Schools and teachers need more support in delivering education about the Holocaust, according to a leading expert.
Karen Pollock, chief executive of the Holocaust Educational Trust, said that four out of five school staff teaching the Holocaust were self-trained.
More teachers needed to be able to access the training available, including that provided by HET.
A strictly Orthodox school for children with special needs has been praised by Ofsted for its teaching of British values.
Haskel School in Gateshead was singled out by Chief Inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw in Westminster on Tuesday, as he launched the inspection service's annual report for 2014-2015.
As an ambassador for University Jewish Chaplaincy, Rabbi Jonathan Hughes visits schools and encourages pupils to embrace their Jewish identities as they move to university.
It may come as a surprise, then, to learn that, growing up, he was more likely to become a footballer than a rabbi - and he only found Judaism at the age of 18.
A 13-year-old Israeli girl has described her shock after a Jewish academic refused her request for help with a school project “until there is peace in Palestine”.
Shachar Rabinovitch said she had been excited to email Marsha Levine, a former Cambridge University expert with more than 40 years of experience working with horses.
A homophobic Facebook post by a mother at King Solomon High branding the school’s LGBT week as “filth” and “an abomination” has sparked outrage among parents and students.
Parents have raised concerns after it emerged that two Jewish schools have proposed ending the system of feeder primary schools within the next two years.
Suggested changes to the admissions criteria of Yavneh College and JCoSS were announced this week, as a six-week consultation exercise began.
At present, Clore Shalom Primary and Hertsmere Primary hold feeder status to Yav
The current head of the Menorah Foundation School in Edgware has been announced as the new headteacher of Yavneh Primary School when it opens next year.
Caroline Field will take up the position next summer, ahead of Yavneh Primary’s grand opening in September 2016 with an inaugural reception class.
Jewish schools have been named as some of the best performing in the country in the Sunday Times’ exam league tables, published this week.
Hasmonean High School, in Mill Hill, north-west London, was number one in the rankings for non-selective comprehensives.
The school saw 81.5 per cent of all its A-levels graded A*-B and 60 per cent of its GCSEs graded A* or A.
The lack of coordination between Jewish primary and secondary schools in the admissions process – which this year left some pupils without places at Jewish schools - is “unacceptable”, according to the headteacher of Moriah Jewish Day School.
Two Jewish schools have made it into the top 20 of the Sunday Times’ list of the 200 best-performing state primary schools in the UK.
Akiva School in Finchley, north-west London, ranked highest, at number 14, while King David Primary School in Manchester came in at number 17.
The Independent Jewish Day School Academy in Hendon, north-west London, featured at number 94.