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Radlett Reform provides children with a number of religious & cultural activities



Holiday Schemes

We run various schemes at Pesach, in the summer and during Chanukkah.


Our staff are trained extensively and their priority is the health, happiness and well-being of all the participants.


Our activities range from farm visits, archery and rifle-shooting to friendship bracelets, football and kite-making to silly games, finger painting, cooking and dancing and so much more!


Please email for more information

4th Radlett Scouts

4th Radlett Scout Group is a predominantly Jewish Group, meeting at and supported by Radlett Reform Synagogue.




  • Beavers is for boys and girls aged 6 to 8.
    They meet in the back hall Tuesdays 6.00 to 7.00 pm.
  • Cubs is for boys and girls aged 8 to 10½.
    They meet in the back hall Tuesdays 7.05 to 8.15 pm.
  • Scouts is for boys and girls aged 10½ to 14.
    They meet in the back hall Wednesdays 7.15 to 8.30 pm.
Find Out More
For further details on the 4th Radlett Scout Group, please contact Jo Hulman via the synagogue office on 01923 856110. Further information can be found at

RSY Netzer

RSY-Netzer is an open and welcoming community. It’s a great place to meet other young Jews, engage with Judaism and make it relevant to our lives.

  • We’re working with other local Reform communities and RSY-Netzer (the youth movement associated with Reform Judaism) to supply regular activities for young people.
  • We are involved in RSY-Netzer Venture Days; day long or over-night programmes that give young people the opportunity to socialise with likeminded others, try new things and develop with confidence.
  • We also encourage our young people to participate in RSY-Netzer’s amazing events from Shemesh (two-week Summer Camp) to month-long Israel Tour.

Find out more on the RSY Netzer website



Our Cheder is open to members of Radlett Reform and caters for children in Reception – Year 6 (“Gan” – “Vav”).


  •  30 Sessions per year
  •  6 equal half terms
  •  1 (or more) family learning experiences (“Fundays”) per term
  •  1 hour of Hebrew reading practice per week (using text books, Israeli newspapers and the siddur)
  •  1 hour of Jewish learning per week
  •  Trained madrichim (leaders) in every classroom and at break time to support the teacher

Find out more

Space is very limited, but for queries please contact


Sun, 29 November 2020 13 Kislev 5781