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Remembering YY with affection

Yechiel Yosef Rothschild, known as YY, is remembered with affection across Kisharon.

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Childs Hill Library triumph

Kisharon Vocational College students can take a bow for keeping Childs Hill Library open for local residents.

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Friendship: day-long reunion for Afolake

Supported Living Manager Afolake Fakeye is everyone’s best friend, and on her first day back after the easing of lockdown there was a queue in the garden at Leeside supported living, waiting to greet her.

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We’ll be at the forefront, Julia pledges

The need for supported living within the Jewish community will continue to grow in the future with Kisharon at the forefront of developing opportunities, said outgoing Director of Operations and Development Julia Brown.

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Pesach means…

Pesach is a highlight of the Jewish year, but what makes it memorable for you?

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Disability World: Barbie in a wheelchair

A Barbie doll in a wheelchair and another with a prosthetic leg will be available from June to help fight the stigma around physical disabilities.

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Disability World: Emojis

Emojis depicting disability will be available soon. The 13 new icons, from Apple are a starting point to better represent people with disabilities on the emoji keyboard.

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Kisharon School: ‘a jewel in the crown’

Kisharon School is ‘a jewel in the crown of the community’ and its free school status is driving up educational standards, Lord Polak (Conservative) said at a House of Lords debate this week on the contribution made by free schools in improving educational standards.

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Sensory room at Gatwick

Gatwick has become the first UK airport to open a sensory room where passengers with autism or special needs can feel at ease before their flight.

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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.