About Our School

Nancy Reuben Primary School was established in 1999 as an Independent Selective Orthodox Jewish School for over 200 children aged 3 -11. The school also has a separately Ofsted registered Play Group and Pre-Kindergarten on site. The school is centrally located in the heart of Hendon and attracts pupils from Hendon, Golders Green, Finchley, Edgware and across North West London.

 

Nancy Reuben prepares pupils to achieve places at the best secondary schools in London. Our children's excellent attainment allows them to go successfully onto secondary schools of choice. Currently pupils go on to Hasmonean, Immanuel, JfS, Haberdashers and other selective independent secondary schools. Small classes ensure that pupils reach their full potential.

 

Nancy Reuben Primary School is a unique school. Our children generate an excitement and exhibit a commitment to their work that permeates the whole school. 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 diverse backgrounds and traditions of our pupils, we have always functioned as a family where everyone feels valued and welcome. We are the school of choice for families of shlichim who come to London for a couple of years as well for families of academics coming to London as part of Fellowship or other academic placements. 

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How To Apply

Application forms are available online and from the school offices. 

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 schools before completing an application form – we are proud to show you our facilities and give you the chance to see the schools in action.

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