Beyond the National Curriculum

CJS After School Gardening Club

Come rain or shine, Years 3-5 pupils together with their parents and younger siblings have been very busy in the school garden this term.

Reading Challenge at Redbridge Libraries

Thank you so much for all your support over the past year at Churchfields and what a wonderful year it has been.

Year 6 End of Year Performance

Year 6 performed their traditional leavers’ performance to the parents this month. With a Robin Hood storyline, the Year 6 children all did amazingly well, learning their lines and acting on stage.

‘Sports for Me’ at Nightingale Primary

On Monday 10th July, the children of Churchfields Junior School were invited to a ‘Sports For Me’ morning hosted by Nightingale primary school and attended by other local schools.

National Youth Brass Band of Great Britain Visit

This month, our school had a visit from the wonderful National Youth Brass Band of Great Britain.

Poyraz at the Regional Swimming Gala

Poyraz in Year 6 recently too part in a regional swimming competition. The Gala was held in Basildon and organised by RTSC, Swim England.

Eric’s Aquathlon Success

Eric competed in an aquathlon at Luxborough Lake – he had to swim 250m and run approximately 1 mile around the lake finishing in first place.

Year 6 Team Building Workshops

Year 6 recently took part in a team building workshop on the school field.

Sophie & Elena’s Karate Success

“Last year, Elena and I only got a bronze medal (3rd place), but this year we did absolutely better by getting a gold medal (1st place).”

Alex’s Haircut for Charity

“Last month I cut my hair to donate them to Little Princess Trust, which is a charity that turns donated hair into real hair wigs to children and young people with hair loss.”

Year 4 Virtual Reality Workshops

Year 4 had an exciting experience this month as they travelled to the rainforests of Brazil, whilst remaining in their classrooms in London!

Neil’s Karate Success

We love to hear of the success of our pupils outside of school. It inspires their classmates to try new activities, develop new skills and make new friends.

Year 3 Bushcraft Workshops

Year 3 recently had an exciting and unusual experience, taking part in an outdoors ‘bushcraft’ workshop.

Year 3 at Walthamstow Wetlands

Year 3 recently travelled to Walthamstow Wetlands to learn about habitats. Read on as Year 3 describe their adventures!

The JTA Walking Bear

“We have the walking bear because it encourages people to walk and have fun. We encourage children to walk so there is no pollution on Churchfields so we can be safe and healthy.”

Erin’s Silver Blue Peter Badge

I am Erin, the owner of the new Silver Blue Peter Badge. The reason I received this badge is thanks to Churchfields Junior School.

Ran at the London Youth Games Sailing

“On 24th of June, I competed in the London Youth Games sailing. I was in the 8-12 year old H10, Hartley 10, boys group.”

Emma’s Letter to MP

Emma in Year 4 recently decided to contact her local MP, Iain Duncan Smith, to raise with him an issue she feels very strongly about.

Year 3 Litter Pick

In their science lessons, Year 3 have been studying recycling and protecting the environment.

Year 3 Neasden Mandir Trip

“On 30th June we visited Neasden Temple,which is called a mandir. At the mandir welearnt how the temple was built and that it isthe only mandir in London, so it is veryspecial.”