Sinai Jewish Primary School is the largest Jewish primary school in Europe with 639 pupils on roll. It prides itself on being a big school, with a big heart, offering big opportunities. The school endeavours to ensure their classrooms, resources and facilities match their high teaching standard, and the current Year 4 area remains untouched since the doors to Sinai opened in 1980. Due to cuts in government funding, the flooring, walls, wiring, plumbing and layout have not been upgraded in nearly 40 years.
Thanks to The Gerald and Gail Ronson Family Foundation, Sinai is finally able to begin an extensive upgrade programme to overhaul this tired corner of the school. This will hopefully be complete by September 2020, ready for the new academic year.