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At Darchei Noam, we believe that learning comes from experience. At Darchei Noam, we strive to give our students different experiences by focusing on experiential and child-centered Jewish living curriculum (Torah, Mitzvot, Tikkun Olam, Israel and Jewish Life). Our integrated experiential learning programming includes woodworking, Jewish cooking and other exploratory ways of learning. We explore Jewish rituals, holiday traditions, Hebrew reading, and history. Our curriculum is explored through dynamic discussions, hands-on activities, and community and holiday events. Our partnership with UJA’s Shinshinim program, give a deeper connection and understanding of Israel. Our School environment supports diversity and inclusion.

Our new triannual curriculum is based on the notion that the world stands on three pillars: Torah, Avodah (work) and Gemilut Chassadim (good deeds). The curriculum was developed by Congregation Darchei Noam’s Rabbi Tina Grimberg and covers a wide range of engaging and exciting Jewish learning.

In the primary grades, our learning starts with Jewish values, stories from the Torah and Jewish celebrations and traditions. Children explore how they belong to the Jewish community starting with their family and synagogue.

In grades 3 and 4, students explore lifecycle events and the ways in which Jews are part of their local and global Jewish community. Students connect with their Jewish roots and learn about Israel and its culture, geography, history and language.

In grades, 5 and 6 students explore their Jewish Values and begin exploring their role in the larger world. They learn about ethics and the good deeds of both past and present. Students will their place in Jewish history; learning about the past, including the Holocaust and the establishment of the State of Israel. Student use their skills and knowledge to be active members in the Reconstructionist community

· Classes are held Sunday mornings on line from 10:00am-12:30pm for students in grades 3-6 and 10:00-11:15 for students in Sk-grade 2

· Classes will follow Canada Health COVID- 19 protocols

· The Hebrew School has close ties with Darchei Noam’s services and celebrations. In addition to their studies, students enjoy social events, music, art projects, field trips, and fun activities on Shabbat and holidays.

· We are proud to employ an Experiential Learning teaching method where students learn through art and performance. Our dynamic teachers use interactive learning and activities, and combine lessons with hands-on experiences with the Rabbi.

· Our curriculum blends Jewish principles and traditions with contemporary values, and reflects our congregation’s priorities of tzedakah and tikkun olam.

Tue, 13 April 2021 1 Iyar 5781