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Breaking Barriers at School

Attitudes towards people with learning disabilities are changing at Immanuel College thanks to a hugely-successful Kisharon disability awareness programme, and there are hopes other schools may follow Immanuel’s lead.


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Meet some of our top supporters

“Kisharon is the charity the children themselves choose to support,” said Justin Kett, Deputy Head and Head of Kodesh at Sacks Morasha Jewish Primary School.

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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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Stacks of mitzvot for everyone

Kisharon will be Mitzvah Central on Mitzvah Day on Sunday, with the people we support doing good deeds for others and opportunities galore for volunteers wanting to help us.

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Bev says…

It is heart-warming to read about so many people associated with Kisharon taking to the roads on organised walks and runs.

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Mezuzot for head office

The Rt. Hon Charles Wigoder, Executive Chairman of the Utility Warehouse put up the mezuzah at our new head office in Edgware Road, Colindale on Wednesday.

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Brilliant night raises £4k

A well attended Young Kisharon event in central London on Sunday with ping pong, sushi and a raffle with top prizes raised almost £4,000.

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Back our London Crowdfund campaign

Together we can make our library a crowdfunding winner. We need to raise £6,500 by September and could attract funding from the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan.

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Film shortlisted for award

Kisharon’s upbeat 2017 film ‘I’m Good’, set to a catchy soundtrack from The Mowgli’s, has been shortlisted for an EVCOM Clarion Award.

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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.