Thank you for your interest in Sinai School.
Sinai School is a warm, caring and nurturing school with high academic standards and high expectations underpinned by the principles of a strong love of Judaism and Israel.
These principles include: the welcoming of every Jew, creating a sense of belonging, encouraging and preparing for lifelong learning, spiritual growth and practice, mutual responsibility within the community and the wider world, and the importance of Israel in Jewish life. We welcome all children into the school community whose families are able to respect the School’s ethos and its importance to our school community.
We would strongly encourage you to come to view the school for yourselves. A member of the Senior Leadership Team would be delighted to escort you round our wonderful school.
Admissions Information 2021/22
Once the documents have been completed please e-mail them to the schools admissions officer firstname.lastname@example.org
For all parents applying for Reception you will also need to apply through your own home borough. Please see below the links to help you with this. If you need any further assistance please contact the school with any queries or enquiries.
- Hertsmere – www.hertsdirect.org/services/edlearn/admissions/
- Harrow – www.harrow.gov.uk/admissions
- Barnet – www.barnet.gov.uk/e-admission
- Brent – www.brent.gov.uk/admissions
- Camden – www.camden.gov.uk
CRP POINTS FOR 2021 / 22
Sinai Jewish Primary School has worked with the Office of the Chief Rabbi and the United Synagogue as part of a group application to vary our admission arrangements for the 2021/22 academic year. A revised, interim Certificate of Religious Practice (CRP) form has been submitted to the Office of the Schools Adjudicator as part of this application. The Office of the Schools Adjudicator is currently processing an exceptionally large number of similar applications from schools across the country as a result of Covid-19. We have not yet received notification that our application to vary our admission arrangements by using this revised CRP form has been approved. However, we know that some schools using the same form have had their application approved. The CRP process would, in a regular year, have commenced at the start of May. Therefore, in order to allow parents sufficient time to complete the requirements of this interim CRP form, and having taken legal advice, Sinai Jewish Primary School has taken the decision to publish the form in advance of formal confirmation from the Office of the Schools Adjudicator so that parents/carers are informed of the requirements necessary to establish faith priority.