worthy endeavour together with her older sister Deborah, a JFS Alumna. Last week, in the Jewish Weekly article entitled, ‘Sisters Behind A Monthly Lockdown Initiative’, it describes how they have made nearly 2,000 food packages and continue to do so for those in...

Telescope Adventure in Hawaii
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Telescope Adventure in Hawaii

Mr Davey’s Year 10 GCSE Astronomy class recently had the opportunity to use a professional robotic telescope based in Hawaii. This multi-million-pound resource is provided for schools to use free-of-charge thanks to the Faulkes Telescope Project and the class were able to control the Telescope, in real-time, to collect images for their core practical work....

Students Meet Professor Jonathan Haskel CBE
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Students Meet Professor Jonathan Haskel CBE

JFS Sixth Form students recently had the pleasure of listening to a talk by Economist Jonathan Haskel CBE. A professor of economics at Imperial College London and a member of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee, Haskel discussed the role of the central bank and the state of the British economy amidst the pandemic....