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Educational and Vocational

Educational and Vocational



school4.jpgLubavitch House is home to:

  • Crèche and Kindergarten, (100 boys and girls), comprising five rooms, offices, and an enclosed playground.
  • Voluntary Aided Girls' Primary School (151 girls), comprising seven classrooms, a lounge, offices, reception area, staff room.
  • Senior Girls' School (101 girls), comprising six classrooms, specialist rooms for cookery, language learning, and art, with offices.

The schools are aimed at providing a happy and spiritually-inspired education for the age ranges 1 through to 17. In addition to Torah learning, there is a very high standard secular curriculum, with girls achieving well above the national averages in GCSE, A/S and A2 levels.

VISTA (Vocational Insitute of Stamford Hill)

vista.jpgLubavitch House is also home to VISTA Training which provides vocational training for adults and older adolescents from the wider community. A high proportion of trainees are from the local strictly-orthodox community, but also from from the non-Jewish community.

VISTA's work which has attained the Investors in People award, has done much to improve employability in this deprived area of London. Courses normally last 6 months leading to vocational qualifications in areas such as computing, child care, book-keeping, and learning English as a second language (ESL). An important aspect of VISTA's work is the provision of English-language training for recent immigrants including many refugees. 



The Lubavitch Ruth Lunzer Girls' Primary school caters for girls aged 4 to 11. The school admits pupils of all backgrounds within the Jewish community.
The Lubavitch Senior Girls School aims to inspire its pupils to become true and responsible representatives of Torah Judaism and Chabad Chassidism.
Vista Training prepares students with with vocational qualifications which enable them to adapt to their workplace with ease.