Rosh Pinah Primary School

Welcome to our School

Rosh Pinah Primary School, founded in 1956 is a larger than average two-form entry Orthodox Jewish Primary School located in the heart of the thriving Edgware Jewish Community. The school caters for over 500 children from Nursery to Year 6 and operates on two sites roughly one mile apart. The Nursery Unit is based at Mowbray Road and Reception to Year 6 are taught at the Main School in Glengall Road.

Post Office

Six Rosh Pinah children met a very special Post Office worker today when they took their letters to be posted. Matthew Offerd MP for Barnet was there opening the Glengall Road PO after extensive refurbishment. The Rosh Pinah Pupils Aimee Hilburn Y1, Katie Barrell Y2, tyler Welby Y3, Talie Levinson Y4, Jacob Reuben, Y5 and Josh Burman Y6 brought letters to send to the 6 charities the school has support though Tzedaka this year including; the PDSA, Emunach, Noah's Arch Childrens Hospice, British Friends of Reuth, youth Aliyah Child Rescue and Kisharon.
 

The Three Weeks

The Fast of the seventeenth of Tammuz was on Tuesday 15th July. This day is the anniversary of the breach in the walls of Jerusalem by the besieging Babylonian army which led to the destruction of the temple. The children saw a big Lego model of the Temple in the playground and were invited to put down bricks to fill in the gaps in the wall surrounding it. Click here.
 
The school is working well to increase pupils' knowledge and understanding of other cultures through links with other schools.

Ofsted December 2009

The feeling of community within the school.

Parent January 2013

Well thought out planning of lesson material and strong organisational skills of senior staff.

Parent January 2013

Extremely happy with this amazing school! Thank you.

Parent January 2013

As a Jewish faith school, Rosh Pinah takes very seriously its role in developing SMSC (Spiritual, Moral, Social, Cultural)

Barnet December 2011

My children feel safe and supported by staff.

Parent January 2013

Within the context of the values enshrined in their mission statement, the school gives clear and consistent teaching and guidance to pupils on living a good life, forming good and supportive relationships with others and in understanding their place in the wider world.

Barnet December 2011

The sense of community and there is definitely a feeling of being part of the Rosh Pinah family.

Parent January 2013

The pupils are taught how to cherish their own heritage whilst also learning about other cultures.

Ofsted December 2009

The confidence that the children gain through their opportunities to speak in public at chaggim and shabbat celebrations.

Parent January 2013


Sukkot in school

Sukkot in school

Reception visit Andrew's Fruit Shop before Tu Bishvat

Reception visit Andrew's Fruit Shop before Tu Bishvat

Tzivos Hashem Sukkot Workshop

Tzivos Hashem Sukkot Workshop

Tzivos Hashem Sukkot Workshop

Tzivos Hashem Sukkot Workshop

Y4 Kentwell

Y4 Kentwell

Yom Haatzmaut

Yom Haatzmaut

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