The activities cover a wide range of topics.
Around the Year
To enrich the students knowledge of the forthcoming holiday with its values and traditions, in an attractive and exciting way.
To provide knowledge on the topics of the holiday and to strengthen identification with the Jewish values.
To explain the significance of symbols such as: Menorah, Chanukiah, Shofar, Matzah and others.
Special dates according to the Jewish calendar, Israeli festivals, etc.
Tradition and Heritage
To develop in the students a connection to the different areas of Jewish Studies (history, literature, nature, Bible, Jewish thought and others).
To develop a knowledge of the sources and to familiarize the students with the classic Jewish library.
To introduce the students to Biblical and historical figures and the morals that they have taught us.
To give the students accurate information presented in a thought provoking way.
Receiving the Torah, the Siddur and prayer, Bat Mitzvah, Bar Mitzvah.
Zionism and the state
To learn that the texts and symbols are a means by which to transmit a national memory, and values from one generation to another. To make known the significance of symbols like: The Kotel, the Flag etc.
To get to know the history of the nation in an interactive way and to strengthen the connection between our generation and the tradition of the Jewish People.
The Land of Israel, Zionism, Jerusalem, the Holocaust.
The Central Yearly Topic
To instill the importance of seeing the merit in each person.
To assist in improving behavior and shaping the personality, while placing an emphasis on good manners, tolerance, respecting parents, pleasant interaction, appreciation and helping others.
To internalize the values being learned and to create a morally healthy society.
Activity Topics: (Change yearly)
The left to respect and the obligation to respect, tolerance and mutual respect, respecting parents, saying no to violence in society, responsibility and involvement.