Three good reasons I ammaking schools’ coverage my priority
both primary and secondary, has expanded the educational landscape for teachers, parents and children.
There are now far more options readily available and parents have greater freedom to select an institution that more accurately reflects their religious ethos.
Naturally, questions arise along the way. Have Jewish schools reached saturation point? Are we adequately equipping our children for life in the wider, multi-faith world? And as more schools are admitting non-Jewish children, what sort of impact does this