Hasmonean High School London NW4 Inspection Report

By Geoffrey Shisler

The Board of Deputies of British Jews, 2008

Hasmonean High School is populated by Orthodox Jewish students. Boys and girls are taught separately in one complex. Though there are differences of emphasis in the Kodesh curricula of the boys' and the girls' schools appropriate to the perceived roles and responsibilities of the two genders in orthodox Judaism, both curricula are firmly rooted in a common ethos of lifelong commitment to orthodox Jewish belief, observance, practice and religious study, combined with an equal dedication to acquiring the secular education needed to function in the modern world. The following report examines the strengths and weaknesses of the school and provides recommendations for improvement.

Topic: Curriculum, Management and Administration, Schools, Orthodox Judaism, Education, Program Evaluation, Leadership

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Coverage: London, England

Language: English

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Shisler, Geoffrey. Hasmonean High School London NW4 Inspection Report. The Board of Deputies of British Jews. 2008: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=14810


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