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Art: a powerful topic for pupils

“Art gives children with disabilities a voice to channel the emotions they cannot express verbally,” says Helen Gillan, art co-ordinator at Kisharon Noé School, Kisharon Wohl Campus.

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Autism – how we help our pupils

As Headteacher at Kisharon Noé School, it’s unlikely that Dr Emily Haddock gets time even to draw breath, but the Attention Autism technique has so proved its worth, she is training to become an advanced practitioner.

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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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Tasty way to follow the football

Lasagne, Bangers, Mash and Peas, Pan Basico…the national dishes of the teams in UEFA EURO 2020 featured on the lunchtime menu at Kisharon Noé School.

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Meet our new Headteacher

With bouquets of flowers and at least 50 welcome messages, Dr Emily Haddock, new Headteacher at Kisharon Noé School has been taken aback by the warmth of the London Jewish community.

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Art delights at Kisharon Noé School exhibition

The art exhibition was the culmination of weeks of work by pupils and staff at Kisharon Noé School.

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Lunchtime’s a treat for pupils

Presentation really matters when it comes to tempting children and they should be encouraged to explore different tastes and textures, says Adrian Marks, Catering Manager at Kisharon Noé School.

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Virtual welcome to new teachers

Kisharon Noé School gave student teachers a unique insight into special needs education.

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New Kisharon School opens doors to first pupils

Monday was the landmark day when the doors opened at the outstanding new Kisharon Wohl Campus and Kisharon Noé 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.