New­head for Si­mon Marks

The Jewish Chronicle - - Community Life - BY CRAIG SIL­VER

THIRTY-NINE-year-old Ni­cole De­lamere is the new head­teacher of the Si­mon Marks Jewish Pri­mary in Hack­ney. She takes up the post in Septem­ber fol­low­ing the de­par­ture of Lau­rie Rosenberg, who has been head for six years.

Mrs De­lamere, cur­rently as­sis­tant head at Ne­wham Park Pri­mary, told the JC that she was “thrilled” at the op­por­tu­nity. “The school is suc­cess­ful and it is my in­ten­tion to build on the vi­sion of the for­mer head.” She wanted Si­mon Marks to be “an out­stand­ing bea­con aca­dem­i­cally while pro­mot­ing the val­ues of Ju­daism”.

Gov­er­nors’ chair Peter Kessler added: “We now have more pupils [202] than at any time and the best aca­demic record of any pri­mary school in Hack­ney. Our new head has been in­flu­en­tial in mak­ing Ne­wham Park Pri­mary into an out­stand­ing ed­u­ca­tional es­tab­lish­ment.

“We be­lieve she will take Si­mon Marks to new heights.”

New head Ni­cole De­lamere

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