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Kisharon School: ‘a jewel in the crown’

Kisharon School is ‘a jewel in the crown of the community’ and its free school status is driving up educational standards, Lord Polak (Conservative) said at a House of Lords debate this week on the contribution made by free schools in improving educational standards.

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Making sleep come easy

Families of young children with disabilities anticipate years of sleep deprivation…but this need not be the case says Child Psychologist Ann Herreboudt.

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New school – work starts

Working a digger was a dream come true for pupils at the site of the new £12.5m Kisharon School where building work is now underway.

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School one step closer

ARJ Construction has been awarded the contract to build the new Kisharon School in Parson Street, Hendon and will be on site from Monday.

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Model pupils

Pupils cheered as they modelled the smart new Kisharon School uniform which will become compulsory from September this year in early preparation for the move to purpose-built premises.

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Autism first for Kisharon School

The National Autistic Society (NAS) has awarded Kisharon School its sought-after accreditation for autism, making it the first Jewish school with the accolade.

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Elections at school

Pupils from Kisharon School have been voting to elect new representatives to their school council.

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What it means to have Down’s Syndrome, by Micah

Micah Samuels, who has Down’s Syndrome, told his peers at Kisharon School all about the condition on World Down Syndrome Day.

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Welcoming Tu B’Shvat

Kisharon School LK teacher Ella Weil and Guy Monzston, of Homebase in Haringey, made the children’s Tu B’Shvat lessons this year some of the best ever.

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Decision day for Kisharon School

Show your support for the new Kisharon School by coming to a planning committee meeting at Hendon Town Hall at 7pm on Thursday 9 February.

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Chanukah presents for everyone – thanks to Kisharon School

Chanukah presents for everyone this year – thanks to children at Kisharon School.

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Bev’s message

As most of you will know, I spent the latter part of last week in the Antarctic with 50 runners from 18 countries around the world…

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Help Kisharon win a £9k grant

Kisharon is in the running for a £9k grant for music therapy at Kisharon School – but we need you to vote!

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How you can support our planning application

Kisharon School has submitted a planning application to Barnet Council to build our new school at Montfort House – the original name of the Parson Street head office site.

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Bev says…please send in your views

In between the many celebrations over the past weeks, our design team has been hard at work completing and submitting the planning application for Kisharon’s new school.

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Mazeltov to Seri

Mazeltov to Seri Bard who celebrated her batmitzvah at Kisharon School with her family, friends and teachers.

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Have your say

Kisharon invites you to see the plans for our new school in Parson Street.

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Children start gardening

There were plenty of worms to find at Kisharon School’s new gardening club.

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Striding out for autism

All seven teachers from Kisharon School took part in a 15km sponsored Night Walk for Autism on World Autism Awareness Week.

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Pesach starts here…

Crunch! Elya Getter and Gershon Stern (right) take a big bite from a sheet of matza at the mock Seder at Kisharon School.

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Spectacle of light at Kisharon School

Children from Kisharon School have been changing the colour in the sensory room using iPads – with stunning results.

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Gamliel makes fine progress

Kisharon School pupil, Gamliel Morgenstein has spoken his first word.

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Hasmonean boys lend a hand at Kisharon School

Four teenage boys from Hasmonean High School have been lending a hand to special needs pupils at Kisharon School as the volunteering component of their JLGB-organised Duke of Edinburgh bronze awards. Their weekly visits were organised by JLGB’s eVOLve team.

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Israeli volunteers at Kisharon School

Four young Israeli volunteers are working at Kisharon Day School for a year.

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At home in the great outdoors

Camp stove cooking, first aid, navigation and pitching tents were no sweat for four teenagers on a two day Duke of Edinburgh Awards expedition
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A question of balance

Kisharon Day School students got to grips with the tricky business of balancing on mountain boards on an outing to Harlow Centre for Outdoor Learning.

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Pirkei Avos
“The world stands on three things: Torah, the service of G-d, and deeds of kindness.” Kisharon looks at the person not the disability, teaching Torah, Middos and Mitzvot embracing and cherishing everybody’s special talent and bringing out the best in them.