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Field End Junior School is truly a community school and has been part of the Ruislip landscape for over 70 years. It is a genuinely happy and exciting place to be. We know that every day that your children spends with us is important in shaping the young people and adults they become when they go out into the world. We strive to do all we can to help each child reach their potential. We think that school days should be filled, not only with learning, but with fun, friendship and memories to last a lifetime.

We are extremely proud of our wonderful pupils and our school and hope that our website gives you a small flavour of what we are about. It is therefore important to find a school whose values, aims and expectations are the same as your own. If you are interested in Field End Junior School and would really like to see how fantastic we are, why not pay us a visit - we look forward to welcoming you into our community.

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'bottle moments' triumph for louis

Congratulations to Louis in year 5 who was announced as a winner in the aged 9-11 category of GMTV's 'Bottle Moments' competition. Louis' 'bottle moment' was about looking forward to going to an aquarium. 

Well done Louis, super work!

The idea of ‘Bottle Moments’ is that we all think of something which we would like to bottle up that we are most looking forward to doing once things improve with the Covid-19 pandemic and things eventually get back to some normality. The idea was created by Rob Murray who is a professional cartoonist who draws for the Sunday Times Newspaper and other magazines. He has also illustrated some bestselling books.

Have a look at the winners on the website bottlemoments

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Academy Conversion

Field End Junior School has been an Associate Member of Vanguard Learning Trust (VLT) since spring 2020. VLT is a small, local multi-academy trust that also includes Ryefield Primary School, and Vyners and Ruislip High secondary schools. The FEJS Governing Body is proposing that FEJS formally joins VLT, which would involve FEJS becoming an academy. 
Click here to view the consultation document and a more detailed Q&A document.

1000 readers for World Book Day Project

An enormous thank you for taking the time to participate in our five day film project!  We're very excited to share the final video with you.  
An astonishing 1,243 children from 46 schools across London sent in a picture of yourself with a special book, and we've had a lot of fun looking at all your smiling faces!  We saw lots of familiar books plus some unusual ones.  We hope you had fun choosing one that you wanted to share.
Have fun celebrating World Book Day!
1000 Readers for World Book Day 2021.mp4
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