You can download application forms from this page
The Menorah Primary School was founded to provide a sound religious and secular education for the children of the Golders Green Beth Hamedrash Congregation although since its inception there have been places available at the school for Jewish children whose parents, whilst belonging to other synagogues, have a religious philosophy and observe a standard of orthodox Jewish religious practice in accordance with that set by the Rabbi of the GGBH. The school is provided primarily for children of Orthodox Jewish families who maintain strict observance of Orthodox Jewish religious and cultural norms and other children are admitted only if there are still places available after all such applicant children have been offered places.
With effect from 1st January 2024
- Menorah Primary School for Boys (MPS Boys) will be established as a new voluntary-aided school
- the existing Menorah Primary School will become a single sex school, Menorah Primary School for Girls (MPS Girls)
- MPS Boys and MPS Girls will form a federation, with a commitment to work together under a single Governing Body.
The cut off dates for applications for September 2024 for each of MPS Boys and MPS Girls is:
Nursery: 14th December 2023 Reception Class: 15th January 2024
You should make sure you have read and understood the admissions criteria for this school.
Applicants who wish to be considered under the faith criteria must also complete the school's own Supplementary Information Form below. Please return your complemented SIF directly to the school.
Please note that the MPS Boys admissions criteria can only be formally approved once the school comes into being but we attach the admissions arrangements that formed part of our consultation.
Please find the application forms below.
Please note the Rabbi's certificate and a proof of the child's Date of Birth are required with each application form.
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