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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.

14/07/2017

Rabbi Karp and Miss Borkin led a talented group of 20 Year 7 students to King David School, Manchester to take part in an annual Jewish knowledge inter-school competition. These students gave up two lunchtimes every week over the course of this term to attend preparatory sessions with Jewish Studies teachers as well as spending extra time at any opportunity to cram for the competition.

04/07/2017

The University of Cambridge once again hosted the annual Ivrit Spelling Bee Competition. JFS was well represented by some talented students who once again did us proud! Oliver and Daniella from Year 7 came in 2nd and 3rd positions respectively, in the beginners section. Well done to all the participants!

04/07/2017

Last Friday, Year 12 student David Launer, came second in the Peterhouse College, Cambridge Kelvin Science Essay Prize. An abridged version of David’s essay is due to be published in a medical publication as the judges were so impressed with his work. See photograph (left to right) Prof Sophie Jackson (Chemistry Fellow, Peterhouse College), Ms Bridget Kendall (Master of Peterhouse College), David Launer, Rabbi Lee Wax-Launer and Alex Dawes (Head of Chemistry, JFS).

 

27/06/2017

JFS Year 8 and 9 students participated in the Maccabi athletics event at the Leigh Valley Athletics Centre yesterday. Most of the students took away a variety of medals and the girls teams finished fourth and the boys teams finished third overall.

Well done to all the participants.

 

 

05/06/2017

We hosted our ninth annual Sports Awards ceremony recently welcoming our guest speaker, David Dein, the former vice-Chairman of Arsenal Football Club. Mr Dein, an important figure within football, having sat as President of the G-14 group of European football clubs as well as a number of committees within FIFA and UEFA, spoke about the development of the Premier League and the modern-day footballer.

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