Saturday 28 May 2016

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Dance Festival

2016 Ealing Borough Dance Festival - 25th May 2016 at 6pm

A Collaborative Dance Event with Ealing High Schools and Primary Schools, held at FHS
Collect your vouchers for the show from Student Services or Ms Caulfield
£2 Adults
£1 Children
Under 5s free




Sky Sports Film Cricket Action

Middlesex County Cricket Club support B20 Cricket at FHS

On Tuesday 26th April, forty Year 7,8 and 9 students took part in a B20 cricket tournament here at Featherstone High School. B20 is a new game invented by the people at Middlesex County Cricket. Angus Fraiser, an ex cricket England and Middlesex player, came along to watch the students in action. Sky sports were also there filming and the school featured on the sky sports news channel on Wednesday morning. All student involved thoroughly enjoyed themselves and our visitors were very impressed with the standard of both boys and girls cricket within the school.




Featherstone Student is Regional Poetry Winner

Year 11 student, Iqra Ismail was excited to find out today (14th April) that her poem 'Trick of the Light' has been published in the Young Writers' Anthology - South East Poets. Not only that, her poem was awarded 'Best Poem' for the South East category.

Students around the country were asked to write a poem on any theme and convey their passion for their subject through verse. 322 other students entered the competition in the South East and Iqra's poem, as the winner of the region, will now go forward to find the best poem country-wide.

English Teacher, Ms Friswell said, 'Iqra is an inspirational writer with a unique flair for poetry; her interesting outlook on the world shines through.' Headteacher, Mr Wadwa added, 'We are exceptionally proud of Iqra who, alongside her many sporting and other academic achievements, has managed to win the South East Poets category against some very talented competition.

Click here to read her poem.


Coding Challenge Winner

Year 12 student, Pinal Parmar won the Astro Pie competition (17-18 age category) to produce a piece of music. The compeition required entrants to code Sonic Pi music for British Astronaut, Tim Peake to listen to in space. Please click the link below to listen to her music.

Sonic Pi is an open-source programming environment, designed for creating new sounds with code in a live coding environment.



Celebrating Exceptional Progress

Featherstone High School is in the top 20% of non-selective schools in the country for progress our Key Stage 4 students make. This "Educational Outcomes Award" will be presented to the Headteacher at a celebration evening.

We are very proud of our students and staff and want to thank our parents for their on going support. Together we achieve.






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Half Term
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Half Term