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Director of Education opportunity @NNLS_Masorti

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New North London Synagogue currently has a fabulous job opportunity: Director of Education
For the detailed Job Description and Person Spec see: http://www.nnls-masorti.org.uk/page.php?ID=155
Applications by CV and detailed covering letter to Claire Mandel, Executive Director on execdirector@nnls-masorti.org.uk
Closing Date: 30th January 2015

 

Job opportunity: Work for Tzedek’s Education Team

The Jewish International Development Charity, Tzedek is seeking an outstanding and inspirational educator who can lead from the front as well as motivate our enthusiastic staff, volunteers, and Jewish communal leaders . Find out more about the Tzedek Education Programmes Director role here or email Jude on jude@tzedek.org.uk or call Tzedek on 020 3603 8120

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Tutoring: How many Jewish Teachers tutor?

I just came across a newly launched tutoring agency called J-Teach
What are other teachers experiences of tutoring? Do you tutor GCSE or ALevel students, 11+ or Common Entrance? Do you tutor students from the school where you teach, or friends of friends’ children? Please put your comments below, so we can start the discussion.

How PaJeS can help YOU find a job!

Partnerships for Jewish Schools (PaJeS) is new services organisation for Jewish schools across the UK. As well as offering curriculum advice, investing in teacher training, and looking at broader strategic issues, we are keen to connect Jewish teachers with Jewish schools so they can see for themselves what it might be like to work in these high achieving, yet warm and caring environments.  Continue reading

UJIA JAMS – Supporting Jewish pupils in non-Jewish schools

The past twenty years has seen a rapid expansion of Jewish schooling across the UK. If you follow the Jewish media, you could be forgiven for thinking that each passing week brings with it a new building, or group of parents setting up a free school, or fundraising campaign for one of the existing institutions.

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