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Pardes House Grammar for Boys

Age group: 10 - 16
Headteacher: Rabbi Dunner
Pardes House Grammar for Boys
Hendon Lane
Finchley
London
N3 1SA
Telephone: 020 8349 4222
Fax: 020 8349 4777

Pardes House Grammar School is an independent secondary school  for Orthodox Jewish boys, with provision for both religious and secular studies. The school is situated in Finchley, London and has approximately 233 students on roll. Pardes House Grammar was opened in 1972 and in 2001, the school moved to its present site, which is a grade 1 listed building.
 
The school states its aim as: ‘besides stressing academic achievements in both general and religious studies’ to put ‘great emphasis on the social, moral and spiritual well-being of the students, whilst affording them the skills to interact with the wider community and show respect for, and value the outlook of others’ .

On leaving school, all the students continue their education in Yeshivos (Talmudical Colleges) in the United Kingdom.

 


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