Manchester Mesivta has been assessed as a “good school with outstanding features” by Ofsted inspectors.
The inspectors reported that “the school is very successful in achieving its aim to develop in pupils a passion for learning”.
They were also impressed by the respect shown between the secondary school’s 200 pupils and by its leadership and management. Head Phaivish Pink provided clear direction and inspired staff with his love of the school and determination to improve its quality of education.
However, the inspectors did suggest that the school could provide more vocational subjects for less able pupils.
The voluntary-aided Manchester Mesivta was established in 2004 as a successor to Manchester Jewish Grammar School.