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Fees Policy

Fees Policy Payments are due prior to your child/ren attending class. The timetable and days of attendance are set for the Term. Should you wish

Film Industry

Jews and cinema were a 20th Century love affair. Jews remain prominent producers and directors. Less well known is the fact that many film actors

Food for Purim

Hamantashen This is probably the most popular food eaten on Purim. It is a triangular, three-cornered pastry that is usually filled with either a poppyseed

Gemara

When you look at a page of the Talmud today, you will find the Hebrew text of the Mishnah is featured in the middle of

Gematria

Each letter of the Hebrew alphabet is allocated a particular numerical value, depending on its position in the Hebrew alphabet. These days, Hebrew speakers use

Geography of Israel

GEOGRAPHY OF ISRAEL “… a land flowing with milk and honey …” (Exodus 3:8) Israel is a small, narrow and semi-arid country lying at the

Germany 1918-1945

The following external pages and sites are recommended: Germany in the 20th Century at Spartacus Educational (a UK site). BBC Bitesize Weimar Germany 1919-1929 Nazi

Gimmel (Hebrew Letter)

GIMMEL is equal to the number three and is said to denote kindness. The number three symbolises the three divisions of the Jewish people –

HaKol Chadash

The following resources are available Vocabulary Sheets Hebrew HaKolChadash Vocab unit 1 Hebrew HaKolChadash Vocab unit 2 Hebrew HaKolChadash Vocab unit 3 Hebrew HaKolChadash Vocab

Hannah

Hannah means ‘graciousness’, a name that suggests delicacy and a compassionate character. Hannah, whose story is part of the Book of Samuel, changed the face

Havdalah

The Hebrew word ‘Havdalah’ הבדלה means ‘separation’ and is used to describe the brief ceremony held shortly after Shabbat ends to formally mark the end

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Learning through meaningful experiences is what BJE is all about. This allows our children to experience the joy of lighting candles, saying Brochas and eating delicious Challah.
Wishing everyone Shabbat Shalom 🕯🕯
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Getting ready for Rosh Hashanah🍎 through fun activities in the classroom - sudoku puzzles, drawings🖍, and lots of great reflective discussions bring this special Jewish holiday to life! ...

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We are beyond excited!🥳 In just 13 weeks’ time, 🗓 our biggest group EVER will go to Israel 🇮🇱on the Nesiah Israel Program! 🛫

Our Nesiah group consists of:

🔵 168 Jewish Year 10 students,
who attend non-Jewish schools from all around Australia.

🔵 There are 5 senior staff

🔵 10 Madrichim travelling with them.

We can’t wait to share this adventure with you! 🤩
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How would you make the world a better place? Our year 1 and 2 students had a great brainstorming session about how they could change the world through the kindness of words - an important Jewish value. ...

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Aptly timed for the day after Yom Kippur - Don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity to volunteer with you child (school Yr 5-12) and give back 🤗
Numbers limited to 20-25 families (1 parent/1 child) per session so please
Book ASAP: tinyurl.com/jwave4threadtogether
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