School News

The latest news about the Lubavitch Senior Girls School.

MAT Parent Survey

Dear Parents,

Re: Parent Survey

We wanted to also assure parents that the survey is completely anonymous and that it is not possible for us to identify individuals from any aspect of the survey.

If you haven’t yet managed to complete the survey, it can be found at .

We understand , that some parents are having difficulty completing it for multiple pupils, we suggest using different devices to work around this i.e. another PC or Mobile Phone.   Alternatively,  you may wish to use the paper copies that we will send home tomorrow.  Paper copies should be handed in to the school office in a sealed envelope marked survey. Further paper copies are available from the… Read More »

Friday Timing


From this Friday onwards, there will be school until 3.00pm.

Please remember to provide lunch for your daughter.

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Our School Show - Providence In Baghdad featured pupils from all classes at LSGS. The show was a huge success and enjoyed by all!

Congratulations to everyone, staff and pupils, that took part especially to Year 12 and 13.






The plan

The plan is that a new multi academy trust, The Lubavitch Multi Academy Trust, is established and takes responsibility for the running of the three schools.

·         Lubavitch Junior Boys School

·         Lubavitch Ruth Lunzer Girls Primary School

·         Lubavitch Senior Girls School

The plan has the support of the Directors/Trustees of the Lubavitch Foundation. Importantly, it has also been approved by the Department for Education (DfE), which means the new Trust would take responsibility for running the Boys School. Parents… Read More »


Message to all staff at Lubavitch Senior Girls' School, Girls' Primary and Boys' Primary Schools regarding the new Mutli Academy Trust


My name is Mrs Helena Cohen and I am writing to introduce myself as the new Interim CEO of the three schools.  My Interim appointment has been agreed by the Members of the new Multi Academy Trust,  Lord Stuart Polak, Rabbi Pesach Efune, Rabbi Yeremi Angyalfi,  Mr David Arden and myself,  and the new Trustees, Lord Stuart Polak, Rabbi Dubov, Mr Gary Inglis, Mr David Arden, Ms Lada Sullivan, Ms Samantha Coleman and Ms Fiona Bulmer. The Members and Trustees bring a knowledge and understanding of Lubavitch, together with a wealth of experience and skills that they can all contribute… Read More »



Dear Parents

After careful consideration and consultation  I have decided to break up for Succos one day earlier. School will now finish Monday 2nd October at 4:30pm

I am sorry for the late notice and hope this does not cause you too much inconvenience.

Hot Weather

During this current hot spell school will be finishing after Mincha.


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Parents Evening

Dear Parents

This is a reminder that there is no open evening tonight, it is taking place next week on Tuesday the 9th of May.

School that day will finish at 3:30pm for years 7-10

There will be supervision on site for any pupils who have to stay until 4:30pm

Also that day the pupils who did not finish watching the end of term reward film will have the opportunity to watch the film at 3:30pm

Yud Alef Nisan

The birthday of the Rebbe is Friday Yud Alef Nissan / 7th April. A Program has been arranged for  Years 7-13. This will include Davening, Chittas, Panim and more. Our aim is for the girls to have an inspirational day even while on school holiday.

DrawingWishing you A’Kosher un Frelichen Pesach.

The Staff of LSGS

Department of Education

 We are proud to have received the below letter from Nick Gibb and the Department of Education.

Well done!


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Year 9 had a guest speaker, Mike Freer.

Mike was elected as the Member of Parliament in May 2010 with a majority of 5,809, and re-elected in 2015 with 50.9% of the vote and a majority of 5,662. 

Conservative, he was elected as the Member of Parliament (MP) for the constituency of Finchley and Golders Green at the 2010 general election. Freer is a former leader of Barnet Council and a former councillor from the Church End ward in Finchley

Bad Weather

 In the case of inclement weather, the school will, as far as possible, remain open.  We will communicate to you by Email and on the school website as far as possible by 7am.  Updates will be given throughout the day.


Medication in School

In September 2014, the government issued some new guidance on supporting students with medical conditions.

LSGS' Medical Policy can be found here. Medication must be handed in to the office with a written letter from a parent. Best practice, where possible, is for students to take medication before they go to school, as soon as they get home from school, and then in the evening, depending on the intervals between dosages.

Medical Information Form

If your daughter develops a condition which the school needs to know about and you haven't mentioned it please complete a medical information form and email it to or drop it into… Read More »


Students at Lubavitch Senior Girls' School are delighted to announce that they will be performing "In Those Days In This Time" a dramatic performance based on the story "In Those Days in This time" by EG Shwartz. The show will take place on the evening of Sunday 11th and Monday 12th December as well as a matinee performance on Sunday 11th December for children.

We have a brilliant cast and rehearsals are in full swing!!!

Look forward to seeing you there.

TAG Event

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Thank-you to the parents who were able to attend yesterday’s Event on Internet Awareness and Safety. We feel this was an extremely important topic to inform parents about. I would strongly recommend that those parents who were unable to attend connect with parents that did and also read through the handout.

We are by no means the experts in this field, but we do feel it is our duty to impart our knowledge and signpost our parents and carers for further support and guidance in this area. We are extremely grateful to Rabbi Heller for his perspective and also to Rabbi Roth who came from TAG.

You will be aware the internet hosts many exciting opportunities for education. The online world is a wonderful place for young people to… Read More »

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