‘Out­stand­ing’ re­sult for Lib­eral Jewish Syn­a­gogue Nurs­ery

The Jewish Chronicle - - NEWS -

THE LIB­ERAL Jewish Syn­a­gogue Nurs­ery School has been up­graded from “good” to “out­stand­ing” in its latest Of­sted in­spec­tion.

In­spec­tors, who dropped in unan­nounced on the nurs­ery — which is si­t­u­ated in­side the lib­eral syn­a­gogue in St John’s Wood — in July, marked it as “out­stand­ing” in all ar­eas.

They said that “the staff and man­age­ment team fo­cus sig­nif­i­cantly well on their work with chil­dren” and “an ex­cel­lent com­mit­ment to ac­cu­rate self-eval­u­a­tion

School re­sults in staff im­ple­ment­ing highly ef­fec­tive ac­tion plans across the nurs­ery”.

Other ar­eas they com­mended were the staff’s re­la­tion­ship with par­ents, and the safety of all its pupils.

Chair­man of the LJS Nurs­ery com­mit­tee Bar­bara Fi­dler cel­e­brated the re­port as “a won­der­ful trib­ute to our su­perb head­teacher, Caro­line Vil­liers”.

Ms Vil­liers founded the nurs­ery, which cur­rently has 31 chil­dren on its roll call, 11 years ago, with the aim of wel­com­ing pupils of all faiths while main­tain­ing its “Pro­gres­sive Jew

ish ethos”.

PHOTO: DAVIES COM­MU­NI­CA­TIONS

head Caro­line Vil­liers with pupils

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