Jewish Primary School plans move to Roehampton
A new primary school currently in temporary accommodation is set to move to a permanent home.
Mosaic Jewish Primary School (MJPS), the first Jewish primary school to open is South London, has plans to relocate to a former carehome in Roehampton Lane, Roehampton.
The school collected the receipt of the keys from Wandsworth Council this week, with hopes the move will take place by September 2015 subject to planning permission.
Thirty pupils enrolled at the school in temporary accommodation last September, located in Queensmere Road, Wimbledon.
The school will expand to provide places for 420 children, half of which will be of Jewish and the other half from other faiths or none at all.
MJPS is expected to provide school places for families moving to Roehampton following the creation of new residential developments in the area.
Kate Baum, headteacher, said: "We are extremely fortunate to have secured such a lovely site for a new London school.
"We have enjoyed such a wonderful start in our first year at MJPS and our current and prospective families are eager to see the school grow and develop into its new purpose-built home."
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