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All lit up for Chanukah

King David Rosabelle Klein Nursery School in Waverley has spent the week preparing for Chanukah.

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Children have been learning about the oil that lasted eight days, the Maccabim, and the light of the menorah that shines for all of us at this time of the year. They have made their own menorahs, and are looking forward to lighting candles with their families next week.

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KDL engineers its curriculum for the future

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King David Primary School Linksfield transformed its curriculum into technological learning on a grand scale on Wednesday, 21 April, in honour of World Creativity and Innovation Day. Grade 7s were challenged with designing an ideal media centre for the school, including drawing up blueprints and building models using recyclable materials. Architects were called in to judge their creativity, innovation, and practicality. Grade 6 students brainstormed ideas about what their school should look like and built miniature models according to their plans. Grade 5s created art and design using circular shapes, and Grade 4s made baskets for Shavuot. It was a fantastic day of discovery, problem-solving, and innovation.

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Victory Park sweeties have bon bons at the bonfire

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After a spending a week learning the story of Lag B’Omer, children at King David Pre-Primary School Victory Park celebrated with bonfires, marshmallows, and baked potatoes.

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Yeshiva programme stands on giant pillars

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Yeshiva College Primary School launched a special Pirkei Avot programme this past Thursday, 29 April. Pupils learnt the Mishna of Rabbi Shimon, Chapter 1: Mishna 2, in honour of the late rosh yeshiva, Rabbi Avraham Tanzer, which states the world stands on three pillars: Torah, avodah (work), and gemmulut chassadim (acts of loving kindness). Tanzer epitomised these three pillars and instilled them into the school. Each child also received a beautiful book from Tanzer’s family, which the school will incorporate into its kodesh curriculum.

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