Summer 2017 Overview

Inset training at the Diocese of Westminster: Ruth delivered a lively INSET session to a group of teachers from across London. Hosted at the Diocese of Westminster, the theme of the day was” Practical approaches to the teaching of Judaism in the classroom “. Feedback was very positive. Judaism for[…] Read More →

November Overview

November has been a really busy month for Judaism for Schools.As well as visiting primary schools across London we hosted a group of Year 12 students from APS school in Haringey, who visited Muswell Hill Synagogue. Their Year 12 A level units on Judaism were brought to life by Ruth,[…] Read More →

Mitzvah Day 2016

November 27th was a great chance for our Director Ruth and other members of Muswell Hill Synagogue to work alongside women from the Wightman Road Mosque, collecting food for 2 local food banks housed in nearby churches. This was a wonderful example of Jewish and Muslim friends working together for[…] Read More →

Happy & Healthy Jewish New Year

Judaism for Schools wishes all our schools a Happy and Healthy Jewish New Year! On 2nd and 3rd of October, Jewish people around the world will be celebrating Rosh Hashanah – Jewish New Year. We’ll be welcoming in the year 5777 by eating, singing and praying together. Pomegranates, honey cake[…] Read More →

Holocaust Memorial Event

February 2016 On Monday 8th February Muswell Hill Synagogue hosted it’s annual Holocaust Memorial Event, giving local students the opportunity to hear direct testimony from a survivor. In the current political climate, with far right parties gaining ground in mainland Europe, it’s especially important to mark the liberation of Europe[…] Read More →

Interfaith Cultural Exchange Visit

January 2016 Last Sunday (31.1.16) a large group of chatty and intelligent women met up for conversation and refreshments. Nothing unusual about that…except that this group comprised of women and girls from the London Islamic Cultural Society at Wightman Road Mosque, and Muswell Hill Synagogue. Arranged by Ruth Jampel and[…] Read More →