This week’s parsha of Pikudei brings the book of Exodus to an uplifting end. Following the desperation and sin of the golden calf, Moshe responds by getting the Israelites to create the Tabernacle which they do to perfection, resulting in Moshe’s blessing.
Kisharon has launched iConnect, a unique programme that brings together boys and girls of bar/batmitzvah age with the adults and children it supports.
A warm message of support to everyone involved in this year’s Gala Dinner came from the Chief Rabbi at a reception at the Hendon home of Yossi and Judi Bauernfreund.
Finchley and Golders Green MP Mike Freer said he was ‘amazed’ on a visit to Kisharon Day School.
Kisharon’s Duke of Edinburgh (DofE) silver award winners Boruch Gordon and Naftoli Walzer met Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessex at a celebration of the awards scheme in the Jewish community.
For his barmitzvah, Mylech Bard was surrounded by the good things in life –his mum and dad Simi and Yanki, grandparents, siblings – and vast quantities of chips!
An important learning and employment skills course has been adapted to include Jewish living for adults supported by Kisharon.
In this month’s K-News two Kisharon Day School students were honoured for having completed their silver Duke of Edinburgh Award. This incredible achievement was made possible, partly, by the steadfast belief of our staff in the boys’ ability, and the massive effort invested in helping them progress along the way.