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Shabbat with Rachel Riley

The current pandemic has taken a huge toil on schools finances across the UK and Clore Tikva School has not been exempt from this. Covid 19 has seen the school having to make unforeseen investments to

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Essex start-ups helped at Work Avenue event

BUDDING entrepreneurs and businesspeople from Essex were among the 100 delegates at Work Avenue’s Start-Up Central event.  The online conference had the theme of Innovate: Inform: Inspire – and saw speakers share their experiences and tips

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Stacey Dooley’s Essex Sleepover

Stacey Dooley is best known for winning Strictly Come Dancing in 2018, as well as her hard hitting documentaries, but in her new series she is just one of the family. Returning for its second series,

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Foundation Stones Project

Remembering the past, honouring those whose voices were muted is something we feel passionately about at Clore Tikva School. It is part of who we are and our Jewish ethos to remember the past to ensure

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No to Rockets, Yes to Peace

The Board of Deputies, in partnership with organisations across the UK Jewish community, are inviting people to share the message “No to Rockets, Yes to Peace” this Sunday 16th May between 10am to 12noon to show

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A Winning Shavuot Treat

An Essex resident has beaten around 300 hopefuls to come up with the winning flavour as part of the United Synagogue’s Choose Your Own Cheesecake competition in partnership COCO Bakery in Golders Green. The competition, which

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A new life for lockdown locks

By Micaela BlitzA kind-hearted six-year-old from Barkingside has used her post-lockdown haircut to help those suffering with cancer. Mia Epstein has been growing her hair for the past ten months with the intention of donating it

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A Question of Religion

By Micaela Blitz – AS the saying goes, if you ask two Jews a question, you’ll get three different answers. So if the question you are asking is, “What does it mean to be Jewish?”, then

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Shabbat with Rachel Riley

The current pandemic has taken a huge toil on schools finances across the UK and Clore Tikva School has not been exempt from this. Covid 19 has seen the school having to make unforeseen investments to

Read More »

Essex start-ups helped at Work Avenue event

BUDDING entrepreneurs and businesspeople from Essex were among the 100 delegates at Work Avenue’s Start-Up Central event.  The online conference had the theme of Innovate: Inform: Inspire – and saw speakers share their experiences and tips

Read More »

Stacey Dooley’s Essex Sleepover

Stacey Dooley is best known for winning Strictly Come Dancing in 2018, as well as her hard hitting documentaries, but in her new series she is just one of the family. Returning for its second series,

Read More »

Foundation Stones Project

Remembering the past, honouring those whose voices were muted is something we feel passionately about at Clore Tikva School. It is part of who we are and our Jewish ethos to remember the past to ensure

Read More »

No to Rockets, Yes to Peace

The Board of Deputies, in partnership with organisations across the UK Jewish community, are inviting people to share the message “No to Rockets, Yes to Peace” this Sunday 16th May between 10am to 12noon to show

Read More »

A Winning Shavuot Treat

An Essex resident has beaten around 300 hopefuls to come up with the winning flavour as part of the United Synagogue’s Choose Your Own Cheesecake competition in partnership COCO Bakery in Golders Green. The competition, which

Read More »

A new life for lockdown locks

By Micaela BlitzA kind-hearted six-year-old from Barkingside has used her post-lockdown haircut to help those suffering with cancer. Mia Epstein has been growing her hair for the past ten months with the intention of donating it

Read More »

A Question of Religion

By Micaela Blitz – AS the saying goes, if you ask two Jews a question, you’ll get three different answers. So if the question you are asking is, “What does it mean to be Jewish?”, then

Read More »