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New skills achieved at Kisharon Vocational College

Incredible goals are being achieved at Kisharon’s Vocational College, which begins its third year next month.

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House of Lords book launch

Daniel Yefet and Shammai Rotenberg attended a reception to launch four new Books Beyond Words – which they helped to create – at the House of Lords.

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Kisharon pilots books

Kisharon is to take part in a government-sponsored scheme to pilot the use of four books about the world of work for people with learning disabilities.

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Vocational skills course instils confidence and achievement

Finding work is essential for people with learning disabilities. Kisharon has launched a vocational skills course to instil confidence and a sense of achievement, giving young adults the right tools for the workplace.

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Barbican project enriches students

Students from Kisharon’s further education college, HCC@Kisharon have just completed a three-month Barbican Art Box project on clothes and fashion.

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HCC@Kisharon wins accolade

Kisharon’s further education college, HCC@Kisharon, has been highly commended in the Times Educational Supplement Further Education Awards 2016.

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More student places at HCC@Kisharon

Ten extra places will be available for students to learn life skills at Hackney College from September this year.

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HCC@Kisharon on Awards Shortlist

HCC@Kisharon has been shortlisted for a Times Educational Supplement (TES) award.  The specialist provision, which opened in September 2014, is in the running for a prize in the Contribution to the Local Community category of the TES Further Education awards.

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Israeli Health Minister tells Kisharon to ‘keep up the good work’.

Keen guitarist Akiva Deutsch had an appreciative audience when Yakov Litzman Israel's Minister of Health visited Kisharon College and Adult Day Centre in Stamford Hill.
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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.