Bnos Zion of Bobov is an independent primary and secondary day school providing education for
girls aged between three and 12 years. It is owned and operated by the local Bobov community.
The school building is formed from two adjacent houses in the Stamford Hill area. It serves the
ultra-orthodox Jewish Bobov community. Yiddish is the main community language.
The school is registered for 165 pupils. Currently there are 158 pupils on roll, all girls. One student has a statement of special educational needs. Most pupils have a home language other than English but only the youngest children are at the
earliest stages of learning English.
The school aims to deliver a first-class education, firmly based on Torah principles but taking
account of the National Curriculum. The school highlights the importance of the `5 Cs' with all
members of the school community: contribution, challenge, caring, consistency and
communication. It sets out to develop in each girl her Charedi Jewish identity alongside an
understanding of British values and institutions.
The school has drawn on support from the local authority learning trust to guide it in developing
the Early Years Foundation Stage.
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