Alonim Kindergarten takes the Early Childhood learning experience from Ordinary to Extraordinary!
Alonim Kindergarten’s mission is to create a dynamic, engaging, Jewish, child-centred community characterised by developmentally appropriate learning, inquiry based exploration, scientific investigation, genuine diversity, and consistent respect.
We offer families the assurance of a safe, caring, and nurturing environment for their children and an atmosphere of support and understanding for themselves.
We view children as powerful individuals. We respect children for who they are now, as well as for their potential. We provide open-ended materials which invite and cultivate thinking, collaboration and representation of ideas. Learning is embedded in all aspects of our day through meaningful experiences and opportunities for hands-on and minds-on engagement.
We use many of today’s best practices in education including, but not limited to project-based learning, collaborative exploration, and differentiated instruction. We follow the EYFS as set by the Department of Education.
Our dedicated teachers facilitate the learning process by actively listening to and observing the children. They enable opportunities for discovery and problem solving, guide and document the learning process and nurture individuals and relationships. Our teachers help build a sense of community in each classroom and throughout the Kindergarten.
Alonim Kindergarten is recognised and rated as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted.
All our staff are qualified in Early Years. We employ staff who hold a minimum of NVQ/CACHE Diploma Level 2 and the majority of our staff hold Level 3. Two members of our staff have a Degree in Early Childhood Education. Two members of staff have QTS. We encourage and support all our staff to attend ongoing training for their CPD.
Roz Levenson, Head Teacher
T: 0203 115 1610
Patsy Maltz – Deputy Head
T: 0203 115 1611