Sacks Morasha Jewish Primary School is a day school for pupils aged 4-11 with a commitment to the practice of orthodox Judaism and a strong positive attitude towards Israel and Jewish life. We opened in September 2008, having received the necessary approval from the Department for Children, Schools and Families.
In April 2013, the school moved from the independent sector to become a voluntary-aided school, maintained by the London Borough of Barnet. Applications for admission are now administered by the London Borough of Barnet.
Please click here to view our admissions policy and process.
This process applies to all applications including any of the current classes and Reception 2013 onwards. Please note that the official application process for Reception 2013 has ended and the class is currently full. The application process for Reception 2014 will open in September 2013 – please check our website nearer the time for full details on how to apply.
To apply to the school, two forms must be completed:
1. Common Application Form (CAF)
All applicants will need to fill in a CAF, where possible online. If you live in Barnet you must apply through the London Borough of Barnet. You can list up to six schools on your form, including schools outside the borough. If you live outside Barnet, you can still apply for Sacks Morasha but you must submit your application form to the council where you live.
2. Supplementary Information Form (SIF)
In the event that a class is oversubscribed, priority for admission will be given to applicant families who have satisfactorily completed a SIF. Please download the SIF here.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about our application procedure and policy, or completing the application form. Emails sent to this address are kept confidential and are read only by the governor responsible for admissions.