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Archive for December, 2018

Young volunteers’ day

Girls on a day off school volunteered at Kisharon College, Childs Hill Library and Kisharon School and had an insight into learning disability.

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Disability World: degree first for Sarah

Sarah Gordy, who has starred in Call the Midwife, and was made an MBE in November, is the first person with Down’s Syndrome to receive an honorary degree from a UK university.

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Story telling for all

Sensory opportunities play an important role in education at Kisharon School where Nina Martinez from the charity Bag Books presented interactive reading sessions for pupils from all classes.

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Healthy Living at Tuffkid

Tuffkid Nursery has become sugar free nursery and is now part of the Mayor of London’s Healthy Early Years London (HEYL) project to champion the development of healthy children.

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Surveyors donate £1.5k

Surveyor Jonathan Nesbitt of Sawyer Fielding presented a £1,500 cheque to Kisharon as part of Giving Back, his firm’s corporate social responsibility programme.

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Walking award for Eli

A trophy was presented to Eli Sulzbacher by Tottenham MP David Lammy at the House of Commons for taking part in the Hospital Kosher Meals Service sponsored walk every year for around three decades.

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Volunteers get stuck in on Mitzvah Day

There was something for everyone at Kisharon on Mitzvah Day – gardening, arts and crafts and sport.

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Kisharon shows solidarity with European neighbours

Jewish social care leaders from across Europe learned about Kisharon from Operations Director Julia Brown when she spoke at the 12th European Annual Conference of Jewish Social Welfare in Prague in November.

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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.