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Outdoor learning helps pupils

Forest School can give lifelong confidence to pupils with learning disabilities, says Kisharon’s Alfredo Sanguino.

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Meet campaigner Ciara Lawrence

A campaigner born with special needs says government ministers must ‘walk in our shoes’ before drawing up legislation that impacts the lives of people with learning disabilities.

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Lesson for life – thanks to a Kisharon trustee

Kisharon Trustee and Hatzola volunteer, Yitzy Lerner, stepped in after Pini, a student at Kisharon College, said he wanted to work with the emergency medical service.

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Link your big day to Kisharon

Kisharon’s new pre bar and bat mitzvah programme tackles one of the biggest stumbling blocks to inclusivity for learning disabilities – and that is fear.

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Yom HaShoah – a day to remember

Yom HaShoah is an emotional day for Hadassa Kessler, Operations Director, whose late grandfather survived Auschwitz.

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Warm welcome for the Baroness

Education minster Baroness Barran heard how the pandemic with its online lessons had changed the teaching profession when she visited Kisharon Noé School.

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Proud Sora looks forward to first day of term

Come September 7, first day of term at the new Kisharon School, no one will be more proud than the Principal Sora Kopfstein.

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Lessons of hamantaschen

There’s more to Purim hamantaschen than meets the eye.

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Pupils learn it’s good to share their feelings

Learning that it’s good to talk about anything that worries you was a lesson from a new mental health initiative at Kisharon School.

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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.