B'nei Mitzvah Programme


The Sha'arei Tsedek B'nei Mitzvah programme offers a dynamic two year Jewish Studies and Bar/Batmitzvah preparation course. The programme has been devised by members of the Rabbinic and teaching teams, who have vast experience in this area of Jewish Education.

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Leo Baeck College:Adult Learning

The Lehrhaus is the Leo Baeck College’s programme in adult Jewish lifelong learning. Following in the footsteps of the Berlin Lehrhaus established in 1920 by Franz Rosenzweig, LBC offers a variety of courses taught by members of its faculty.

The programme has been operating for a number of years with great success. The courses include study in Bible, Talmud, philosophy, Biblical Hebrew, Midrash, sacred music, Jews and art, and others.

This coming year sees the return of many exciting courses plus the addition of on-line learning opportunities to enable even more people to study with the College.

LBC is also delighted to offer, for the first time, Modern Hebrew Ulpan classes as part of the Lehrhaus. LBC has partnered with the World Zionist Organisation to enable those who would like to learn or improve their Modern Hebrew. Different levels at different times are available. Classes will be taught by experienced Ulpan teachers.

LBC welcomes anyone interested in furthering his or her Jewish knowledge and invite you to contact Jarek Lodzinski on +44 (0)20 8349 5600 or  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . for more information.

To register for any of our courses, please download their registration form.

LBC now accepts online payments for all courses.



Friday 18 August, 5.45 pm - 6.45 pm

Our Summer Class will be taking place this Friday, Friday 25 August and Friday 1 September. Further information from This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  


Religion School

Our Vision …

Is to engender in our students a love of Judaism and a desire to become committed participants in the Jewish community.  We seek to achieve this by providing them with a positive experience of Judaism, Hebrew, Israel,spirituality and community as well as a love for and sense of belonging to their own community.  

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Alonim Kindergarten

The Synagogue’s Kindergarten, where learning is fun!

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