Gateshead Jewish Primary School
Category: Strictly Orthodox primary schools, Independent; Headteacher: Rabbi A Hammond
18-19 Gladstone Terrace, Gateshead, Newcastle and Gateshead, NE8 4EA, 0191 477 2154
Gateshead Jewish High School For Girls
Category: Strictly Orthodox secondary schools, Independent
6 Gladstone Terrace, Gateshead, Newcastle and Gateshead, NE8 4DY, 0191 477 3471
Gateshead Jewish Boys
Category: Strictly Orthodox secondary schools, Independent; Headteacher: Rabbi M Kupetz
10 Rydal Street, Gateshead, Newcastle and Gateshead, NE8 1HG, 0191 4771431
By Marcus Dysch, October 1, 2009
Newcastle JSoc is hosting its annual Succah Crawl on Wednesday evening.
Providing a Jewish twist to the traditional pub crawl, the event offers students the chance to eat dinner on the move – with each host providing a different course.
Free transport will be offered between the succot and the evening is free for students. For details visit the Newcastle JSoc group on Facebook.
By Nigel Burnham and Marcus Dysch, August 13, 2009
Rescue teams in the Lake District have criticised a group of 23 yeshivah students who got stuck on a mountain for the second successive year.
An all-night rescue operation was launched on Sunday after the group from Gateshead Talmudical College became stuck while descending the 2,057ft Looking Stead, in one of Cumbria’s most remote valleys.
The male students, aged 14 to 23, were stranded on steep ground in mist and rain after wandering off a fell pass. Many were ill-prepared and were wearing T-shirts and trainers.
By Martin Samuel, August 6, 2009
The next phase of the crisis that is Newcastle United begins this week, with the start of the Football League season. The club is some way from rock bottom, despite the trials of the last year. Starting life in the Championship, there is still some way to fall.
By Faga Speker, July 2, 2009
Local, national and international speakers attracted 100 people to the fourth Newcastle Limmud.
The 30 speakers included Evie Friedman from the Jewish Council for Racial Equality, David Jacobi who explored Israel’s environmental issues and local amateur art historian Kurt Shapira who spoke about the fate of Jewish art in Nazi Germany. There were also workshops on Jewish geneaology, Israeli dancing and wine-tasting.
By Cathy Forman, June 25, 2009
The Sunderland Synagogue building has been put up for sale, three years after the congregation disbanded.
Its owners, the Shlomo Memorial Fund, purchased the Grade II listed building in 2000 with the intention that the Jewish community would use it for as long as possible. The final Shabbat service was held in March 2006.
It had been hoped that the Gateshead community would also utilise the premises, but no interest had been expressed.