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.

We also produce a regular Newsletter twice each month.


St Gregory’s Catholic School visited JFS for the group stages of the Brent Basketball League. It was a closely fought game, with JFS taking the advantage into the fourth quarter. Fitness proved the key component down the final stretch and unfortunately for the JFS Year 10 group they could not hold on to their lead, slipping to a 24-30 defeat. With one loss and one win, it is all to play for in the remaining games.


For the first time since 2006 the new JFS boys hockey team played Kingsbury High School in a very competitive match.  JFS fielded two 6-a-side teams, who played some excellent hockey against a strong Kingsbury side. The scores finished with JFS winning two games and losing two. Highlights of the games included a sensational goal with a solo effort from Jake Aspis, along with some excellent saves in goal from Benji Simon.


The opening night of the JFS School musical was a great success last night. Over 90 students were involved in all aspects of the show, whether acting in the show or being part of the technical crew behind the scenes.

Well done to the whole talented crew and the dedicated staff and good luck for the next two performances!


This week students, parents and staff enjoyed the annual Winter Concert.

Over 80 students performed to a packed audience in the Theatre and were involved either as soloists or in various ensembles. A wide variety of musical styles were performed ranging from Musical Theatre to Classical and Heavy Metal. All year groups were represented as well as this being a first JFS concert experience for many students.  



For the first time in our GCSE course, Year 10 Drama students were able to see a live performance of a West End production. We were presented with a tantalising opportunity to see ‘The 39 Steps’ in the Criterion Theatre, in central London.