Happy Holidays

Happy Holidays
Shabbat Shalom. This is my last blog, please watch my video to you all and enjoy our favourite songs from festivals and celebration through our school year. We missed a lot but hopefully you can enjoy these over the holiday.  Mrs Halter Y-Studs - The Longest Time - Quarantine Parody - YouTube Y-Studs - The Longest Time - Quarantine P...
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Mrs Halter’s Cooking Corner

Mrs Halter’s Cooking Corner
Hi kids, this is our last recipe before the holidays. So wanted to make it extra fun.Ice cream cup cakesIngredients12Ice cream cup cones170gUnrefined golden caster sugar170gButter (unsalted)3Egg(s) (free range)170gSelf-raising white flour1 tspVanilla extractFor the icing250gButter (unsalted)500gIcing sugar½ tspVanilla extractSprinkle decorations12&...
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The Wailing Wall

The Wailing Wall
 Following on from the 3 weeks, the children in year 6 produced this lovely work. They have written a prayer of their own. We have been learning about the last existing wall in Jerusalem called the Wailing wall (Kotel), where Jewish people go and pray and leave messages to Hashem in between the cracks. Can you imagine how many messages mu...
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Mrs Halter’s Cooking Corner

Mrs Halter’s Cooking Corner
Hi kids, let’s get cooking. This week I thought you could make some of Mr Langford's favourite biscuits. I must say I also find them very yummy. Don’t be surprised if he comes knocking on your door, I bet he will be able to smell them from school.Mr Langford’s long bread(shortbread)Ingredients230g melted butter230g plain flour115g cornflour115g ici...
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The Three Weeks Begin

The Three Weeks Begin
I hope you all have had a good weekend. This Thursday (17 Tammuz), marks the start of the three weeks. It is an important date in the Jewish calendar, when the Romans breached the walls of Jerusalem. To remember this day, there are certain restrictions for the Jewish people. Please watch the video to learn more about it.Yerushalayim Puzzl...
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Mrs Halter’s Cooking Corner  

Mrs Halter’s Cooking Corner  
It’s Thursday morning again so let’s do some cooking. I thought you would like to have a go at vegetarian burgers, they are delicious and fun to make.Remember to get a grown up to help you.Ingredients 400g tin kidney beans x2300g cooked mashed veg such as carrots, potato, squash or sweet potato2 tbsp sunflower/Olive or vege...
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Mezuzah

Mezuzah
Good morning children I hope you are all well. Have you ever wondered when you walk into one of the rooms at school why there is a small box on the right hand side of the door post. Watch this short video and it will tell you all about the “Mezuzah” and why we have it.There is an activity for you to make your own Mezuzah and I’m going to ...
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Mrs Halter’s Cooking Corner

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I hope you enjoyed the story about David and Goliath this week. David was a shepherd who was very good at looking after his sheep. So I thought you would like to have a go and make some edible sheep. Remember to get a grown up to help you with your cooking.What You'll Need:1 box each Chocolate and Multi Grain Cheerios3 cups mini marshmallows + 6 mi...
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David and Goliath

David and Goliath
​Mrs Halter here again. I know you enjoyed the story of Joseph last week and the different activities and also making your Joseph bread men. Mrs Davis told me she was singing the songs all week. This week we will be looking at the story of David and Goliath.  There is another short story to watch, activities to do and songs to s...
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Mrs Halter’s Cooking Corner

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I thought we could carry on with the theme of Joseph and make some Joseph bread men.  Follow the recipe below and remember  to get an adult to help you.You can decorate them with anything you want to make a bright and colourful coat like Joseph had. I would love to see your creation so please send them to me at jacquel...
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Joseph And His Coloured Coat

Joseph And His Coloured Coat
Hi kids, hope you had a good weekend I look forward to see all your pictures of your scones you have been baking. This week I thought it would be a good idea to have a story, we all like listening to stories. The one I have chosen is Joseph, I know how much you enjoy this one. So sit down, relax and enjoy. Afterwards there are some fun activities a...
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Mrs Halter’s Cooking Page

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Hi kids, it’s time to get cooking again. I thought it would be fun to make some tea time treats and a favourite of mine is “ scones “, which are delicious with jam and cream and fresh fruit, yummy. Here are the ingredients you will need.You can follow the instructions on the link below. “ Good Luck “. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU GET AN ADULT&nbs...
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Gratitude 

Gratitude 
On Friday we watched a Kiddush from children that were at our school a long time ago. If you missed it you can watch it in the blog titled "Surprise". It also talked about gratitude and that we should be thankful for everything we have in our lives.I would like you to have a think about the different things you are grateful for. ...
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Hashem is Everywhere

Hashem is Everywhere
Hello children, it’s  so lovely to be back in school after lockdown and to see some of the children and teachers. We have been thinking and talking about Hashem  and how we know wherever we are and whatever we are doing Hashem is always watching and taking care of us, so we never need to feel afraid.I have found one of...
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 Rainbow Fruit Salad

 Rainbow Fruit Salad
​IngredientsUse fruits that are in season. You can also use canned fruits (drained) or frozen ones:Choice of red fruits: watermelon, strawberries, raspberriesChoice of orange and yellow fruits: pineapple, cantaloupe, mango, banana, apricot, carrotChoice of green fruits: kiwi fruit, honey dew, apple, pear, green grapes, cucumberChoice of purple frui...
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Mrs Halter’s Cooking Corner

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​Next week will be Shavuot  and as you know we eat milky food. So I thought I would send you a very easy cheese cake recipe for you to make.Learn how to make your own fruit cheesecake.You will need 2 digestive biscuits 125g cream cheese 1 tsp vanilla extract 20g melted butter (ask a grown-up to melt this for you) Slices of ...
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Yom Yerushalayim

Yom Yerushalayim
​​Yom Yerushalayim will be on Friday this week- the 28th day of the Hebrew month of Iyar.Jewish people have lived in Jerusalem ever since King David made it his capital city over three thousand years ago.The old city, which is surrounded by a wall, remains to this day and it is the site of the Kotel- also known as the Western Wall - is the last rem...
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Mrs Halter’s Cooking Corner

Mrs Halter’s Cooking Corner
Hello, Mrs Halter here. I hope your week is going well. I really do miss our Thursday cooking, so I thought I would share some ideas for you to make some exciting healthy lunches. I hope you enjoy having a go.
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Lag B’Omer

Lag B’Omer
​Hi kids, it's Mrs Halter again to remind you tonight and tomorrow will be Lag B'Omer.For you older children, a little history of why we celebrate it. You may remember the story from previous years, of a great Rabbi called Rabbi Akita, he was one of the greatest Torah teachers of our time. His students were punished because they did not behave with...
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Lag B’Omer

Lag B’Omer
​Hi kids, hope you and your family are keeping well. I hope you managed to mark off the days on your "counting the Omer chart”. On Tuesday 12th May (18 Iyar), we will be celebrating Lag B’Omer, which is the 33rd day of counting the Omer. Some people enjoy celebrating the day by going on an outing, having picnics, barbecues and even bonfir...
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