The Mosaic Jewish Primary School is a cross communal, mixed school, dedicated to creating an environment in which children can grow to their fullest potential as responsible and dedicated members of the Jewish community and of British society.
The school opened in September, 2013 under the Government’s Free School Initiative, with a reception class, incorporating progressively all year groups. This means that by the time the first children reach Year 6 in 2019 there will be upto 360 children in the school.
The school is independent of any synagogue authority and welcomes pupils of all denominations and levels of religious observance as well as non-Jewish pupils who wish to share in the high standards of academic achievement we aim to deliver.
We aim for our pupils to become lifelong learners inspired by a love of “learning for the sake of learning” through a rigorous comprehensive academic programme of general and Jewish studies which places a priority on critical, independent and creative thought and expression.
At the same time, our pupils will be encouraged to understand and appreciate the wisdom, spiritual depth and ethical guidance of Judaism.