Our new calendar in pictures!
According to the Jewish calendar, the independence of the Nation of Israel was declared on 5th of Iyyar, 5708 (4 May 1948).
April 12th was Yom Hashoah, the memorial day of the Holocaust. We, too, spent the day in remembrance and contemplation.
Our 12-year-old Boldi Lukács (6th grade) received third prize at the Jewish Lens intentional photography competition organized by the Beit Hatfutsot Museum of Israel.
The "Neighbors" project and workshop, created by the Visual World Foundation and supported by the Canadian Embassy, was housed in the Israeli Cultural Institute.
On 12 April, the day of remembrance, we prepared a special theatre production for our Tavlinim (10th grade) students.
On 11 April, Alberto Madrona Fernández, Head of Education at the Cervantes Institute visited our school. He gave an interesting lecture about the DELE Spanish language exam.
An interesting robotics workshop for sixth graders.
An open day, but not really. Elementary students packed everything out and put all their work of the year on display.
This was our third exchange program with the Ulus Özel Jewish school of Turkey.
We awarded the László Szabó Award for the second time this year.
The creative team of the Leviathan project met the colleagues of the Museo Ebraico di Venezia.
The students of a Hong Kong based Jewish secondary school were our guests for a morning.