Prep Students' First Day

Last Friday was a very important day for our Prep students and their families as they started their first school day.

Students spent a few hours, getting to know their teacher and classroom as well as the other students who they will spend this year with, on an exciting learning adventure.

The Prep Orientation Day is designed to give the Prep students the space to explore their new surroundings as Year 1 and Year 2 students only started the school year on ...

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School Uniforms in Zambia

Mathew Jacobson, my Dad, has been collecting King David School uniforms and giving them to poor schools in Zambia as part of his work with the Dūcere Foundation.

My dad, my mum, my sister Cara and I went to Zambia and helped give all the uniforms out to schools there. The kids in Zambia were very happy with what we brought them.

Most of the uniforms that we gave out went to the Linda Community School. Linda Community School helps orphans and ...

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Creative Excellence and Outstanding Talent Acknowledged!

Marco Fink has journeyed through the Visual Arts at TKDS and achieved the pinnacle in his VCE year (2012) by having the extremely high standard of his work, along with his unique vision recognized and acknowledged as outstanding from a field of all VCE students in the State,.

This resulted in Marco”s work being chosen for the prestigious VCE Season of Excellence in not only one category but two.

Marco”s work will be showcased in Top Arts as well as Top Screen. ...

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Year 7 Orientation Day

After a successful Orientation Day, the Year 7 students were joined by their parents and siblings in the library on Friday for afternoon tea.

This event was hosted by Russell Kaplan and Michele Bernshaw and was a great opportunity for existing families to meet with new families and welcome them to the School.

There were many excited new students who reported to have had a “great first day”.

These students have come from more ...

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Yesh students leave on a trip of a lifetime

Today, 14 Year 10 students, Rabbi Gersh Lazarow and Feygi Zylberman left on an afternoon flight, bound for Israel as part of the Yesh programme.

This programme is offered each year to Year 10 students at TKDS.  The group this year, has been the largest group to date.

For 28 days, the group will see and experience Israel and many exciting and diverse events and activities are planned.

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2012 Presentation Evening

The new venue, the Melbourne Recital Centre, set the tone for the evening.  The School Captains spoke movingly of their memories and of what The King David School has meant for them.

Our School Council President, Mark Harrison, spoke of the renewed vigour and direction of the School, as evidenced by Project Chai V’kayam.  He stressed that while buildings and facilities do not constitute the essence of the education we offer, new ...

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2012 KDS Golf Day

It was a mostly sunny day for the competent and not so competent golfers who attended our KDS Golf Day, held at Cranbourne Golf Course on Friday 23 November.

The consensus was that it was a “really fun event” with a “great atmosphere”.

In true King David community style, it was wonderful to see parents, grandparents, staff, and friends of the School support the event.

An Ambrose competition was played, in teams of four ...

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Year 7 Kabbalat Torah

One of the highlights in the Year 7 school calendar is the Kabbalat Torah.

This is an annual celebration of the coming of age of the Year 7 cohort and was held recently at Temple Beth Israel, witnessed by family, friends and teaching staff.

Students led the Ma’ariv service and ritually “received” Torah by having a scroll passed to them.

Each student also presented a family artefact and explained why it was important to ...

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Year 12 Celebration Day

The last few days of the Year 12 experience are an extremely difficult time for students and teachers alike. After many years of learning within a supportive community that has challenged and extended the students intellectually, emotionally and physically, the students are facing the larger stage of the State-wide examinations in which they are indeed no more than a number.  To achieve their goals, they must stand alone grappling with the ...

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Year 5 Camp

The Year 5 students were excited to go to Gilwell Park for their four day camp. They experienced a variety of activities that built on previous experiences.  The activities challenged them individually and required them to work as supportive team members. The activities included High Ropes Course, Low Ropes Course, Flying Fox, Climbing Wall, Canoeing, Raft Building, Bushwalking and the muddy Gauntlet.

During the course of the camp the students spent seperate ...

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