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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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Congratulations to the following children, this week's certificates go to:

Emily 4O

For working really hard in art and extended writing

Ellie 5P  

For a huge improvement in writing and spellings

 George 5P

For working really hard on his writing

Fraser 5P  

For independent writing in a story

Brandon 6G

For writing an excellent diary entry

Reggie 6TW

For putting in a lot of effort in theme

Theo 6TW     Charlie 6TW    Tafil 6TW  

For creating and building J.N


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We had an amazing presentation from Adisa Stevens on Black History Week. Thank you to Isaac's uncle for volunteering to present to our school.

Year 6 gave a fantastic performance for Black History Week on Friday 1st November. Their performance was the Gumboot Dance which originated in the South Aftrican mines as a way of communicating as the miners were not allowed to talk. 

4M were the winners of the Lower Phase performances, well done 4M for a wonderful interpretation of Black History Week.

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Well done to Year 6 pupils Zoya, Julia and Yusuf who competed in the Vanguard Learning Trust Spelling Bee on Thursday 5th December. Local primary schools Ruislip Gardens, Lady Bankes Junior, Ryefield and Field End Junior were in the competition along with Secondary Schools Ruislip High and Vyners. 

We are so proud of our team, they came 1st and 2nd in the whole competition! Well done team, they were great ambassadors for Field End Junior School.

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