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Nancy Reuben Primary School

Age group: 2 - 11
Headteacher: Mr Anthony Wolfson
Nancy Reuben Primary School
48-50 Finchley Lane
Telephone: 020 8202 5646
Fax: 020 8203 7568
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Established in 1999 as an Independent Selective Orthodox Jewish School for over 200 children aged 2-11.  The school has a Play Group (age 2) , Pre-Kindergarten (age 3) Kindergarten (age 4) and classes from Reception to Year 6 (age 5-11).   Nancy Reuben Primary School is a unique school. Our children generate an excitement and exhibit a commitment to their work that permeates the whole school. Our distinctive character is that we are a community school and a family in every sense of the word.  The school is well known for its warmth and our uniqueness as a school lies in the fact that despite the diverse backgrounds and traditions of our pupils, we have always functioned as a family where everyone feels valued and welcome. 

Our Ethos

We strive for academic excellence whilst endeavouring to create a caring and nurturing environment that will ensure the spiritual, moral and academic growth of each and every child in a Torah framework.  Our curriculum comprises Secular (60%) and Kodesh (40%).

At NRPS, the wonderful staff work to instill Torah values, good middot and self confidence in all our pupils that will stand them in good stead for the future.  Our children's excellent attainment allows them to go successfully onto secondary schools of choice.  Currently pupils go on to Hasmonean, Immanuel, JfS, Haberdashers.

Our Philosophy

At NRPS we aim to...

Educate our children to the highest possible academic standards in both Secular and Kodesh subjects.

Instill in our pupils a love of, and commitment to, Torah values and Mitzvot.

Inspire in our children a love of learning, and a desire to acquire knowledge, which extends to both Secular and Kodesh.

Build self-esteem and confidence within all our children; we recognise and celebrate every child's individuality, and strive to create an atmosphere of acceptance where children respect each other and themselves. 

Develop children who are well-rounded individuals, and a credit to our community, through the Middot of responsibility, modesty and consideration.

We take great pride in the diversity of our pupils’ backgrounds and aim to create a community in the school which understands and values individual traditions and customs. 


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