The Jewish Chronicle
11-plus joy for Naima JPS
LOCKDOWN CONSTRAINTS proved no bar to pupils from Naima JPS who achieved the school’s best 11-plus results in a decade.
They secured its highest number of academic scholarships, with success at Francis Holland, Queen’s College and Immanuel College, and its first art scholarship at Immanuel.
Overall, 30 places were offered by schools including North London Collegiate, South Hampstead, Highgate,
UCS, City of London Girls, and Haberdasher’s Aske’s Boys and Girls.
“The key to the children’s success was that, even during lockdown, our pupils were engaged and the full curriculum was being taught,” said headteacher Bill Pratt.
Even during lockdown, the full curriculum was taught’