Beis Yaakov Primary School Inspection Report

By Michael Binstock, Malcolm Lebrecht

The Board of Deputies of British Jews, 2007

Beis Yaakov Primary School is a larger than average two-form entry voluntary aided school for strictly orthodox Jewish girls aged three to eleven. The school's mission is to serve the orthodox Jewish community by offering a broad, balanced and inclusive education, rooted in an ethos of Torah values. 50% of the school curriculum is devoted to Jewish Studies. The following report outlines the strengths and weaknesses of the school and provides recommendations for improvement.

Topic: Management and Administration, Schools, Orthodox Judaism, Girls, Education, Program Evaluation, Leadership, Planning

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Coverage: London, England

Language: English

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Binstock, Michael. Lebrecht, Malcolm. Beis Yaakov Primary School Inspection Report. The Board of Deputies of British Jews. 2007:


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