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  • Wednesday 15 June 2022 ICIT 2022 - Day 1
  • Thursday 3 March 2022 Jews and the Tower of London
  • Wednesday 9 February 2022 Waffley good fun at the Prep School Melave Malka On Motzei Shabbat of Parashat Terumah 4 February, Year 5 and 6 pupils and teachers enjoyed a very special glow in the dark, musical Havdallah, followed by a delicious Melaveh Malkah and supper quiz.
  • Tuesday 8 February 2022 Year 2 Celebrate Europe Day As part of their topic 'Continents and Oceans', Year 2 had the opportunity to explore our continent a little bit more on 'Europe Day' today! The children were very excited to learn some well-known songs in French, including “heads, shoulders, knees and toes”. They also learnt to speak some basic Spanish words including the numbers 1-10 and some colours. The class then had lots of messy fun when they made their own pizzas 🍕 and decorated pictures of famous European landmarks in an art 🖼 activity.
  • Thursday 3 February 2022 Leadership Year 7 & 8 Year 7 pupils have been learning about Chessed in their Kodesh lessons in connection to Avraham. The Beit team put together a Chessed workshop as a hands-on learning opportunity. The pupils heard from Shira Joseph from GIFT who explained the beauty of giving. The pupils then discovered their own talents and discussed how they can give with their unique gifts. The pupils ended the workshop by making shrink art necklaces for Save A Child's Heart.
  • Wednesday 2 February 2022 Art & Soul
  • Wednesday 2 February 2022 The Book of Dust - An Immersive and Galloping Experience In the evening of Tuesday 1st February, a group of pupils accompanied by Mrs. Sadeh-Ginzburg and Mr. Spitz enjoyed an unforgettable evening at the Bridge Theatre watching the play The Book of Dust – La Belle Sauvage. The play is an adaptation of Philip Pullman's deluge novel, which is a prequel to His Dark Materials trilogy. It is set in a dystopian fantasy world where every human has a soul-animal called a daemon. The play presents us with the journey of two teenagers whose mission is to save a new-born baby, who will grow into the trilogy’s heroine Lyra, from the clutches of the Magisterium, a medieval-style religious theocracy that wants to kill the infant and reassert its earthly power. They battle the evil authorities in a flooded Oxford. The dark, watery, and stormy visual projections on screens around the stage are gorgeous and the puppeteers skilfully articulate illuminated origami daemons. A mesmerising play which is a triumph of theatrical storytelling.
  • Tuesday 1 February 2022 Chess Club
  • Thursday 27 January 2022 Year 6 Holocaust Memorial Day Year 6 commemorated Holocaust Memorial Day with a session led by Miss Balsam and Mrs Goldstein.The children learnt why it is so important to remember this day and think about those who did not survive. They also learnt of the importance of educating the younger generations and future generations so that History is never repeated.
  • Wednesday 26 January 2022 Science Club - DNA Extraction On Tuesday 25thJanuary, enthusiastic young scientists joined the Science Department to extract the DNA from strawberries by grounding up the strawberries and using a special recipe DNA extraction solution. After filtering off the liquid, they then slowly added ice-cold ethanol to reveal the DNA. Pupils were able to use a hook to lift out the DNA and look at it. I hope you enjoy looking at the photos as much as the pupils enjoyed doing the practical.
  • Wednesday 26 January 2022 National Theatre - Trouble in Mind Trouble in Mind – An Unforgettable Night
  • Wednesday 26 January 2022 Comic Book Club
  • Thursday 20 January 2022 Stand Up To Racism Immanuel College Year 7 ambassadors had the amazing opportunity to take part in a virtual conference with other Jewish and non-Jewish schools facilitated by the National Holocaust Centre in Laxton, Nottinghamshire.
  • Thursday 20 January 2022 Sports Superstars!
  • Thursday 20 January 2022 Lunchtime Concert The students held their first Music instrumental concert of 2022. Thank you to all of the talented instrumentalists that performed. From pianists to violinists and even a special performance from the Wolfin band ensemble!
  • Thursday 20 January 2022 The Boker Iyun The Boker Iyun (morning learning session) that took place on Monday 17thJanuary was an opportunity for the Years 7-10 ASK classes to join together to learn in a more focused environment. The topic of learning was ‘Tu Bishvat’, with all its relevant Torah sources, as well as an understanding of our responsibility to the world around us. Immanuel College Principal Rabbi Zobin addressed pupils' questions towards the end of the morning.
  • Wednesday 19 January 2022 Model United Nations The first Model United Nations conference since the start of the pandemic ran with great success on Monday 17thJanuary. Delegates representing 22 nations from China to Greece, Algeria to the DPRK met to mull over two of the most pressing issues facing international politics. In the morning, pupils discussed the issue of ‘Imperialism and Slavery’ and how to grapple with its legacy and continuation in other forms. This was hotly debated, with a range of views being expressed; however, a special mention was earned by Abigail Coles (Year 12) and Jessica Mark (Year 9), who represented Ukraine. In the afternoon, the ‘surprise’ resolution was a discussion of how to combat COVID-19 as a global pandemic.
  • Tuesday 18 January 2022 Tu Bishvat
  • Wednesday 12 January 2022 Comic Book Club Comic Book Club has restarted! On Tuesday 11thJanuary, we looked at the work of Alex Saviuk - a veteran penciller and inker.
  • Wednesday 12 January 2022 Florence Nightingale Day
  • Wednesday 12 January 2022 Science Department Outreach work
  • Tuesday 11 January 2022 Science Club - Static Electricity Fun
  • Monday 10 January 2022 Generations 2 Generations
  • Monday 10 January 2022 Year 11 Students Studying Electromagnets <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/wxuFj4450nM" title="YouTube video player" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>
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