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HOW TO APPLY TO A JEWISH SCHOOL 
Each year applications must be made before 31st October for all Year 7 admissions and 15th January for Primary Reception admissions. Here is a checklist to help you meet all the requirements.
 
SECONDARY SCHOOL PLACE OFFERS - FAQS
The process of applying for secondary places can be stressful and those going through it are often anxious, especially as key deadlines approach. We hope the information in this link will be helpful in understanding the process.


JEWISH SCHOOLS IN LONDON AMONG UK'S BEST
Jewish primary schools in London have been recognised as among the nation’s best in 2015, according to a new government report which says faith schools are “dramatically over-represented” in the league tables. Read more 

GESHER SCHOOL
Gesher is a new educational project aimed at transforming the lives of Jewish primary aged children (aged 4-11) with special educational needs.  Our vision is to create a school by 2017 that allows 56 children to access a Jewish primary special school.



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Application deadlines

For school applications for September 2017, the recording of Shabbat morning synagogue attendance runs between 2 May 2016 and 9 January 2017 at United Synagogues. For applications made outside the usual round, parents should contact their synagogue in order to make the necessary arrangements.

The application deadline for primary school reception places for September 2017 is 15 January 2017. The application deadline for secondary school places for September 2017 is 31 October 2016. Please contact independent schools for their handing in of application deadlines.

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Age Group: 11 - 18
Headteacher: Mrs Debbie Lebrett
11-18 Holders Hill Road
Hendon
London
NW4 1NA
Phone: 020 8203 1411
Fax: 020 8203 4526
Hasmonean High School is a high-performing, comprehensive school serving the Orthodox Jewish community of north west London. Boys and girls are taught on separate sites in Hendon and Mill Hill respectively, and the school as a whole has 150 places on offer for Year 7.
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Age Group: 11 - 18
Headteacher: Mrs Rachel Fink
2-4 Page Street
Mill Hill
London
NW7 2EU
Phone: 020 8203 4294
Fax: 020 8202 4527
Hasmonean High School is a high-performing, comprehensive school serving the Orthodox Jewish community of north west London. Boys and girls are taught on separate sites in Hendon and Mill Hill respectively, and the school as a whole has 150 places on offer for Year 7.
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Age Group: 11 - 18
Headteacher: Mr Charles Dormer
87-91 Elstree Road
Bushey
Hertfordshire
WD23 4EB
Phone: 020 8955 8938 (term time) 020 8950 0604 (holidays)
Fax: 020 8950 8687

Immanuel College is an HMC independent senior and preparatory co-educational school located in a tranquil 11-acre site dominated by Caldecote Towers, a Grade II listed 19th-century mansion, in Bushey, Hertfordshire (on the outskirts of north London).  The senior school educates pupils aged 11 to 18 years of age, who study for GCSE, IGCSE and A Level courses, whilst the Preparatory School, which opened in September 2011 with a Reception class for 4-5 year-olds, will educate pupils aged 4-11 years of age. 

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Age Group: 11 - 18
Headteacher: Mr Patrick Moriarty
Castlewood Road
New Barnet
London
EN4 9GE
Phone: 020 8344 2220
Fax: 0871 918 2214

JCoSS is the UK's only cross-communal Jewish Secondary School - inclusive and outward-looking, challenging and innovative, the school embraces excellence in all that it does. Its focus is on academic excellence through a variety of setting, accelleration, extension and enrichment.  JCoSS has 180 places on offer for year 7.

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Age Group: 11 - 18
Headteacher: Simon Appleman
The Mall
Kenton
Middlesex
HA3 9TE
Phone: 020 8206 3100
Fax: 020 8206 3101
JFS is Europe’s largest Jewish secondary school with more than 2,100 pupils on its roll. It was established in 1732 and today is based in a new state-of-the-art campus in Kenton – which was built in 2002. The school has 300 places on offer for Year 7 and offers places to between 40 and 60 students who wish to transfer into the Sixth Form after GCSEs.
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Age Group: 11 - 18
Headteacher: Mr Matthew Slater
Forest Road
Barkingside
Ilford
Essex
IG6 3HB
Phone: 020 8498 1300
Fax: 020 7117 3340
Kantor King Solomon is a voluntary-aided school based in Ilford. It was established in 1993, and today caters for 950 pupils from across north London. The school has 150 places on offer for Year 7.
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Age Group: 11 - 18
Headteacher: Mrs Brigid Smith
Childwall Road
Liverpool
L15 6UZ
Phone: 0151 722 7496
Fax: 0151 738 0259

King David High School is a voluntary-aided co-educational secondary school based in Liverpool.

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Age Group: 11 - 18
Headteacher: Mr Brian Levy
Eaton Road
Manchester
M8 5DY
Phone: 0161 740 7248
Fax: 0161 740 0790

King David High School is a voluntary-aided co-educational secondary school based in Manchester. 

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Age Group: 5 - 18
Headteacher: Mrs Sora Kopfstein
1011 Finchley Road
London
NW11 7HB
Phone: 020 8455 7843
Fax: 020 8209 0994

Kisharon Day School is the only Jewish special needs school in North West London. The school can accommodate 28 children and caters for a wide range of educational needs, from moderate learning difficulties and autistic spectrum disorders to more severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties. 

 

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Age Group: 11 - 18
Headteacher: Mr Jeremy Dunford, Executive Principal
Wentworth Avenue
Leeds
LS17 7TN
Phone: 0113 269 3176

Leeds Jewish Free School is a new school due to open in September 2013.

Grounded in the core Jewish values of the importance of family, of education and of being an active contributor to the community, the school will be open to pupils of all faiths and none.

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Age Group: 11 - 16
Headteacher: Rabbi Yoel Rabinowitz
The Community Centre
18 Raleigh Close
Hendon
London
NW4 2TA
Phone: 020 8203 8618
Fax: 020 8203 8618

London Jewish Girls’ High School is a strictly orthodox independent secondary school for girls only based in Hendon, London. There are approximately 125 students on roll.  

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Age Group: 11 - 17
Headteacher: Mrs Helen Freeman
Lubavitch House
107-115 Stamford Hill
London
N16 5RP
Phone: 020 8800 0022
Fax: 020 8809 7324

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.  

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Age Group: 11 - 18
Headteacher: Acting Head - Mr Mark Critchlow
Beechwood
Charlton Avenue
Prestwich
Manchester
M25 0PH
Phone: 0161 773 1789
Fax: 0161 772 9170

Manchester Mesivta is a strictly Orthodox, voluntary-aided, high school for boys located in Prestwich, Manchester.

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Age Group: 11 - 18
Headteacher: Mr Kevin Brown
Abbots Road
Edgware
Middlesex
HA8 0QS
Phone: 020 8906 9756
Fax: 020 8959 1557

Menorah Grammar School is a strictly orthodox, independent secondary school for boys only, based in Edgware. There are approximately 126 students on role. 

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Age Group: 11 - 18
Headteacher: Mrs Esther Pearlman
105 Brook Road
London
NW2 7BZ
Phone: 020 8208 0500
Fax: 020 8452 5796

Menorah High School for Girls is a voluntary-aided secondary school for Orthodox Jewish girls located in Dollis Hill, London. The school opened in September 2001, progressively building up from Year 7, and there are now approximately 195 girls on its roll. 

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Age Group: 10 - 16
Headteacher: Rabbi Dunner
Hendon Lane
Finchley
London
N3 1SA
Phone: 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.  

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Age Group: 11 - 18
Headteacher: Deputy Head - Mr G Leventhall
Eaton Road
Crumpsall
Manchester
M8 5DY
Phone: 0161 741 5029
Fax: 0161 741 5084

This is a section of King David High School for boys only. For more information contact the school.

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Age Group: 11 - 18
Headteacher: Mr Spencer Lewis
Hillside Avenue
Borehamwood
Hertfordshire
WD6 1HN
Phone: 020 8736 5580
Fax: 020 8953 2749
Yavneh College is situated in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire. Established in 2006, the state-of-the-art campus for 1,000 pupils aged 11-18 yrs is situated on a 13-acre site. The school was awarded Academy status in July 2011.
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Age Group: 11 - 18
Headteacher: Rabbi C Benson
Eaton Road
Crumpsall
Manchester
M8 5DY
Phone: 0161 740 7248
Fax: 0161 740 0790

This is a section of King David High School for girls only. For more information please contact the school.

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Age Group: 11 - 16
Headteacher: Deputy: Mrs Claire Neuberger
Egerton Road
Stamford Hill
London
N16 6UB
Phone: 020 8826 5500
Fax: 020 8826 5505

Yesodey Hatorah Girls is a voluntary-aided secondary school for girls only, serving the Orthodox Jewish Charedi community of Stamford Hill and has approximately 309 girls on its roll.

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