Mill Hill

Mathilda Marks Kennedy School sorry for data breach on pupil's health

June 2, 2014

The head of a Mill Hill Jewish primary is “mortified” by the disclosure of a pupil’s medical condition in an email sent in error by an administrator to the parents of all children. The message, detailing how to deal with the student, had been intended solely for Mathilda Marks-Kennedy staff.

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Jewish Speed Dating ages 40-55 at The 3 Hammers, MAR 23

By The Speed Dating, December 17, 2013
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Sunday 23 March
8:00pm - 10:00pm

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Jewish Speed Dating ages 45-60 at The 3 Hammers, FEB 23

By The Speed Dating, December 17, 2013
Time:
Sunday 23 February
8:00pm - 10:00pm

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Jewish Speed Dating ages 40-55 at The 3 Hammers, JAN 26

By The Speed Dating, December 17, 2013
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Sunday 26 January
8:00pm - 10:00pm

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Top marks for Mathilda

October 28, 2013

Mathilda Marks Kennedy primary’s Jewish studies teaching has been judged as “outstanding” by Pikuach inspectors.

The inspection team looked at pupils’ progress and achievement, the quality of teaching, leadership and management and the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development in the Mill Hill school.

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Gove observes a flying start to Etz Chaim site

By Sandy Rashty, October 21, 2013

Education Secretary Michael Gove joined communal leaders at the official opening of the permanent Etz Chaim Jewish Primary premises in Mill Hill last Friday.

Etz Chaim, one of the government’s free school projects, has been operating from nearby temporary accommodation since 2011.

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Visiting festival chazan enjoys his album entry

By Simon Rocker, September 16, 2013

The visiting High Holy Day chazan for Mill Hill Synagogue has released an album of Jewish music, including a modern version of one of the central Rosh Hashanah prayers.

Simon Cohen, who grew up in Hampstead Garden Suburb and made aliyah 18 years ago, will be returning to sing in London after officiating at Mill Hill for the past four years.

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Innovative Hasmonean girls win a trip to India from charity

By Sandy Rashty, May 20, 2013

Five teenage Hasmonean girls have won a trip to India this summer in recognition of their charitable endeavours.

Three-hundred teams of five 13-18-year-olds entered the Wings of Hope Achievement Awards, recognising innovative methods of fundraising towards free education in schools in India and Malawi.

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Bug hits Mathilda Marks Kennedy School

By Zoe Winograd, March 25, 2013

Mathilda Marks Kennedy School in Mill Hill closed last Friday (March 15) due to an outbreak of norovirus. Head teacher Jillian Dunstan said: “We were advised by the Health Inspection Agency to close the school to prevent further spread of the virus.” The school, which has 220 pupils from nursery to year six, was reopened on Monday.

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Admiring words from Blair at Mill Hill opening

By Zoe Winograd, March 18, 2013

Tony Blair praised “what the Jewish community and faith represents in the world today” when addressing the 640 guests at Sunday’s opening of Mill Hill Synagogue’s £3.2 million community centre.

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