Our new calendar in pictures!
I never thought a school trip could be this amazing.....
When we founded our music school, it was a defined goal of ours that students should not only get to know the musical proficiency of our teachers, but also teachers and students of other schools through mini-concerts and faculty meetings.
Bertalan Farkas, the first Hungarian astronaut was the guest of our 4th graders. He held a presentation about his life, his preparation and training and his eight days spent in space.
Tu BiShvat is the New Year of the Trees, held on the 15th day of the month of Shvat.
For many years now, the Hungarian Volleyball Federation organizes an amateur competition for elementary 3-8th graders, divided into four age groups. Lauder has been a participant at these Budapest-based competitions since the very beginning.
The Shema Yisrael is a special prayer that religious Jews say every morning and evening.
We could even call it a tradition, for this is the second time we organized our Mosaic Day event.
On the week of February 13th, and with the cooperation of three schools, the first-ever national ECL-Lauder Hebrew language competition had its written round. The combined enthusiasm of 40 students and 10 teachers made the event unforgettable.
Our community mitzvah to help the Dóri Ház hospice for children.
As always, we celebrated the birthday of the Lauder School. This time, it was the 27th.
The Lauder Jewish Studies workgroup invites all parents, students and teachers to an exciting puzzle each week.
Between 6-8 January this year, the first Titan Cup open chess ranking competition was held by the MTK sports club.
Lilla Baksay (Halacha 10th grade) took first place in the National Synchronized Skating championship.
Our school sees a lot of projects running parallel all through the year.
Both Éva Ungár and Bálint Dobák finished on the podium in the finals of the Kockakobak (Cube Head) math competition.