KFJS this week   

26 April, 2015
We have quite a week coming up! We look forward to welcoming John and Jude from Twinings as they share in our aspirations assembly (unfortunately our speakers from last week had to cancel).

Monday - Assembly; Year 6 workshops after school.
Tuesday - 4B visit QMC Science Centre; Yr5&6 athletics tournament; Year 6 workshops after school.
Wednesday - Houses of Parliament trip for 68 of our winning pupils; remaining pupils will have a diploma like day!
Thursday - Mrs O'Brien's last day!
Friday - KFJS Election Day!

Attendance for w/b 20th April 2015   

23 April, 2015

3A 98%

  3H  99.4%

   4B 99.4%

   4PJ 99%

5G 95%

    5S 98%

    6C 94%

    6R 98%

KFJS This Week   

18 April, 2015

A warm welcome back to school after the Easter Break!

The KFJS Election Fortnight is here! During the next two weeks, we will be holding our own KFJS election, with the pupils putting forward their ideas on how to improve our school. Everyone will have a vote, and throughout the process, the children will be learning about democracy, rights, and elections. Of course, the winning idea will be carried out!

On Wednesday, we will be welcoming Susan Bowen from Hewlett Packard, who will be inspiring us about the world of work.
Finally, don’t forget that Mrs O’Brien officially retires on 30th April. Please do pop in and say ‘Hello’ before she leaves! Mrs Bristow joins us from Monday, and we look forward to her settling in and becoming part of the team.

Monday - Assembly with Mr Applegate. Year 6 Workshops after school.

Tuesday - Singing Assembly. Year 6 Workshops after school.

Wednesday -  Susan from Hewlett Packard shares with us in assembly.

Friday - Celebration assembly.


Attendance for w/b 23rd March 2015   

26 March, 2015

3A 98%

  3H  99%

   4B 96%

   4PJ 98%

5G 98%

    5S 97%

    6C 97%

    6R 97%

Pupil raises funds by keeping quiet!   

21 April, 2015

Over £150 was raised by Charlotte last week after she took part in a sponsored silence, and also helped organise and run a coffee morning! The money was presented by the Year 5 pupil to Sebastian’s Action Trust during the visit to Bluebells yesterday. What a thoughtful – and quiet – thing to do! Well done Charlotte; we are all very proud of you!


Sebastian’s Action Trust Visit   

26 March, 2015

Several of our school council took a trip to Bluebells, the residential centre run by Sebastian’s Action Trust. It provides respite breaks for very ill children and their families. We’re supporting the charity because we want to help children and families who are less fortunate than ourselves, and who need our help. Our pupils were quite moved by all that they saw. A wonderful opportunity.