Brodetsky Primary School is a voluntary-aided co-educational school in Leeds, West Yorkshire. Established in 1959 the school offers extensive classroom space and large grounds. The school caters for a total of 259 children, with 45 places on offer for reception.
There is also a nursery that caters for 39 children, which along with the early years curriculum, teaches children about Judaism and the festivals. Also on the same site is the private Deborah Taylor Nursery for children aged 0-3.
Brodetsky aims to provide a balanced secular and Jewish education for children in an orthodox Jewish environment. The school aims to give its children an understanding for their religion, a love of their heritage and a respect for traditional Torah values. The main school teaches the National Curriculum as well as Hebrew and Jewish Studies.
Various class visits are organised throughout the year, including a four-day residential trip for Year 6 pupils in the Yorkshire Dales.
In its last Ofsted report in 2009, inspectors said: “Brodetsky is a good school with outstanding features. Effective leadership and management combined with good quality teaching means pupils make good progress in their academic work and achieve excellent levels of personal development.”
The report added: “The curriculum provides pupils with a wide range of diverse learning experiences that helps them achieve well academically and outstandingly in their personal development. The school’s strong emphasis on creativity is particularly evident in the vibrant displays of excellent artwork around school.”
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