Beit Shvidler Primary School (formerly Edgware Jewish Primary School) was established by a group of parents concerned about the increased demand for Orthodox Jewish school places in the local and surrounding areas. The one-form entry primary school opened in 2006 and caters for boys and girls aged 3-11. Beit Shvidler has been over-subscribed every year since it opened and became Voluntary Aided in 2011.
Beit Shvidler Primary School welcomes families from a broad range of backgrounds from across Barnet and Hertfordshire. Pupils split their learning time between Chol and Kodesh. We also teach Ivrit throughout the school.
Our pupils are instilled with a love for learning through an outstanding Kodesh curriculum and an excellent Chol education. The school is committed to helping all pupils fulfil their full potential and become well-rounded individuals. It seeks to equip them with the necessary academic and life skills so that they may participate confidently in society with pride in their Jewish identity and so that they may retain a strong commitment to orthodox Jewish practice and Torah values.
Beit Shvidler Primary School is named in recognition of Eugene and Zara Shvidler whose generosity and kindness enabled us to build a new school building.
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