Clore Tikva School Inspection Report

By Loretta Harstein

The Board of Deputies of British Jews, 2007

The school has existed for seven years and offers education across the age-range and is currently over-subscribed. Pupils vary in their experience of Jewish life outside school. While most are from the Progressive Jewish community, others are from Masorti and Orthodox communities, and a small number are not Jewish. The school was founded in the pluralist philosophy that is reflected in the school's ethos. The following report examines the strengths and weaknesses of the school and provides recommendations for improvement.

Topic: Curriculum, Management and Administration, Schools, Masorti Judaism, Orthodox Judaism, Pluralism, Conservative Judaism, Education, Program Evaluation, Leadership, Planning

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Coverage: London, England

Language: English

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