Welcome to the Friends of Barrow Hill.
We are a committed group of parents with a vision to support the school by fundraising. We are currently looking into new ways to do so as our usual fundraising events can not be held due to the pandemic.We look forward to keeping you up to date with our endeavors in our new blog.
If you're new to the area and would like a school with the highest academic standards and a vibrant school community, contact the school office at Barrow Hill Junior School at 0204-506-1530 or check out the school website at https://www.bhjs.co.uk
Our kids had a fun afternoon in their year group bubbles watching a movie with a snack.
We received wonderful support from Tesco. Our order was unusual this year as it was for large quantities of 3/4 products. The staff went out of their way to fulfil the order.
Your contributions help us fund activities and equipment to inspire our children's love of learning. Thank you for your support.
Our Winter Fair topped our fundraising expectations. The success was thanks to the dedication of parent volunteers, teachers and the school staff. We had fun whilst raising funds for the school. FoBH are grateful for all the ongoing donors and supporters. It is always much appreciated.
It was a fantastic afternoon of food, drinks and fun. A huge to thank you to everyone who volunteered, whether it was chopping strawberries, flipping burgers, making salads, baking sweets, mixing drinks, ferrying groceries, popping popcorn, lining recycle bins, or working the stalls. Special thanks, as always to our student volunteers! And a massive thank you to Tesco for donating a very long grocery list, and to Gail's for the yummy sweets.
Lastly, thank you to all our parents who are leaving the school this year: your dedication and enthusiasm has given all our kids a better education and a happier community.
We were very excited to celebrate the official opening of the school's new Science Lab on 4 April 2019. It is the only fully kitted out lab in Westminster in a primary school, and one of very few in the country. Our Year 5 and 6 Science Ambassadors welcomed the Lord Mayor of Westminster, Councillor Lindsey Hall, and the Westminster Deputy Director for Education, Richard Stanley, as well as parents and students. They performed a number of experiments which showed the gathering just how excited and engaged students are when learning science hands-on. The Friends of Barrow Hill was honoured with a commemorative plaque as thanks for the efforts of the parents who dedicated an enormous amount of time and effort to raise the funds to build the lab. Thank you everyone!
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Have an idea for a fundraising event? Let us know and we'll help you run it.
We're looking for people to help plan and run our events.