WELCOME TO RIMON 

Rimon is a warm, welcoming and inclusive modern Orthodox Jewish primary school based in the heart of North West London. We are a high achieving, academically rigorous school and we strive to support all of our children to develop to the best of their abilities – all while prioritising the social and emotional well-being of each child. 

We are so proud to be part of each child's journey, assisting them to become knowledgeable, skilled, confident and responsible members of our local and wider community. We believe that all Rimon graduates should understand their obligation to make positive contributions to their families, friends and communities as well to general society as British citizens.

We offer a values-based curriculum at Rimon where children's secular (National Curriculum) and Jewish Studies are integrally linked to Modern Orthodox Jewish practice, learning right and wrong, commitment and responsibility, faith and loyalty, tolerance and diversity as well as a rigorous pursuit of all-round excellence and worldly knowledge.

Our school motto of Wisdom, Knowledge and Joy means that our staff are dedicated and fully committed to ensuring that all children at Rimon are happy and well educated young people, equipped with the skills and thirst for learning to continue their secular and Jewish studies within, beyond and outside of school. That makes us exceptionally proud of them.

 

Rimon prioritises the social and emotional well-being of all pupils.  We know the importance of providing children with the tools they need to develop resilience, problem-solving skills and build healthy relationships with their peers and teachers. 

Sarah Simmons, Headteacher

Sarah Simmons, Headteacher

Rimon Jewish Primary Testimonial

"Pupils’ behaviour is exemplary. They are polite and courteous to visitors and staff." 

OFSTED, 2018

Rimon Jewish Primary Feedback

“Rimon is a school unafraid to take on challenges and new ideas. It is a diverse school that courageously strives for community and togetherness.”

Pikuach, 2018