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Happiness is… being listened to, a happy life and full participation in a community

“Make no mistake, we are in a changing environment and we are a changing organisation – but only if each of us is committed to living and learning,” said Chief Executive, Richard Franklin opening Kisharon’s Inset Day.

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Girls lend a hand at Skills for Employment Centre

Pupils from Haberdashers’ Aske’s School for Girls volunteered at Kisharon’s Skills for Employment Centre.

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New prime minister announced…

Ben is the new Prime Minister after winning Kisharon School’s General Election yesterday on a narrow majority with his Progress Party.

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Hilary’s our Volunteer of the Year

Hilary Castle was ‘absolutely honoured’ to win the title Kisharon Volunteer of the Year at the JVN Awards dinner at Allianz Park last week. “I never look to be appreciated, but it’s lovely to know that you are.”

 

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Mayor plants trees at Childs Hill Library

Barnet Mayor Councillor Caroline Stock and Cllr. Peter Zinkin helped plant apple and pear trees in the garden at Childs Hill Library.

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Kisharon launches legacy appeal

Kisharon is responding to Jewish Legacy’s powerful new ‘What Is The Point?’ campaign with an appeal of its own.

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Pupils learn it’s good to share their feelings

Learning that it’s good to talk about anything that worries you was a lesson from a new mental health initiative at Kisharon School.

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Busy Mitzvah Day ahead

Mitzvah Day, (Sunday November 17), at Kisharon is a celebration of the big outdoors with exciting gardening projects and a Kisharon vs Langdon football match.

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Health Swap app set to improve fitness

A new Health Swap app is helping people with Down’s Syndrome make better choices about eating and exercise.

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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.