School passes key stage
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Twins Edward and Henry Brewer and Hannah Kupfer enjoying Mosaic life
South London's first Jewish school, the Mosaic Primary, has received the keys to what will be its permanent home in Roehampton from Wandsworth Council.
Subject to planning permission, the school - which opened in temporary accommodation in Wimbledon in September - will move to a purpose-built site by September 2015. The plan is ultimately to provide places for up to 420 children in a two-form entry school.
The permanent site in Roehampton Lane, known locally as Hartfield House, is a large, two-storey, red-brick building. It stands within landscaped grounds ideal for outdoor play and learning activities.
"We are extremely fortunate to have secured such a lovely site," said Mosaic head Kate Baum. "We have enjoyed such a wonderful start and our current and prospective families [of pupils] are eager to see the school grow."