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Menorah Grammar School for Boys

Age group: 11 - 18
Headteacher: Mr Kevin Brown
Menorah Grammar School for Boys
Abbots Road
Edgware
Middlesex
HA8 0QS
Telephone: 020 8906 9756
Fax: 020 8959 1557
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Menorah Grammar School is a strictly orthodox, independent secondary school for boys only, based in Edgware. There are approximately 126 students on role.
 
Menorah Grammar School was established in 1978 with the aim of providing a high quality education within a caring and secure Torah environment. Its purpose is to provide education for boys from the strictly observant Jewish community of North West London and to successfully blend religious and secular education.
 
The school provides a designated special educational needs department, the Darchei Noam Centre, which is linked closely to the mainstream educational provision of the school.
 
All students go on to study in Yeshivah having taken GCSEs, and most take A levels.
 


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