Attendance for w/b 18th May 2015   

21 May, 2015

3A 95%

  3H  99%

   4B 95%

   4PJ 94%

5G 96%

    5S 98%

    6C 99%

    6R 92%

Tag Rugby Tournament   

21 May, 2015
The Y5 and Y6 rugby team did themselves and the school proud at a
tournament on Tuesday. Despite the rain, the mood was brightened with
improved performances as the day went on. Tries were scored in every
game with the team winning twice.

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Aspirations Assembly   

21 May, 2015
It was great to have Janet talk to us yesterday about the world of Human Resources, and how as a child, she learned skills and attitudes that help her now both in life and in work.

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Pupil Job Opportunity- become a JRSO!   

21 May, 2015

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Kings Furlong Park and Stride   

20 May, 2015

Please have a look at our Park and Stride map here to suggest alternative routes to park and walk to school. This has come from our School Travel Plan Adviser at Hampshire County Council.

KFJS This Week   

17 May, 2015

A huge well done to our Year 6 pupils who completed their SATs tests last week. There's still a lot of work to do in the coming weeks, but we are very proud of them. I must also say thank you to our Year 6 team, who have put in an incredible amount of work and effort this year to support our pupils.

It was great to have Fran from IBM visit us last Wednesday; she inspired our pupils about life in the world of work. This week, we welcome Janet, who works in Human Resources for a large national company.

On Monday, Mr Taylor from Planet Sport leads our assembly, talking about our new initiative to have Planet Sport lead sporting activities during lunchtimes. Child will also be signing up for our Diploma Day on Friday morning.

On Tuesday, we have our singing assembly.

On Wednesday, we wish our Yr5/6 Rugby team good luck as they take part in a Basingstoke Tournament run by Hampshire Police.

On Friday, we have our Diploma morning. Children take part in an activity that aims to develop their learning behaviours, learning a new skill, with children from other year groups. Activities that the children can chose from include cooking, animation, crafts, knitting, football, rounders, making torches, wacky races, ninja men and rocket fingers!

Have a great week!