Simon Marks Jewish Primary School Inspection Report

By Michael Binstock

The Board of Deputies of British Jews, 2012

Simon Marks Primary School is a one-form entry voluntary aided primary school for boys and girls aged 3-11. The school aims to provide a rich and relevant Jewish education through which children will gain a commitment to Torah values, a strong Jewish identity and a positive attitude towards Israel. The inspection looked in detail at the following: (1) the quality of leadership and management, (2) the quality of the curriculum, (3) the quality of learning, teaching and assessment, (4) the quality of provision and outcomes for all groups of pupils, and (5) the impact of the school's actions to bring about improvement. 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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