KD pupils prepare for campus life

CAMPUS LIFE: KD sixth-form students Amy Lever, Charlotte Cobb, Sarah Wilkes, Reeny Ross and Kfir Morwood with Genesis representative Shmuel Dulberg and Aish Manchester’s Rabbi Shaully Strom

A NEW initiative, Campus Comes To You, was launched at King David High School this week, as part of Aish Manchester’s sixth-form programme.

Genesis is a campus project of Aish UK that brings speakers to university campuses on a weekly basis.

To increase awareness about Genesis, prior to students arriving on campus in September, Aish Manchester invited staff couples to KD to connect with the students and explain more about what the programme offers.

Aish Manchester’s Rabbi Zvi Gefen said: “When we mentioned this idea to our current campus students, they told us how much they wished this would have happened when they were in school.”

Meanwhile, to mark Israel’s 70th birthday, Aish joined up with KD yesterday for a day of activities

They finished off the afternoon with years seven, eight and nine pupils forming the number 70 for a drone photograph.

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