ABOUT ‘RAV JOHNNY’

 

Rav Johnny Solomon is a passionate Torah learner, a reflective Torah thinker and an energetic Torah teacher. Johnny studied at Yeshivat Kerem B’Yavneh, has a BSc (Hons) in Math anDSC03168d Religious Studies and is a qualified teacher. Additionally, Johnny has received numerous accolades. He was a major scholar at the Montefiore Kollel in London and is both a Lookstein Fellow and an Ashdown Fellow.

Until making Aliyah in 2012, Johnny lived and taught in London. He held numerous senior positions in Jewish educational institutions including Head of Judaic Studies at Immanuel College , Assistant Head at Naima Jewish Preparatory School, Team Leader at the Jewish Curriculum Partnership, and Head of Judaic Studies at Hasmonean Girls’ School. Johnny is also a highly regarded adult educator and was an adjunct faculty member of the London School of Jewish Studies and the principal Maggid Shiur of the acclaimed Monday Night Shiur of Edgware.

‘Rav Johnny’ currently teaches at Machon Ma’ayan and at Midreshet Torat Chesed and is a Jewish education consultant to numerous institutions in the UK, Israel, South Africa and Australia. For further information about the resources that Johnny provides, or if you would like him to visit your institution, please email Johnny at ravjsolomon@gmail.com.

One thought on “ABOUT ‘RAV JOHNNY’

  1. Rabbi Solomon, I am Shira Melamed’s father and Head of School at Kushner (first refernce is more important). Joanna suggested that I reach out to you regarding a high school curriculum based on Rabbi Sacks’ vast library of ideas. Do you have any resources you can share?

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