Awarded “Inspiring Individual“ at London Faith and Belief Community Awards

I am humbled and honoured to have been awarded an “Inspirational Individual” at the 2021 London Faith and Belief Community Awards. It was wonderful to see all the amazing things fellow Londoners are doing to promote tolerance and kindness, and to help those who need it. The event took place[…] Read More →

Nisa-Nashim : Annual Forum 2021

Last weekend, I took part in the Nisa-Nashim (Jewish Muslim Women’s Network) annual event. Here, I joined in with inspirational community builders sharing ideas about our future. Our focus is community cohesion and social action, and of course enjoying each others’ company!  

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year ! Jewish people have just celebrated Rosh Hashannah, Jewish New Year, and we have entered the  Jewish year 5782.. Meanwhile the new academic year is getting off to a great start, with many many  schools booking face-to-face interactive workshops. Lots of these bookings  are return visits to[…] Read More →

End of Term 2021

As the academic year draws to a close I’d like to thank the very many schools and colleges that Judaism for Schools has visited in 2020/2021,  whether in person or via Zoom or video. Since March we have been back delivering face-to-face interactive sessions and it’s been a joy to[…] Read More →

St John de Bosco College Magazine

Judaism for Schools is proud to feature in the Easter edition of the wonderful Faith Matters magazine, produced by students at St John de Bosco College, Wandsworth. In an in-depth interview, Ruth answers questions about her faith , family and festivals. Thanks must go to Father Andrew Ebrahim and the[…] Read More →

COVID-19 Risk Assessment for Schools

Black Lives Matter

We have all be appalled by the events in the USA this past week-  not only the sickening murder of George Floyd but also the ongoing racism and violence directed  towards thousands of peaceful protestors.   At Judaism for Schools we aim to break down barriers that divide us, looking for[…] Read More →

Lockdown with Judaism For Schools

Judaism for Schools has been spending lockdown in many productive ways . As well as celebrating the important festivals of Passover and Shavuot, we have been adapting our resources for the ‘new normal’. We have produced videos of 2 of our popular workshops/assemblies which are ready for home learning. Do[…] Read More →

Passover and Easter Greetings!

Wishing all our schools and colleges best wishes over Passover and Easter, and hoping we all get though this tricky time as well as we can. Here at Judaism for Schools we’re really missing the face-to-face contact with the many many schools we were due to visit but we’re using[…] Read More →

Holocaust Memorial Event 2020

Judaism for Schools was honoured to introduce Holocaust survivor Leslie Kleinman BEM to the Year 9 students from Fortismere School. Leslie’s testimony of his time in Auschwitz, and the plight of his family, captivated and moved the students greatly. His overarching message was of the need for tolerance and love[…] Read More →