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Health & Fitness

Health & Fitness

Pilates

(Jan-Apr 2020) Pilates improves posture, enhances muscle tone and body shape, and helps correct muscle imbalances and weaknesses.

Families & Youth

Families & Youth

JW3 Playgroup with Ilana Banana

(Jan-Apr 2020) Join us every Thursday morning for some informal play, songs, games, chat and activities for the little ones. Each week we will also be holding a mini Shabbat service with Challah and Shabbat songs.

Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

Hebrew Beginners II (Term II) Thursday

If you are not familiar with the block or script Hebrew alphabet, we recommend starting here in order to be able to read without vowels as well as to write and build up basic conversation.

Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

Modern Jewish Literature

This January Aviva will explore the richness of modern Jewish literature through reading Israeli, European and American books. This term’s books will include ‘A Long Night in Paris’, an Israeli thriller by the former editor in chief of Ha’aretz, Dov Alton; Ehud Barack’s memoir ‘My Country, My Life’; ‘Immigrant City’, short stories by David Bezmozgris; ‘Inheritance: A Memoir of Genealogy, Paternity and Love’ by Dani Shapiro and ‘Out of Egypt’ by André Aciman

Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

The Baltic Region: 1700-2100

The Baltic has been linked to England from the earliest times as a trading partner, and yet we know relatively little of its rich history. In this course we shall seek to understand more of this history from the rise of Sweden as a European Superpower through to the regional co-operation of today. We shall see how the region has been threatened by its large neighbours, Russia and Germany.

Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

Abraham Debating Club

(Jan-Apr 2020) Come and debate with fellow students who organise this 'Intelligence Squared' type debate. A wide range of subjects will be chosen by the group.

Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

Amsterdam: City of Water and Commerce

Amsterdam is a lot more than canals and bicycles. Its history stretches back to a 12th century fishing village, before turning itself into a great European commercial centre in the late 16th century. Alongside this commercial city arose a wonderful city of culture in the Dutch Golden Age. Yet Amsterdam also witnessed many devastating wars, right up to The Second World War. A city with many ups and downs but today it remains one of the continent’s most vibrant and tolerant of cities.

Families & Youth

Families & Youth

French Fun with Club Petit Pierrot

Established in 1993, Club Petit Pierrot offers fun French lessons where children flourish and learn French without realising it!

Families & Youth

Families & Youth

French Fun with Club Petit Pierrot

Established in 1993, Club Petit Pierrot offers fun French lessons where children flourish and learn French without realising it!

Families & Youth

Families & Youth

Tzofikeff

Come join the Tzofim once a week for lively and fun Hebrew activities. We combine Jewish and universal values that educate children towards friendship and acceptance.

Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

Hebrew Beginners III Thursday

Become confident handling the past tense, discussing newspaper headlines and listening to Hebrew recordings.

Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

Hebrew Beginners I (Term II) Thursday

Become confident handling the past tense, discussing newspaper headlines and listening to Hebrew recordings.

Cinema

Cinema

Vivian’s Garden + Part One & Two

Vivian’s Garden is a sensitive portrait of the relationship between artists Vivian and Elizabeth Suter in Panajachel, Guatemala; the film intimately captures their artistic, emotional and economic lives alongside their extended community. It will be followed by Part One: Where there is a joyous mood, there a comrade will appear to share a glass of wine, and Part Two: The moon nearly at the full. The team horse goes astray – a new two-part film that combines narrative techniques with observational footage to create a procession of images in which staged scenes flow seamlessly into real life. The starting point for the film is The Shobies’ Story, a short story written by the science fiction writer Ursula K. Le Guin; it follows a group of individuals who come together in preparation for an experiment in space travel using non-linear time.