Many thanks to all the donations and pledges that has helped the King David School campus reach our target of £800,000.
We have been teaching lessons on how to make gaming and making being online a positive experience for all.
Students have been discussing different scenarios in relation to gaming and how best to approach these. They have used their knowledge and understanding to create a poster on this years theme, exploring respect and relationships online. Please click on the files below.
Many thanks to Miss Thomas for coordinating the teaching and learning on this important subject for our students.
Dayan Berger joined the Yavneh Girls in fixing the Mezzuzahs to their new building and classrooms. Many congratulations girls' on your new building and learning spaces.
Year 7 boys have been fulfilling the Mitzvah (positive commandment) of building a Succah. Together with Rabbi Schwartz and Mr.Dalziel, the boys completed the building and wrapping with great enthusiasm. The Succah is outside the IT Block and will be used in RS lessons for learning and celebration.
Head Girl Rosy Akalawu-Ellman (Y13) reports on Laure Prouvost's art display at the 'new' Manchester Jewish Museum. Rosy was commissioned by the Manchester International Festival 2021 to report on the exhibition which is available for viewing at the museum until 3 Oct 2021. Prouvost collaborated on elements of the work with groups of local women in Manchester.
You can read Rosy's article here.
Building the allotment Poly Tunnel took most of the day. A Poly Tunnel is long polythene-covered frame under which seedlings or other plants are grown outdoors. The Science Bit: the interior heats up because incoming solar radiation from the sun warms plants, soil, and other things inside the building faster than heat can escape the structure. It will allow the allotment to increase the variety of and length of time we can crops grown.
Many thanks to Mrs.Selby, Mr.Waring, Mr.Leventhall, Mrs.Cohen, Miss.Thomas and especially our expert volunteers, Mark and Richard from Incredible Edibles (Whitefield), for their time and experience.
Please see the photos below of the amazing veg and herbs growing over the summer.
We look forward to more activities and volunteering when we're all back on campus in two weeks.
The allotment continues to grow under the keen eyes of Mrs.Selby and Mr.Waring - especially our first radishes. Many thanks to the army of regular volunteers each lunchtime and the enthusiasm of all on campus.
Still lots to do and ambitions to realise.
Mrs.Selby and Mr.Waring confirm that yesterday afternoon 5 tonnes of fragrant soil was delivered.
The allotment is springing forward with the full involvement of our Nursery kids, Primary pupils, and Secondary students - we are 'growing'! So far seeds have been sown - parsley to courgettes, beans to radishes, beets to nasturtium and so much more!
The sees pots are sheltering in classrooms and inside our colourful tyre beds.
Can you help?
At this point you are probably clearing out for spring; we shall be happy to take anything useful off your hands:
And of course, we will be grateful for your expertise, ideas, advice, participation (lunchtime / frees) and encouragement.
Have you applied for the £500 grant for school allotments?
Have you seenhttps://www.growwilduk.com/youth-project-grants-2021
11 girls have been selected to take part in the FA Game Of Our Own (GOOO) Leadership Programme.
As part of the programme, the girls have to complete a block of training, which will take place in the coming weeks, where they will plan and run an extra curricular girls football opportunity taking place during National Sports Week (19th - 26th June 2021).
As part of the GOOO leadership programme, the aim is for the girls to develop key life skills, but also helping to increase participation of girls football in schools. Helping to work towards the FA Game Of Our Own programmes goal of girls having equal access to football in schools by 2024. On completion of the programme the girls will receive the Girls Football Youth Sport Trust Award.
Y12 Lucy Singer has been awarded third place in the Cambridge Language Collective Schools essay-writing competition.
Many congratulations, Lucy.
Printed below is the individual feedback for Lucy from Dr Llop
The short story by this author is very good. Their idea of creating a short story for an already existing book is very original and fits in nicely in the narrative of the book. The author’s command of the grammar of the Spanish language is sound and they manage to create a story that combines both past and present tenses in a very accurate way, as well as it includes a wide range of narrative strategies. As for the review, the author does an in-depth analysis of both the content, the main topics, the characters and the narrative. Their comprehensive knowledge and the interpretive approach to the topic in its broader context (i.e. the links of the reality presented in the film and the Spanish socio-cultural context) are also remarkable. The author manages to make the reader want to watch the film with their moving but still very academic and precise writing style.
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