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Flocking to raise funds for Yeshiva Primary

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Yeshiva Primary School “flocked” north, south, east, and west before Pesach in an innovative fundraising campaign to build shade sails on the school playground. Nine flamingo flocks made their way around Joburg, “nesting” on the lawns of primary school pupils and teachers in the early hours of the morning and at lunchtime, leaving after a small, voluntary donation was made to the Parent Teacher Association (PTA).

From Fourways to Glenhazel, every child at the school was successfully “flocked”, and no family escaped. The PTA managed to raise enough funds for beautiful shade sails over the playground.

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Yeshivah stories pack a message of hope

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Yeshiva College Primary School staff started the term by partnering with Read for Hope to prepare and distribute 20 story packs. Read for Hope is an educational initiative that offers readings to underprivileged communities and schools by people around the world, who record and share audio and video of children’s stories.

Every pack included a video recording of a story, a worksheet, an activity relating to the story, and of course, a treat for every child. The teachers worked in pairs to create their packs.

The packs were received with gratitude and appreciation. A small amount of effort can have a lasting impact.

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KDL rises to honour Hatzolah

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In response to our community’s continuing struggle with COVID-19, King David High School Linksfield recently ran a challah bake to pray for those in need and to honour the selfless work of Hatzolah.

This organisation is a constant source of light and a pillar of strength in the community, and has helped nearly 6 000 people since the beginning of the pandemic.

The school raised nearly R22 000 for this unbelievable organisation. A huge thank you to everyone who made it happen, and of course, a massive thank you to Hatzolah.

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KDVP pupil’s Gulag project wows international judges

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Adam Bertoldi (King David High School Victory Park) beat thousands of contestants around the country for first place in the 2021 South African National Geography Olympiad.

Round one of the Olympiad took place on 18 May 2021 and round two, a written task, was held on 23 June 2021.

The second round, in which 2 231 pupils participated, required the submission of a research project. Adam submitted a geography project on the Gulags of the Soviet Union. It was assessed internationally, and they were extremely impressed with the standard. Adam has won an ESRI GIS (geographic information system mapping) course worth R10 000.

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