Over 600 parents and prospective pupils attended the first promotional days for the cross-commual JCoSS secondary school due to open in 2010.
The majority attended on Sunday, when there were queues outside the site of the future JCoSS buildings in Barnet. They were able to take a virtual tour created from architects' drawings and hear governors' chair Robert Shrager outline the school's aims.
"We want to bring out the very best in our children, whether in the academic sphere or vocationally," he said. "And also to be tolerant of those whose Judaism differs from their own."