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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.

17/01/2018

Politics Society members from all year groups attended a talk given by Mr Seb Dance, Labour MEP for London and Deputy Leader of the European Labour Parliamentary Party. Mr Dance spoke about the role of the European Parliament within the EU, the day to day activities of an MEP and the relevance of the EU to the lives of its citizens. In particular he focused on issues such as the food we eat and the environment, which affects us all.

08/12/2017

This week Year 9 and Year 10 Music students were treated to an African Music workshop with the Keiskamma Music Academy from Hamburg in South Africa. The Academy were on a UK tour and we were privileged that they were able to add us in to their busy schedule.

The musicians performed several songs which our students joining in, as well as teaching our students different African drumming techniques and rhythms. Several of our students also performed solos for our visitors who were impressed with their musical ability and comprehension.

23/11/2017

Parents, Alumni and friends of JFS spent an intimate evening with the popular celebrity, Judge Rinder. After a delicious meal from the Aviv restaurant there was time to schmooze with The Judge as well as have photos taken with him.

22/11/2017

Recently two 'A' Level PE students completed their practical assessment evidence gathering by completing 18 holes at the outstanding Centurion Club in St Albans.  The exclusive golf club that recently hosted the PGA European Tour GolfSixes event, very kindly offered the course to the PE department free of charge.  Sam Buckwald and Jacob Minster met with David Morris, Head Professional at Centurion, to discuss their improving handicaps ahead of a successful round of filming. 

06/11/2017

The JFS Girls U14 11-A-Side Football team have scored their way through to the second round of the Middlesex championships.

JFS started well going 1-0 up with a 1 on 1 goal from Minnie in Year 9. Play was evenly spread amongst the two teams but despite solid defending JFS conceded two goals and went into half time 2-1 down.

An excellent 2nd goal from Minnie took the game to penalties, with Ruby, also in Year 9, saving and scoring. This resulted in JFS winning 4-2 on penalties and going through to the next round.

Well played!

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