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’

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