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Winners of Infinity draw will be known early next year

Every year Torah Academy has a competition to raise funds for bursaries for learners whose parents cannot afford the school fees. Some 20 learners received bursaries this year.

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Called Infinity, the annual draw with a first prize of R50 000 and a second prize of R10 000, was held at Lubavitch House at the school on Thursday last week.

The winners will be announced early in the new year.

 

 

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Getting to heart of activism at KDL

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Grade 7s at King David Linksfield Senior Primary School have been learning about activism and protest art. They collaborated and created artworks in different mediums, each one portraying a cause close to their hearts.

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KDVP pupil’s family story trumps English speaking world

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Daniel Segal, a pupil at King David Victory Park Primary, was proclaimed the winner of the English speaking countries category of the My Family Story contest at the international awards ceremony held on 9 June.

My Family Story gives students and their families the opportunity to learn about their family history and create a sense of belonging between their family and Jewish people all over the world.

This year, participants were divided into four categories: Israel, English speaking countries, Spanish speaking countries, and Russian speaking and European countries.

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Lighting up Oneg Shabbat at KDHSVP

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King David High School Victory Park matric girls light candles at Kabbalat Shabbat on Friday, 4 June, during an Oneg Shabbat (Joy of Sabbath) session during their break.

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