The PR Office appointed by Partnerships for Jewish Schools

The PR Office has been appointed by Partnerships for Jewish Schools (PaJes), the largest support network for Jewish schools in the UK.

Shimon Cohen

The PR Office will focus on a media relations programme to raise the profile of PaJeS and Rabbi David Meyer, its executive director, as the thought leader on matters related to Jewish schools and education.

Rabbi David Meyer, executive director at PaJes, said: “The issues facing the Jewish community and our schools are increasingly more complex. Through our partnership with The PR Office, PaJeS can ensure it is kept updated of any developments, and that it communicates the needs of our community in an effective and positive manner.”

Shimon Cohen, chairman at The PR Office, added: “Our objective is to showcase the important work PaJes is doing for Jewish schools, as well as support it with the current challenges facing the faith schools’ sector.”

PaJes seeks to identify the areas in which Jewish schools can work together, and provide them with high quality support, services and strategy to help them achieve their goals. It works with over 100 Jewish primary and secondary schools across the UK, and its curriculum materials are taught in more than 50 schools.

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