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The Duke of Edinburgh opens Kisharon Noé School

Pupils took centre stage at Kisharon Noé School on Thursday when it was officially opened by the Duke of Edinburgh.

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Eco Hub Opens at Kisharon Noé School

A unique, purpose built eco hub at Kisharon Noé School is teaching pupils of all abilities about sustainability, renewable energy and the outdoor world.

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First Israel Trip for Pupils

Pupils from Kisharon Noé School are just back from Israel after what may be the first exchange trip for children with learning disabilities.


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Matzah, Seder, locusts and frogs

Preparing for Pesach starts early at Kisharon with everyone keen to familiarise themselves once again with the Pesach story and traditions.


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We’re ‘good’ – and that’s official!

Kisharon Noé School has achieved a ‘good’ rating, and won praise for high expectations and pupil focus from Ofsted in its first inspection since becoming a free school and moving to new premises in Parson Street, Hendon in 2020.

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Purim – how we make it happen

The run-up to Purim at Kisharon can be just as hectic as the day itself and staff start preparations early so everyone can enjoy the noisiest, most boisterous – but arguably the most fun – festival in the Jewish calendar.

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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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We played, we lost, let’s eat!

Mexican lentils served with taco shells, Portuguese baked fish and Southern-style meatloaf (USA) have been on the lunchtime menu at Kisharon Noé School, all traditional dishes from countries fielding teams in the World Cup in Qatar.

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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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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.