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Assemblies

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Cyber bullying

International Women's day

Welcome back to school the video that shows the world watching Perseverance land on Mars is here

diversity week

We have had an amazing Diversity Week here at Field End Junior School. We started with Grandad Wheels on Monday who spoke to the children about his disability and his new career as an author. https://www.grandadwheels.com/ 

On Tuesday Jessica Hamer gave a presentation on gender and unconcious bias.

Jake Austen spoke to the children on Wednesday about his journey as a disabled person and his successful career today.

On Thursday we had our Traditional Dress day and children came to school wearing either traditional dress or colours of their heritage flag. We also were lucky enough to have two presentations on Thursday. James Aidoo is a multi award winning youth practitioner and founder of Innerscope https://www.innerscope.co.uk/

In the afternoon we had a visit from musician Emmanuel Nwamadi who serenaded the children with his amazing voice and answered questions from the audience. Emmanuel appeared on BBC's The Voice https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R4G6DTkR-1A

We also recently had visits from Dr Perry, a clinical scientist and Dr Higgins a doctor in a hospital.

Sports day 2021

We had a fantastic two days worth of Sports Days this year. Each year group had their own half day with Basketball, Obstacle Course, Football and Hockey for the round robin events. We then moved on to the track and completed hurdles, sprint, 200m and relay. The days were extremely hot for the children (and the staff), but they all had fun. Lots of medals were handed out for the track events and this year we timed the track events so we can start a School Record table. Well done to all those who took part.

The overall results for each year group house were:

  1st 2nd 3rd
Year 3 Rashford Jackson Malala
Year 4 Malala Attenborough Rashford
Year 5 Jackson Rashford Malala
Year 6 Rashford Jackson Malala

 

Thinking and Innovation Week

Thinking and Innovation Week

The children had great fun learning about their brains and how the different parts help them to learn and complete the challenges that we set them.
Each class worked together to think of someting to do with a ball of string.  Their creativity and teamwork were very impressive as you can see from the photographs.
Everyone was asked to think of their Aim High ambition for the year which they wrote on their hot air balloons.

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 of you 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.  https://vimeo.com/519071066
 
Have fun celebrating World Book Day!
 
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Laser tag

During the first days back at school, Mr Ward organised for each year group to take part in LaserTag.

All the children (and staff) had enormous fun and got moving and excercising whilst learning to work in teams to achieve their goal.

Have a look at some of the photos we took over the sessions.

pictures for Whitby Dene

Our Key Worker children have completed some wonderful inspiring pictures that we delivered to Whitby Dene Care Home to brighten the residents day.

Rainbows

During the school closure we asked children to post photos of any rainbows they've drawn. Children have been putting pictures of rainbows in their windows to brighten everyone's day.

I think we can all agree that they are very uplifting.

Thank you to:

Gracie, Isaac, Jaya, Kiruthesh, Kyra, Matilda, Nyasha, Rosie, Sruthi, Syrus, Veena, Ibrahim, Khadija, Lily and Sami

Wealdstone FC visit

We've had an informative assembly from Wealdstone FC this afternoon on Health, Fitness and Wellbeing.

The children learnt that you have to eat healthily if you want to be a professional athlete.

Jack and Lewis from the Wealdstone team then answered lots of questions from the children about football.

We're sure that Wealdstone FC will have gained a few new supporters.

Storytelling Bedtime story

We held this to celebrate National Storytelling Week.

As part of National Storytelling Week we invited the children to come back to school for a Bedtime Story in their PJs, with their favourite teddy.  They enjoyed a hot chocolate and cookie afterwards.

It was extremely popular with over 200 children listening to range of different stories including a short, scary story by Anthony Horrowitz, The Butterfly Lion by Michael Morpurgo and Horrid Henry by Francesca Simon.

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Choir - Whitby Dene Christmas 2019

CAROL CONCERT AT WHITBY DENE

What a wonderful choir we have. Having performed in four Carol Concerts this week the year 5 and 6 members brought some Christmas cheer to our friends in Whitby Dene Care Home.

The residents thoroughly enjoyed listening to the choir sing and clapped and joined along with them.

I am very proud of these choir members as they missed out on some of their class party time or their Christmas film to visit the home but they all agreed afterwards how much they enjoyed making the residents smile.

All of our classes have a pen pal at Whitby Dene and so it was a fantastic opportunity to strengthen those links.

Well done to the choir and to Miss Duckett and Miss Flanagan for organising this.

christmas concerts

Thank you to all the parents and carers who came to support the children perform in their Christmas Carol Concerts on Monday 16th December and Tuesday 17th December.  It was a very festive and musical display of the talents of our Choir and year groups. Thank you for singing so beautifully.

 

RAF Band Assembly

We were treated to a wonderful concert performed by the RAF Band based at RAF Northolt.  The musicians explained their instruments to the children and introduced them to jazz, samba and reggae music as well as playing a range of music that the children could join in with and sing including a song from The Greatest Showman.

The Children really enjoyed the concert. One pupil told me 'I wish they could stay here all day and I could listen to them.

Their visit even made the RAF Northolt News!

CIN winners 2019

Children in need raffle

Congratulations to our Raffle Winners Summer and Senyo from Year 3 who won Pudsey and Blush in our Children in Need Raffle.

Lovely new homes for our Children in Need bears.

Shoebox appeal

This year we have once again supported the Samaritans Christmas Shoe Box Appeal.  The appeal aims to send children who are less fortunate, a shoe box full of gifts at Christmas time. 
This donation ensures that children who would not normally receive a Christmas present will have something to open on Christmas morning. Each class has filled their own shoe box, any spares will also be donated.  This year we managed to donate 37 shoe boxes!

Shoebox 2019
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London Borough of hillINgdon cross Country champions 2019

Congratulations to our Year 5 and 6 boys who took part and WON the 2019 London Borough of Hillingdon Cross Country Competition. The race took place on Monday 7th October 2019 at Barnhill Community High with a number of other Hillingdon schools taking part. Our boys did us proud and bought home the winning trophy. Well done!

black hisTORY WEEK

The children enjoyed a busy week learning about how events in the past have helped them to have the freedom of choice now.  We also had a visiting speaker who held an assembly to teach the children about Black History in Britain. All classes performed a presentation.of what they had  learnt.  Well done to 4M who won the Presentation Award.

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