Volunteering time for learning inside and outside school is key characteristic of the Yavneh experience. Three morning's a week, the pre-shacharis chabura sees 15+ year 11 to 13s guided and inspired by Rabbi Shmuel Schwartz which is also incredible. Additionally, outside school, under direction of ex-Head Boy, Saul Bishop, 30+ boys gather at Vine Street Shul twice a week.
A special mention to; Y11s Joshua Glickman, Otti Hassleton, Shlomo Bookatz and Menachem Bruck, who impressively attend both chaburas.
When you're e Yavneh Boy, you're always a Yavneh Boy. Mazal Tov Osher Landes on the occasion of his wedding to Michal Blank and for gathering so many old boys together:
L-R: Noah Haber, Joshua Rabinowitz, Daniel Rabinowitz, Aryeh Haffner, Osher Landes, Eli Maman, Elisha Dytch, Aaron Labaton, Simon Glass and Jacob Feddy.
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What could you achieve in 108 minutes?
This summer it's time to find out. From Sunday to Friday, using just 3mins a day, a special Torah programme for all years in Yavneh Boys. In just 108 minutes you will have the chance to learn all 613 Mitzvot, keep connected to Torah and keep keep connected to Yavneh Boys.
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Starting this Friday, 16th July 2021
The Year 12 Siyum with Dayan Steiner has been featured in the Jewish Weekly News.
Come check out the article and review of Joseph and Zalman's achievements.
Year 12 boys Joseph Seitler and Zalman Coleman celebrated their completion of Mishnayot with a Siyum in the presence of Dayan Steiner and the whole school together. Dayan Steiner praised the boys and their 'model example' and for their 'love and devotion to learning'. The celebration continued with the whole school together with food from Taam and a Kumzits.
Mazal Tov, boys.
Under the guidance and inspiration of Rabbi Joseph, the morning Shiur Gemara continues to flourish and grow. The boys celebrated together at Ta'am after completing the second perek of Brachot last Wednesday.
The Shiur starts at 7.45am each morning and is open to all.