Yom Hashoah

It is said that if we held a moment of silence for every victim of the Holocaust, we would be silent for eleven and a half years.

At school we marked Yom Hashoah with a special assembly where we remembered the victims of the Holocaust and learned about the bravery of one young woman named Hannah Szenes who lost her life while attempting to fight against the attrocities that were going on. She expressed her feelings in a most moving poem ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkjsqUQSrhE). We were also honoured to hear the beautiful music of the Holocaust played by 3 of our own pupils accompanied by Mrs Bryett and Stuart Izon, a former King David pupil.

Children learned how they will be the decision makers of tomorrow and it will be up to them to make sure that we have a kind world where such atrocities never happen.

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Middle Phase Seder

Last but not least, our Middle Phase seder! Amazing atmosphere and singing especially as as we all joined in singing the Ma Nishtanah!

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Upper Phase Seder

It seems but yesterday when upper phase were sitting on little chairs, taking part on the little one's seder. What a fantastic contribution from our Year 6 pupils! Parents from Year 6 came to join us for the experience. I think they were mighty impressed and proud of what they saw! Children got a chance to try fresh maror, if they wanted. You only have to look at the photos to see what they thought!! Who know one song was done with so much spirit and rhythm, it left us all inspired for the rest of the day!. After your last seder with us Year 6, as you are about to leave us, we all say "No, no no... we will not let you go"!

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