More in class for teacher training
The London School of Jewish Studies has been awarded 10 extra places for its 2012 primary school teacher training programme. The increased allocation from the Training and Development Agency for Schools allows the LSJS to take in 35 applicants.
New LSJS chief executive and former Wolfson Hillel Primary head, Jason Marantz, said the school-centred initial teacher programme had "produced outstanding teachers for many years. We are delighted the TDA recognises this."