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Awaiting Hanukah Miracles


Our "Awaiting Hanukah Miracles" mitzvah is slowly becoming a tradition.

A present to the tenants of the Sztehlo Home for Children


A family from our school donated an Xbox One gaming console as a holiday gift, which was presented to the overjoyed children of our neighboring Sztehlo Home for Children. We hope it will be useful and fun for them during the winter break and beyond.

Hanukah Fair


The illustrated chronicles of this year's Hanukah Fair.

Chess News - Our Gilded Girls


The Budapest amateur youth championships ended on 10 December, where we faced off with five all school teams against club entrants.

Flódni 2016


On 13 December 2016, we held our 11th annual Flódni creative thinking challenge for 10 teams of students.

E-learning convention in Budapest


It’s year 2, semester 1, and the class-bell rings in Lauder.

17th Annual Book Festival


A long-running tradition, we held our annual book festival on 8 December 2016. This time, it was the seventeenth.

Dawn Fever (Hajnali Láz)


Filmclub screening before the Book Festival.

A SPECIAL MUSIC CLASS WITH ESZTER BÍRÓ


On 30th of November, singer Eszter Bíró taught Hanukkah songs to our 1-4th grade students. The special singing lesson was a wonderful experience for all.

BERMUN


Once again debating the issues of the world.

MENEDÉK (SHELTER) - Hungarian Association for Migrants


The RC Right(s) Court project continued with a special event hosted by the Menedék Association.

OPEN COURT


Our 9th grade Távlinim observed a court hearing and then took part in a simulated lawsuit on 24th November.

HOSTING THE BALTAZAR THEATRE COMPANY


On the 25th of November, our NYIT grades welcomed some of the members of the Baltazar Theatre troupe.

LAOCOON


 
Some things we never want to change, and once such thing is the survival competition. 

SZTEHLO-MEMORIAL IN THE LAUDER GARDEN


Last year, a group of our 7th grade students (Sophie Orosz, Noam Dankó, Lora Dévényi, Lili Nagy, Dafni Babanaszi) discovered an underground chamber in the school garden, which turned out to have belonged to our neighboring children's home. This was a haven for small Jewish children during and after World War II, and was the site of Gábor Sztehlo's Gaudiopolis, "The Children's Republic".



Ezt láttad már? Lauderes tóratekercs

by Dr. Radut.