Informal Jewish Education

KTC recognises the vital impact that Informal Jewish education has in our school by complementing and enhancing formal academic instruction. In line with the vision of the school to grow minds and nurture character guided by the torah we embrace experiential learning, engaging students in interactive and dynamic activities that foster a deep connection to Jewish culture, Torah values, and traditions.

By incorporating informal Jewish education into the school curriculum, students are exposed to a diverse range of experiences, such as excursions, interactive workshops, Yom Tov celebrations, and community service projects. These activities create a vibrant and immersive environment where students can explore Jewish identity, history, and ethical principles in a hands-on manner.

The effectiveness of informal Jewish education lies in its ability to instill a sense of pride, belonging, and commitment to authentic Torah values and way of life, while also nurturing critical thinking, creativity, and social skills. By weaving informal education seamlessly into the fabric of school life, students develop a holistic understanding and love of Yiddishkeit that extends beyond textbooks and exams, ultimately shaping their personal and communal identities in profound ways.

This page contains information for parents and students about informal programs and events at our school

Purim Katan Carnival for Primary Girls Hosted By GHS

Purim Katan Carnival in the Girls Primary was hosted by our GHS students. The primary girls loved being treated to games and fun by the GHS

BHS Host and Run Purim Katan Carnival for Primary Boys

Our BHS students hosted and guided our primary students at the recent Purim Katan Carnival. It was so exciting for the primary students to interact and engage with our high school in a fun and meaningful way in honor of Purim Katan.

Chidon 5784 Gets Off To A Roaring Start

Our annual Chidon participants recently sat their Chidon test after many weeks of preparation and study. Students from primary as well as both Girls and Boys high school participate.  Much time and preparation goes into the whole program .. we thank Rabbi Straiton and Devorah Leah Joseph for their commitment each year.

Ushering in the 2 joyous months of Adar

Our BHS and Primary school celebrate Rosh Chodesh Adar with dress ups, dancing and a guest DJ