Welcome to Farley Junior School
I am very proud to welcome you to our school website. At Farley Junior School, we believe there is no limit to pupils learning potential. We are committed to supporting all of our pupils to be the best that they can be and we believe that our insistence on hard work and strong values will provide our pupils with the foundations they need to be successful and happy. We are continually developing our curriculum and teaching to meet the needs of our pupils and are delighted with the impact that this is having on our pupils’ learning.
We serve a wonderfully diverse community and believe that the relationship between home, school and the wider community is very important. We enjoy opportunities to welcome parents into school, both to share in their children’s learning and to enjoy the various events we put on throughout the year, culminating in our International Festival in July.
I hope you enjoy browsing our website.
Dance @ London Stadium with Tokio Myres
On Saturday 24th March, 45 students from Farley Junior School performed with Tokio Myers in front of 55,329 fans at the London Stadium.
Our students had the amazing opportunity to perform with Britain's Got Talent winner, Tokio Myers, during the half-time show of the Saracens versus Harlequins rugby game. The students and staff worked tirelessly for 3 weeks to practice the dance routines taught to them by the Saracens Foundation dance instructors. All of the hard work payed off, as they were given tickets to watch the Saracens match as well as taking part in a once in a lifetime performance. We would like to congratulate everyone who attended this unforgettable experience, well done!
Pupils were today presented with a certificate and trophy for taking part in Luton Foodbanks fundraising celebrating 5 years of food distribution in Luton. Farley Junior School raised 266.55 by holding a non-uniform day.
Luton Foodbank In 2017, gave out 2,652 child parcels, with a value of £20,400.
'Anti-bullying Pro-Kindness,' initiative
On Wednesday 21st February, we launched our 'Anti-bullying Pro-Kindness,' initiative. If pupils in our school see something that worries them, they should always tell an adult because we are a 'Telling' school.
Over the next month, all of our pupils will read the book "The Angel of Nitshill Road," by Anne Fine in their PHSE lessons. The theme of the book is bullying. The main character 'Celeste' encourages children to be kinder and more thoughtful to each other and this is our aim at Farley.
To support children to have the courage to confide in the adults at school, all classes now have a 'chat box'. This is a box that children can use if they need to share information with their teacher.
Over the next few months, our aim is for the school to become a happier and kinder place to be. Every Friday, adults will nominate children who they have noticed being kind and respectful. All of the children that have been nominated will receive a 'Respect' value badge and their name will be published on our Praise Page.
Year 6 Visit Monarch Aircraft Engineering - Enabling Enterprise
Tuesday (29th Nov) year 6 took a business trip to Monarch Aircraft Engineering to take part in a Marketing Moguls' Challenge.
Year 6 Visit the Hilton - Enabling Enterprise
Tuesday (7th Nov) 6B took a Business Trip to the Hilton in Watford to take part in a 'Recruitment Race' challenge.
Year 6 Visit A London Law Office - Enabling Enterpise
Wednesday (11th Oct) 6A took a Business Trip to Fresfields Law Firm in London to take part in a 'Tour The Law' challenge.