The aim of Noam is to provide excellence in primary school education that is founded upon Jewish laws, heritage and culture.
Noam is an Orthodox Jewish school providing the Orthodox Jewish community in North West London with access to a high quality education that meets the National Curriculum as well as excellent religious education in accordance with Orthodox Jewish law and practice.
The ethos of Noam is reflected in its mission statement which states that Noam’s aim is to:
Provide children with the tools, skills and confidence to go out into the world as responsible members of society.
Noam seeks to achieve this by ensuring that its students succeed academically. But in addition Noam seeks to develop the whole child by imbuing in each child a love of Orthodox Jewish practice and Torah values with its focus on developing positive personality traits. Jewish prayer and the study of Orthodox Jewish sources as well as programmes that aim to encourage positive character traits are therefore integral to the overall programme followed at the school. In addition Noam places a high value on developing pupils as well-rounded individuals who can play a part in British society. Teaching British values is therefore integrated into the curriculum and is an important part of the pupil’s education.
Noam therefore seeks to:
In the final analysis, if Noam children display a refinement of character and an appreciation for the beauty of Torah-true Judaism, then Noam will be achieving its goals.