Visual Arts Exhibition 2022

A highlight this term has been the Visual Arts Exhibition. On display was work from Years 7 to 12, showcasing that our students have excelled at a wide range of mediums and techniques. Well done to our Visual Arts students!

Channukah 2021

We are looking forward to celebrating Channukah at Masada this week. The week will be filled with celebrations across all the grades. Wishing our Masada families a very Happy Channukah. May the lights of Channukah fill your homes with peace, joy and celebrations.

Masada College Wins Top Hebrew School

Every year, Masada College students have the opportunity to participate in The Education Perfect Languages Championship. With approximately 200,000 participants, this online event, which celebrates learning in Languages and other subjects, is a great opportunity to inspire students to learn while competing on a global scale.

Three of our students received bronze awards, placing them in the top 10% of all competitors. Three students also received silver awards placing them in the top 5% of all competitors.

Rachael Melamed (yr 8) placed 2nd in Hebrew and Benjamin Shacknofsky (yr 9) placed 3rd. Masada College received the title TOP HEBREW SCHOOL

Kol Hakavod to all competitors!

Refugee Challenge Sleepout

By Ms Liora Hayman, Jewish Life

A few weeks ago, our students in Years 8-11 were invited to participate in the Refugee Challenge Sleep Out organised by the Year 12 prefects. Students slept over at our school, in outdoor conditions and experienced a full simulation refugee camp, highlighting what it is like for refugees living in camps as well as urban refugees and asylum seekers. The Refugee Challenge was not only a great way for the students to engage with and gain the respect of their peers, but it also gave them a major sense of appreciation, as well as the chance to feel empathy towards the plight of refugees and the harsh reality they must face in order to escape persecution and other dangers. It enabled the students to gain a more profound understanding of the challenges, difficult decisions and experiences a refugee may encounter.

Students come away feeling informed and encouraged to look to the needs of others as well as empowered to consider alternatives, solutions, and practical changes that may inspire better outcomes for people seeking safety and ultimately generate a more welcoming and compassionate society.

Kol Hakavod to the leaders for putting together an outstanding and memorable event!

Mums ‘n Bubs Challah bake and Shabbat table.

Masada College invites you to join us at a Mums ‘n Bubs Challah bake and Shabbat table.

When: 20 September 2019
Time: 9am – 10:15 am
Where: We will begin at the Masada Cottage ELC
Who: All bubs aged 1-4 years old and their mums, grandparents or caregiver

What you and your bubs can look forward to:

– Rosh Hashanah card making

– Apples and honey tasting

– Challah making

– Songs laughter and a warm Jewish atmosphere that Masada College is known for

This event is free of charge so spread the word- we’d love bobbas, aunts, cousins and friends to join us!

Please sign up and let us know you’ll be coming here

Regards

The Masada College team

 

 

Intercultural Volunteer Program for Masada College and Unity Grammar School

By Martin Tait –  College Principal

Recently I had the pleasure of attending an excursion with a number of our Year 10 students to the Exodus Foundation as part of an intercultural volunteer program at a Homeless Shelter in Ashfield.

Along with Unity Grammar School, our students worked in group shifts which were designed to give the volunteers a holistic experience of restaurant operations. Each shift started with a site induction, after which the volunteers were allocated to a range of roles according to the restaurant’s needs. This included food preparation, restaurant set-up, food and beverage service, the creation of emergency food parcels, and cleaning. I am pleased to say that our students were excellent ambassadors for the College and learnt about the importance of volunteering, as well as at the same time gaining some wonderful connections with students from Unity Grammar School.

Our students were also very fortunate to meet Rev Bill Crews, the founder of the Exodus Foundation. Rev Crews was the recipient of the 2015 NSW Human Rights Award which pays tribute to those who support the disadvantaged and marginalized and endeavor to make NSW a better community. We look forward to more opportunities with them in the future. For further information on the incredible work the Exodus Foundation does each and every day, please visit exodusfoundation.org.au/

I would like to thank Osman Karolia, Head of Community Engagement from Unity Grammar for helping provide this opportunity for our students.

 

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