Year 7 and 8

Time Activity
08:30 – 09:00 Tutor period or assembly
09:00 – 09:50 Period 1
09:50 – 10:40 Period 2
10:40 – 11:00 Break
11:00 - 11:50 Period 3
11:50 – 12:40 Period 4
12:40 – 13:20 Lunchtime
13:20 – 14:10 Period 5
14:10 – 15:00 Period 6
15:00 - 15:50 Period 7
15:50 – 16:00 Afternoon Tutor period (14:10 - 14:30 Fridays only)
16:00 – 17:15 Extended electives & study club (voluntary)

Year 9, 10 and 11

Time Activity
08:30 – 09:00 Tutor period or assembly
09:00 – 09:50 Period 1
09:50 – 10:40 Period 2
10:40 – 11:30 Period 3
11:30 - 11:50 Break
11:50 – 12:40 Period 4
12:40 – 13:30 Period 5
13:30 – 14:10 Lunchtime
14:10 – 15:00 Period 6
15:00 - 15:50 Period 7
15:50 – 16:00 Afternoon Tutor period (14:10 - 14:30 Fridays only)
16:00 – 17:15 Extended electives & study club (voluntary)

NOTE: On Friday all year groups have form time from 2.10pm - 2.30pm and are then dismissed to go home

Every day at Ealing Fields starts and ends with a period of silence which helps students cultivate a habit of reflectiveness.

The spiritual routines used in morning tutor times and assemblies are in common with Twyford and William Perkin and are designed to give every individual, irrespective of their own faith background or culture, space to centre themselves and therefore engage fully with the community life of the school.

The formal framework for this routine is drawn from the Christian tradition and this gives shape to the core values of the school.

The PSHE programme within the school is also values driven and encourages students to develop a strong sense of social responsibility inspired by the examples of inspiring stories of individuals from world history and current affairs. In the upper school the programme also supports students to reflect on the development of interpersonal and employability skills as well as providing careers guidance and IAG.

The pastoral programme also uses a framework of Bible stories which give students an understanding of the narratives which have informed British culture and RE/Ethics is a compulsory subject which is used to teach critical thinking & problem solving as part of the afternoon extension offer.

Our Café is open for breakfast, during break and lunch times and after school. It is an enjoyable, vibrant and colourful space with an outdoor area containing picnic benches and canopies. 

Our food is supplied by Innovate. Everything has to start with fantastic quality and responsible food. Across our wide, diverse and ever-changing menus, we ensure that everything is safe, sustainable and tastes great. We only source from farmers, wholesalers and catering butchers that are audited to UKAS accredited standards and meet the highest possible assurance levels.

We have a huge variety of really exciting dishes to try. We’re talking about global street food, our famous curry Thursdays, modern vegetarian and vegan, and traditional fish and chips. There’s something for everyone to enjoy at all times of the day.

We are committed to becoming an ‘Impact Organisation’ and doing whatever we can to create a better world. We operate a sustainable and responsible business model, minimising packaging (especially plastics), food waste and energy consumption, whilst maximising recycling and composting.

As an Impact Food Group caterer, our vision and values are entirely aligned to working with our schools to create a positive food culture and helping more students eat better food. All meat served in the café is halal.

The 3-week deli menu and 3-week restaurant menu can be found below.

Menus

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We believe that everyone will enjoy this café-style dining experience with its quick and cashless service. Parents need to register with ParentPay for students to be able to enjoy the cashless service.

Please find communications from Impact Food Group below:

Impact Food Group

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To find out about registering for free school meals, please refer to the information on our Policies section.

On 27th March 2017 Ealing Fields High School kitchen received the top rating of 5 = very good from Ealing Council's Food Regulatory Services Officer the rating certificate is shown below.

Ealing Council has signed up to a new national food hygiene ratings scheme (in partnership with the Food Standards Agency). The scheme will give information about the hygiene standards in establishments where food is served. Please visit Ealing Council's website for further information.

Free School Meal Vouchers and Financial Support from Ealing Council

Ealing Council are providing assistance and supermarket vouchers to families in need this winter:

Free School Meals

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Ealing Fields encourages the spirit of courageous endeavour which supports effective learning and strong habits of leadership in its learners. Students are encouraged not to be afraid to take calculated risks in their learning as the most profound progress often requires us to work outside our comfort zones.

At Ealing Fields, we aim to foster a culture where we will encourage our students to experiment and try - in the spirit of growth, and embrace failures as the preparation for future successes.

An essential element of this process is a commitment to feedback and self-evaluation for students, staff and the wider school community to embrace it as a powerful strategy for learning and improvement.

It is this confident approach to building students’ capacity to develop as learners which aligns most closely to the values of the Twyford Trust. In all Trust schools students are introduced to a balanced and aspirational set of disciplines referred to as the 10:10 ethic.

Using these approaches all students are encouraged to see themselves as having good gifts which they are to develop not simply for themselves but also for the benefit of others within the community.

Students are supported to be honestly self- evaluative – recognising their gifts but also being able to acknowledge weaknesses without negativity but with a commitment to self-improvement. Within this strong communal ethos, students become resilient to overcome difficulties and highly aspirational to meet personal goals.

We welcome applications from families who are keen to embrace this energetic culture of challenge and self-improvement – within a prestigious family of highly successful schools.

To foster a sense of community and competition, Ealing Fields has a House System. The houses are named after well-known citizens from Ealing, who have all made positive contributions to the disciplines within the Ealing Fields Curriculum Strands.

Each tutor group belongs to one of six houses. The houses will provide a broader source of identity for students, and inter-house competitions will fuel a friendly rivalry that leads each year to the awarding of the house trophy. The trophy will be competed for through points gained for a wide range of performance indicators and enrichment activities.

Each house undertakes fundraising for its own named charity through 'enterprise days' where students are expected to work together in a business-like way on projects to promote the work of its charity and to raise money on their behalf. 

  • Byron - Honeypot Children's charity
  • Chambers - NSPCC
  • McQueen - Greenpeace
  • Perceval - Make A Wish
  • Springfield - Friends of Amasango
  • Yeats - Meadow House Hospice

A formal system of positive conduct points is used to reward positive conduct and students are encouraged to take a pride in the cumulative points which are collected by each tutor group and house as well as each individual.

Negative conduct is picked up equally quickly and a same day detention system operates so that students immediately reflect on their mistake and are ready to move on from it.

Undoubtedly this makes Ealing Fields a strict school – but also one which cultivates self- discipline and mutual responsibility.

We believe that:

  • Good behaviour is beneficial to the community as well as the individual
  • Every opportunity must be given for negative conduct to be redeemed by positive conduct
  • Only through consistent usage of the system by all stakeholders can the conduct of our students improve

Celebrating Success

Students will be recognised for classwork, homework, engagement and representing their house. These successes will be celebrated in assemblies, in the school newsletter and with the following termly net conduct point certificates:

Bronze – 25 points Silver – 50 points

Gold – 100 points Platinum – 200 points

Sanctions

The following sanctions will be enforced within the context of a lesson:

  • Verbal warnings (no more than 1)
  • Moved seating in classroom
  • Sent to shadow timetable teacher / Head of Department removal from classroom
  • Same‚Äźday detention set for student
  • Removed from lesson by duty teacher (automatic SLT detention & letter to parents)

Detention System

Threshold System

Permanent Exclusion

The following actions will lead to an automatic permanent exclusion:

  • Supply of illegal drugs
  • Possession of knives or firearms
  • Physical assault of a member of staff