Noam Primary secretary Joanna Serfaty proved herself a real high-flyer on Sunday with a sponsored skydive in aid of the school's new home project.
Ms Serfaty jumped from 10,000ft at the Parachute Centre in March, Cambridgeshire. "It's the most terrifying thing I have done," she said.
Noam will be moving from Wembley to a site closer to its pupils, who are mostly Hendon and Edgware based. Ms Serfaty said she wanted to do "something dramatic and crazy to raise money for this lovely school which I've grown really attached to. I've seen how hard people work behind the scenes and every fundraising activity is such a great boost."
She has previously completed another parachute jump and a sponsored hang-glide in aid of the school and has raised more than £8,000.