Rosh Pinah Jewish Primary School

By Fayge Levenberg

The Board of Deputies of British Jews, 2009

Rosh Pinah is a modern orthodox Zionist school, established in 1956. The inspection looked in detail at the following: (1) whether the Ivrit and Jewish Studies curricula complement each other suitably so that there is (a) a minimum of unnecessary duplication between the two and their assessment targets and (b) the optimum use is thus made of available teaching time, (2) whether the needs of all pupils are being met in the teaching of Hebrew reading and whether the school is achieving the highest possible standards in this area, (3) whether the quality and delivery of the school's curricula for Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Development, Every Child Matters and welfare issues justify the grade of Outstanding given in the school's self-evaluation, and (4) whether the targets at which the new Head of Department was aiming for were realistic in relation to the available allocated teaching time for Ivrit and Jewish Studies, whether he had fully appreciated the obstacles hindering the achievement of these targets and whether present action plans adequately show how these targets can be achieved. The following report identifies the strengths and weaknesses of the school and provides recommendations for improvement.

Topic: Curriculum, Management and Administration, Schools, Orthodox Judaism, Education, Judaic Studies, Program Evaluation, Leadership, Boys, Jewish Studies, Students, Zionism

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Coverage: London, England

Language: English

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