Spic­ing up study with pizza

The Jewish Chronicle - - COMMUNITY -

Seed fund­ing brings ed­u­ca­tional ben­e­fits: some of the Lon­don pupils, par­ents and staff who par­tic­i­pated in Pizza in the Hut

MORE THAN 500 par­ents and chil­dren joined Jewish ed­u­ca­tion char­ity Seed for its Pizza in the Hut Suc­cot ac­tiv­ity.

The an­nual event, part of the Wohl fam­ily ed­u­ca­tion pro­gramme, de­liv­ered hot pizza to Lon­don Jewish schools Im­manuel, So­bell Si­nai, Wolf­son Hil­lel, Rosh Pi­nah and Etz Chaim. Ac­tiv­i­ties were de­signed for par­ents to par­tic­i­pate with chil­dren — from arts and crafts to a car­ni­val.

Seed’s Rabbi Mal­colm Her­man said the or­gan­i­sa­tion was “about strength­en­ing the fam­ily through pos­i­tive Jewish en­coun­ters and a shared en­joy­ment of Jewish life and val­ues. We hope events like this in­spire fam­i­lies to keep en­joy­ing their Ju­daism.”

Wolf­son Hil­lel par­ent Lana Wit­cover said the ac­tiv­ity had “made Suc­cot even more spe­cial.

“My son was thrilled to show us the gor­geous suc­cah model he made. The warmth all the team show is some­thing one needs to ex­pe­ri­ence to fully un­der­stand.”


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