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By Robyn Rosen, January 21, 2010
The new JFS chair of governors is accountant Michael Glass, 47, a foundation governor at the Kenton school since 2006 and vice-chairman for a year.
“I think it’s a very exciting challenge,” the Edgware resident said. “It’s time to move forward and concentrate on the academic elements and Jewish studies progression.”
He has two children, aged 13 and 16, who are currently JFS pupils and a third who finished last year.
Outgoing governors’ chair Russell Kett said the Supreme Court decision on JFS admissions was the “lowlight” of his tenure.
By Jay Grenby, January 14, 2010
Star British paralympian Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson gave a motivational address to Jewish primary school staff members at a teacher training day at the Sobell Sinai in Kenton.
Those present included the heads of the United Synagogue’s five primaries — Hertsmere, Ilford, Moriah, Wolfson-Hillel and the host school — along with 150 teachers.
Hertsmere JPS head Michele Bazak said: “This was a wonderful opportunity for the staff to engage in an educational dialogue. They exchanged ideas without the restraints they encounter in other settings.”
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