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 Image result for stars of the weekWell done to all the Stars of the Week .... we hope you enjoyed the Head Teacher's Tea Party               "NRPS is a brilliant school and we have loved attending the playgroup over the past year.  Our child is so happy, loves her teachers, has learnt a huge amount and always goes to school with a huge smile.  We have also been so impressed with how warm and welcoming parents and teachers have been." (Playgroup parent April 2018)                  

 Admissions for September 2018.....Please call 020 8202 5646 (option 6) for further information.           NRPS judged good overall by Ofsted October 2017     

About Our School

Nancy Reuben Primary School is a high achieving Independent Selective Orthodox Jewish Schoolfor boys and girls aged 2-11.  The school was rated good overall by Ofsted in October 2017. Our pupils come from Hendon, Golders Green, Finchley, Edgware, St Johns Wood and across North West London.  The school attracts families from both Sefardi and Ashkenazi backgrounds.  Uniquely among local Jewish schools, we have a Play Group and Pre-Kindergarten on site meaning that we cater for children from age 2.   

In April 2017, a new Head Teacher Anthony Wolfson joined the school along with a new Head of Kodesh Mr Jeremy Richards.  They were joined in September 2017 by Mrs Shelley Cohen as Teaching Deputy Head.  The new Senior Leadership Team have set out on a journey to make Nancy Reuben Primary a centre of academic excellence in Kodesh and secular studies.  Supported by a fabulous group of professionals on the teaching and support staff and a new Governing Body this team has really made a massive impact. Consequently NRPS is thriving and going from strength to strength.   In October 2017, Ofsted judged the school as a good school and noted the rapid improvements made in a very short period of time.   

Our distinctive character is that we are a community school and a family in every sense of the word.   The school is well known for its warmth and our uniqueness as a school lies in the fact that despite the rich Sefardi and Ashkenazi traditions of our pupils, the school has always functioned as a family where everyone feels valued and welcome.   

Our parent body is a close-knit group of people who go out of their way to welcome new families and children.  The PTA at Nancy Reuben run an amazing array of events through the year all of which support projects at the school that really enhance provision.  The most recent example of this is the new Early Years Foundation Stage Outdoor all weather classroom which was professionally installed at the end of October 2017.

Our pupils' excellent attainment allows them to go successfully onto secondary schools of choice. Our Summer 2017 cohort of Year 6 pupils went on to Hasmonean, Immanuel, JfS and Haberdashers and once there, we know NRPS pupils flourish.  Pupils who transfer to Hasmonean often make it into the tops sets for Kodesh. 

Our secular and Kodesh Curricula are broad and offer a rich mix of formal and informal learning opportunities through the year.  To support this, since September 2017, we have offered a great new choice of before and after school enrichment clubs including Music, Israeli dancing, Football, Art, Choir, Chess, Netball, Multi- Sports and Gymnastics. 

We invite you to come and see.   We will welcome you most warmly and our Head Teacher and other members of the team will be delighted to show you round and answer any questions.

How To Apply For a Place at NRPS

Application forms are available online. 

Download your Application Form here and then either send it back to us in the post or you can email it back.  Alternatively email our admissions officer at admissions@nrps.co.uk

We give you the opportunity to see the school before completing an application form – we will be delighted to show you around and give you the chance to see the school in action.

Click here for further information about admissions.  You can also call the school 020 8202 5646 and choose option 6 for admission enquiries.