One major change confronting Noam Primary pupils returning to face-to-face schooling on Monday was a welcome one. Pupils returning to their new campus in Burnt Oak, north London, discovered the school had changed its name. It will now be called the Shalom Noam Primary to honour the Moshal family who helped fund its new building. Shalom is an anagram of Moshal. The newly-built campus opened its doors for just three weeks before being forced to shut last March due to Coronavirus restrictions.
Governors’ chair, Nahva Rose, said: “As we begin, please God, to look beyond the pandemic and welcome our children back to school, Shalom Noam pupils and parents can look forward to a state-of-the-art Jewish education with an equally impressive new campus, thanks to the foresight and generosity of the Moshal family and all those who have invested in the Jewish future.
Pupils arrive on the first day back after 2-months’ of home-schooling to see the new school campus frontage.
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Bayla Kaye, Chevi Gubbay, Na’ama Friedman, Mikael Weisz, Benji Azoulay