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We are planning an amazing getaway for High school students to make new friends and explore their Jewish identity. This camp will provide a safe
We offer programs related to Judaism for students attending non-Jewish schools who are learning about Judaism as part of their faith studies. Our programs cater
Our B-Mitzvah program is an innovative, transformative journey of personal discovery for students who are on their way to becoming a Bar or Bat Mitzvah.
Special Religious Education (SRE), also known as ‘Scripture,’ is BJE’s largest educational program across NSW government schools. BJE teachers travel to nearly 60 schools across
Extension offers a deeper understanding of Jewish ethics, values and wisdom, and further connects students to Jewish learning in a way that is meaningful to
BJE’s Hebrew classes are a fun and interactive environment where students learn the fundamentals of Hebrew reading, writing and speaking. The program is flexible and
Breakout Retreat Camp is an annual two-night sleepover camp exclusively for Year 6 students. The camp connects pre-teens from across Primary Schools before they transition
Weekend Escape Camp is our biggest camp event of the year. It is an unforgettable 3 night camp where High School teens form meaningful connections
Milkshake Madness is our crowd favourite meetup event for High School students. They meet at Milkshake Madness to hang out with other Jewish students from
BJE High School LUnch Clubs are an opportunity for teens to meet and form Jewish friendships within their school environment. At lunch club the atmosphere
Purim is a happy holiday that lasts for only 1 day and happens on the 14th of Adar (a Jewish month) every year – most
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