Sinai Trustees are sad to announce that our Early Years and Youth Worker, Naomi Goldman, will be leaving her position at the end of this month, to take up a new role as Education Outreach Officer based at Brodetsky Primary School.

Naomi's influence on Sinai over the last few years has been amazing, and so many more people in the wider Leeds Jewish community have shared celebrations and events at Sinai because of her infectious optimism. Sinai will continue to benefit from her new role and the wider Jewish community will retain her passion and skills.
We are delighted that the Goldman family are remaining members of Sinai and Naomi will continue her role as Child Safeguarding Lead.

Trustees are meeting later this week to discuss interim plans to ensure we continue to connect with our families; please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have questions or suggestions.

Please see below for a message from Naomi:

To my wonderful Sinai family.

I have decided it is time to move onto pastures new, I have accepted a new community role within Leeds Jewish community.

I am leaving Sinai with incredible memories and a very happy heart. Sinai will always be a special place to me and my family and I hope it will continue to be a place we feel at home.

With love always

Nomes