Robotics students are getting smarter, so organisers of the international Nadav Shoham Robotraffic competition have put them on notice – next year’s contest is going to be more difficult!
Teams representing schools in the World ORT network once again dominated the winners’ table even as the competition, which is hosted by the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, attracts a wider range of teams.
As 2016 comes to an end I would like to thank you for your support. Recognising the many demands on the philanthropy and tzedakah of those in our community the words of Olga Troupp, Principal of the ORT school in Kazan, Russia remind us of the importance of our work,
“By supporting our kids you are supporting the Jewish future. You are supporting the Jewish future not only in Russia but the entire world.”
Israel’s Minister for Education, Naftali Bennett. “For me, the project is a dream come true,” said Mr Bennet
This academic year has seen the launch of ORT UK’s first Bar and Bat Mitzvah Twinning Project; twinning UK children with their Lithuanian counterparts for a year-long journey of discovery and learning. 13 children from Muswell Hill Synagogue (6 boys and 7 girls) have been twinned with students from the ORT Sholom Aleichem Gymnasium School in Vilnius.