By Jessica Elgot, June 10, 2011
Parents of pupils at Simon Marks Jewish Primary in Stamford Hill have expressed concerns that the school is moving away from traditional Orthodoxy.
Some of the parents, who did not wished to be named, said they felt the governors did not listen to their concerns about Masorti services being held on school premises.
By Robyn Rosen, November 18, 2010
The location has been revealed for Haringey Jewish Primary, one of the new government-funded free schools which is set to open next September.
Peter Kessler, joint project leader, told a meeting of 200 parents that the school would be in Creighton Avenue, Muswell Hill, next to the well-regarded Fortismere secondary. He hoped it could share some Fortismere facilities.
"It will be a completely new building which is not the case for many of the new free schools," he said. "If approved, the government will fund it, which is an amazing opportunity."
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December 3, 2009
Members of Muswell Hill Synagogue got closer to their twin Ukrainian community of Rovno through a Skype link-up during a fundraising evening at the home of Margaret and Stephen Brearley.
Over 70 guests dined Ukrainian style — blintzes, stuffed cabbage and mushroom stroganoff — and there was klezmer music from the Stewart Curtis trio. The £1,150 proceeds will help furnish a computer room at a nursery.
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November 5, 2009
A non-Orthodox chavurah in Crouch End, north London, is celebrating its first birthday.
The group holds services and dinners and attracted over 50 people to a Seder. More than 30 families and a number of individuals are now involved and other activities include Hebrew classes for children. “It is amazing how many Jews there are in Crouch End who seem excited by our presence,” said founder member Karen Goldstone.
By Leon Symons, May 7, 2009
Muswell Hill Rabbi David Mason chose his induction speech at the synagogue on Sunday to reveal that he wanted to start work on an eruv for the north London community.
Chief Rabbi Sir Jonathan Sacks and Rosh (head) Beth Din Dayan Menachem Gelley looked on as Rabbi Mason told the congregation that the synagogue would continue to be “an attractive and inspiring option for young families who live in the area and who may be unaffiliated or considering joining synagogues of other bodies.