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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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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.