Extended Services at JFS
The Extended Services programme at JFS is available between 4.00 pm and 5.30 pm on Monday and Wednesday afternoons offering a variety of activities for students. The scheme runs for 8 weeks each term. For the Autumn Term activities will commence from the week beginning Monday 20 October until the week ending Friday 12 December.
Students can be collected by parents or make their own usual way home. To support the scheme the 688 and 683 buses will depart JFS at 5.30 pm. Caterlink will provide food for purchase, via the Smart Card system, which will be available at the end of the school day.
You will find a full timetable of the different activities and the day of the week they will take place below. Students may apply for activities for one or two days. If any student (or parent) would like any further information, they should contact Mr Flack who is co-ordinating the programme.
If you would like your child to participate, please complete the registration form below. Once you have completed the registration you should login to your ParentPay account and complete payment for your child's partcipation.
The cost of each day's activity is £45 for the full term. For example £45 for Monday or Wednesday, £90 for both Monday and Wednesday. After registration you will be directed to complete the process by making a payment via ParentPay.
When completing the registration form please select an option from session 1 & 2 on the day/s your child will be attending. If they only wish to attend on one day or only for the first session on either day you should select ‘no activity’ in the other option boxes. Those who only want to do one session of EJS on either day should choose this as their first session. The activities are available for all year groups however, for most of the activities the majority of students are from Years 7-9.
For the first week of activities students should meet in the Dining Hall at 4.00pm. EJS students should meet in the Shul at the end of their last lesson. If any student (or parent) would like any further information, they should contact Mr Flack who is co-ordinating the programme.
The popularity of the scheme would indicate that some activities may be fully subscribed. We will attempt to give the students their choices but will allocate on a first come, first served basis. There will be a maximum number of students in each activity and also a minimum number of students required for each activity to be viable. If an activity selected does not end up taking place, you will be sent an email asking you to select an alternative activity or offering a refund.