At Brodetsky we recognise the importance of the role of the school in the community in creating a partnership between children, the parents and the staff.
We provide a nurturing environment for every pupil. We pride ourselves on having a caring and dedicated team of teachers and staff, and work collaboratively with our parent body and governors to ensure that every child feels valued and achieves their potential.
We aim to deliver an outstanding education across both the National Curriculum and our Jewish Studies Curriculum in order to create a generation who will be knowledgeable and committed to their faith and values and will become outstanding citizens within the Jewish and wider community…read more
Brodetsky Primary School is an Orthodox Jewish School committed to excellence in learning, education and achievements. We value the contribution of all members of our community, children, staff, parents, governors and friends. It is important that in order to achieve our aims we provide a warm, caring, friendly atmosphere and a safe and ordered environment in which Every Child Matters.read more
The children will have the opportunity to bake their very own Matza. They will ground their own flour, mix it to make a dough, roll it out, add the holes and bake it!
*Please note that due to the time it will take the children to bake the Matza it will not be Kosher for Pesach.
Year 5 children from Brodetsky and Allerton Church of England will be meeting up in the Brodetsky Hall to talk about their faiths.
Brodetsky children will be taking the Allerton Church of England children through the experience of a Peach Seder and Allerton Church of England Children have prepared a presentation for Brodetsky children about Easter.
Lots to learn from each other!