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Lubavitch Senior Girls' School, Stamford Hill

Age group: 11 - 17
Headteacher: Mrs Helen Freeman
Lubavitch Senior Girls' School, Stamford Hill
Lubavitch House
107-115 Stamford Hill
London
N16 5RP
Telephone: 020 8800 0022
Fax: 020 8809 7324
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Lubavitch Senior Girls’ School is a strictly orthodox, small secondary school for girls only based in Stamford Hill, Hackney. The school became voluntary-aided in June 2012 and there are approximately 120 students on roll. It serves the Orthodox Jewish community and caters specifically, but not exclusively, for families who follow Chabad Lubavitch customs and traditions. Most students come from North and North West London, and some girls travel from the surrounding areas including Edgware, Luton, Bournemouth, Wimbledon and Ealing.

The school aims to inspire its students to become true and responsible representatives of Torah  Judaism and Chabad Chassidism. It strives for high standards of work and behaviour both in Kodesh (Jewish Studies) and in its Chol (National curriculum).The school encourages pupils to further their education in Seminary.

 


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