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 Teachers

Morah Sharon 

 

Morah Neta 

 

Morah Sari 

 

Morah Aviva 

Email

swalters@keremschool.co.uk

ngologorsky@keremschool.co.uk

ashoolman@keremschool.co.uk

srubin@keremschool.co.uk

Days they work

Morah Sharon - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

Morah Neta - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Morah Aviva -Monday, Tuesday

Morah Sari - Tuesday, Thursday

Teacher

Morah Sharon 

 

Morah Neta 

 

Mora Sari 

Classes 

Year 1-6 

 

 

Year 1-6

 

 

Nursery and Reception

All classes support

Timetable

Year 1 - Monday 11am-11.30am, Tuesday - 11.45am-12.15pm, Thursday - 11.45am-12.15pm

Year 2 - Monday 11.45am-12.15pm, Tuesday - 10.15am-10.45am, Thursday - 11am-11.30am

Year 3 - Monday 1.15pm-1.45pm, Tuesday 11am-11.30am, Thursday 1.15pm-1.45pm

Year 4 - Monday 2.30pm-3pm, Tuesday 1.45pm-2.15pm, Thursday 2.55pm-3.30pm

Year 5 - Monday 10.30am-11am, Tuesday 2.55pm-3.30pm, Thursday 1.50pm-2.20pm

Year 6 - Monday - 1.50pm-2.20pm, Tuesday - 2.20pm-2.50pm, Thursday - 9am-9.30am

 

Monday and Tuesday morning Israeli Natives Extension sessions with Morah Neta  - 8.25am-8.40am

 

Israel Club with Morah Sharon  - 8.25am-8.40am

 

Thursday morning Morah Sari in EYU - 10.15am-10.45am

 

Tuesday and Thursday afternoon Morah Sari -Ivrit silent reading library session

Teacher

Morah Aviva

Morah Sari

Classes 

Nursery and Reception Class

Monday - Nursery - 11am-11.40am

Tuesday - Nursery - 1.20pm-2pm

Monday - Reception - 1.30pm-2.30pm

Tuesday - Reception - 11am-12pm

Thursday morning Morah Sari in EYU - 10.15am-10.45am (alternate weeks) for Israel integration sessions (Nursery) and Reading Hour in Ivrit (Reception)

Homework 

 

Homework will be set at the end of every topic - normally once every half term

(for revision/project work) in Year 3,4,5,6 only.

Occasionally there will be a mini-test within a topic 

and homework will be set accordingly

 

Library Year 2-4

A library book will be given to each child to take home and read at their leisure. The children will then need to write a short book review in Hebrew. The children do not need to understand every word of the book.

They should try to get the 'gist' of the story and the review can be a few familiar words if longer sentences are more challenging.

The books should be returned as often as possible (minimum one every half term).

 

Library time in Year 5 and 6 will be during class time and the books will not come home.

 

Lesson Structure

 

Classes and Study Programme

 

EYU (taught in groups)

 

Year 1 (taught as a whole class)- Morah Neta with support from Morah Sari/Morah Sharon

 

Chalav U Dvash -Essentially oral based 'Ivrit b-Ivrit' fun and interactive lessons with some literacy and creative activities.

The purpose of the programme is that children familiarise themselves with the language by Understanding (listening) and Speaking.

 

Year 2 (taught as a whole class)- Morah Sharon with support from Morah Neta/Morah Sari.

Israeli natives are taken out with Morah Sari to work on a separate program.

 

Chalav U Dvash -Essentially oral based 'Ivrit b-Ivrit' fun and interactive lessons with some literacy and creative activities. The purpose of the programme is that children familiarise themselves with the language by Understanding (listening) and Speaking.

 

Year 3 - the class is split into 2 groups taught by Morah Sharon and Morah Neta (Morah Sari support).

Israeli natives work on a separate programme.

 

Ivrit B-Click - A digitally based resource using graduated study units on a variety of topics.

Resources include interactive activities, games, worksheets and flash cards. Topics covered are

'Who am I?', 'Family', 'Numbers', 'Birthday',

'Where do I live?','Food and Drink', 'My School'.

The children cover the four strands of language learning - Understanding (listening), Speaking, Reading (comprehension) and Writing (script) in this programme.

 

Year 4 - the class is split into 2 groups taught by Morah Sharon and support fom Morah Sari.

Israeli natives work on a separate programme with Morah Neta.

 

Ivrit B-Click - A digitally based resource using graduated study units on a variety of topics.

Resources include interactive activities, games, worksheets and flash cards. Topics covered are

'My Classroom', 'Picnic in the Park', 'Weather',

'Clothes'. The children cover the four strands of language learning - Understanding (listening),

Speaking, Reading (comprehension) and Writing (script) in this programme.

 

Year 5 -the class is split into 2 groups taught by Morah Sharon and Morah Neta.

 

Ivrit B-Click - A digitally based resource using graduated study units on a variety of topics.

Resources include interactive activities, games, worksheets and flash cards. Topics covered are 'Clothes', 'My Bedroom', 'How Do I Look?', 'Daily Routine'. The children cover the four strands of language learning - Understanding (listening),

Speaking, Reading (comprehension) and

Writing (script) in this programme.

 

Israeli natives work on a separate programme with Morah Sari/Morah Neta.

 

Year 6 - the class is split into 2 groups taught by Morah Sharon and Morah Neta (Morah Sari support).

 

Ivrit B-Click - A digitally based resource using graduated study units on a variety of topics. Resources include interactive activities, games, worksheets and flashcards.

Topics covered are 'Shopping', 'Hobbies', 'Past Tense', 'Feelings'. The children cover the four strands of language learning - Understanding (listening), Speaking, Reading (comprehension), and Writing (script) in this program.

 

Israeli natives work on a separate programme with Morah Sari/Morah Neta

 

Ivrit lessons do not always follow the curriculum. There are many cross curricular lessons for example during Book Week, Ivrit is taught through storytelling and creative writing. In Art Week, Ivrit is taught through paintings and Israeli artists. During the Chagim, Ivrit lessons include relevant songs, activities, foods and stories from Israel. The language is taught in tandem with the culture (twice a year there will be a week long focus on one particular culture of people who live in Israel. This project -Faces of Israel - launched last year and was very successful). Where possible the culture is brought into the classroom through videos, Israeli guests, drama, foods and song.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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