postheadericon Year 6 Say Goodbye with VideoStar Videos

6W – Bohemian Rhapsody

6G – Blame it on the Boogie

6H – “Leaving” on a Prayer

6F – Small Town Girls and Boys

postheadericon Schools Out For Summer

School is indeed out for summer and we return on the 2nd of September!

For Year 6, it was a sad day as this was their last day at Churchfields, they celebrated in style with a lengthy leavers assembly. Each class showed a mash up video they’d made of music and cool moves. (These will be showcased on this site in the next few weeks). Not to be outdone, their teachers also created their own music video. (See below)

This is Churchfields Junior School:


Have a great summer


postheadericon July Newsletter

July News

postheadericon Robin Hood – Year 6 High Energy Entertainment

Last Thursday parents and staff were treated to a spectacular show from Year 6. Robin Hood was an broadwayentertaining and high energy performance from start to finish. The play showcased the hard work and talents from all of the children and their teachers, it was certainly deserving of the standing ovations and applause at the end of the night.

One of  artists, Rose Garcia managed to capture some of the evening in the picture below, but we would welcome any other high quality images or video clips to share with the school community.
(Please pass onto Mr Evans)

Thank you to all of you who came and shared in the entertainment, pride and fun!

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postheadericon Year 2 Transition Evening

It was so lovely to welcome all of our new parents last night. Our open evening was a good opportunity for parents to look around and met the Year 3 team.

If you were unable to make it, or if you enjoyed our presentation and would like to see it again, then we have embedded the slides below:


postheadericon World Animal Protection – Sea Change

Today in assembly we had a visit from  a representative from World Animal Protection. She talked to us about how we could help animals at sea and the dangers of rubbish to the survival of marine life.

She showed us the presentation and Youtube clip below:

postheadericon Year 6 – Rhos Y Gwaliau

This is the presentation given to Year 5 parents this morning, on our residential visit to Rhos Y Gwaliau.


Having difficulty viewing this presentation?

View it as a PDF Here:
Rhos-y-Gwalia PDF Version

postheadericon Bella Field – RIBI Young Citizen Award Recipient – Speech in São Paulo

postheadericon ITV Competition Entry

ITV Competition Entry


postheadericon May Newsletter

May News

postheadericon Chicks come to Year 3


Nothing could have prepared Year 3 for the awe and wonder of watching the baby chicks slowly work their way out of their eggs.

We watched with baited breath as the eggs wobbled and cracked and gave out small cheers at the first sight of a beak or wing.

The magic of watching an egg crack and a new life emerge goes above and beyond the expectations of the curriculum and is a memorable life experience.

From the moment they were hatched, the chicks immediately stole our hearts; they have united children and staff throughout the school and provided some much needed stress relief for children (and their teachers) during assessment week.

Miss Higgins is incredibly lucky – she is going to keep her group of chicks so we will be kept up-to date with their progress and may even receive the occasional piece of Chick Mail!

Thank you to the Happy Chick Company for providing Year 3 with memories that will last a lifetime.


Miss Brown and the Year 3 Team.

postheadericon BLEW THE AUDIENCE AWAY!

On 19th May there was the Redbridge Schools’ Recorder Festival at St Mary’s Church. At about 1:15pm the children went for a practice/rehearsal. The atmosphere was very good (and a little tense).clip_image001

The practice itself was fantastic. Also, attending the practice were a few other schools and Mrs Goble.
Then at 7:15pm was the real thing. The atmosphere was electric and there were some senior players on the treble (an instrument about double the size of a normal recorder).

During our performance it was tense as someone could blow too hard on their recorder. Otherwise, it was perfect and the audience where great.

It was not only recorders, but from another school, there was a choir who sang three songs, one even in Spanish! A group of teachers played, ‘My Bonnie Lives Over The Ocean,’ on the recorder. The performance lasted for 1 hour and 30 minutes.


Altogether the performance was absolutely stunning. Everybody did their best and blew the audience back!


Grace Year 4

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