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Cheder Head Teacher

The Cheder Committee and Trustees are seeking to appoint a well qualified dynamic and passionate Headteacher to lead Sha’are Tikva from January 2022.

Sha’are Tikva – The Gates of Hope School of the S&P Sephardi Community – has been educating the youth of our historic community since the 17th Century, making it the oldest and longest running institution of Jewish learning in the UK.

Sha’are Tikva is an integral part of our community. It is where we engage our youngest all the way through to post Bar/Bat Mitzvah, educating them in the values of Judaism and the traditions of the Sephardic community.

The Cheder is based at Lauderdale Road Synagogue, Maida Vale and is open for all Jewish children aged 3 – 14. Classes meet on most Sunday mornings from September to July.

The S&P Sephardi Synagogue is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects all staff to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced DBS check.

To request a full job description or to send your CV & cover letter please contact:

Closing date for applications: Monday 1st November 2021

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