From 2 to 13 years old
The “Giorgio Coen” Jewish school provides basic training on the principles and practice of Judaism and aims to strengthen the Jewish identity of our children. Led by trained teachers and teachers, it offers lessons in Judaism and Hebrew language, with mother tongue teachers. Lessons in Judaism include, among other things, those on Shabbat and holidays, on the stories of Torah and Midrash, on ethics and the Mitzvot and on the history of Israel. The classes are divided according to the age and level of preparation of the girls and boys. For the older ones, the school also offers a preparation program for Bar-Mitzvah and Bat-Mitzvah.
We welcome students of all levels of Jewish observance and knowledge. The duration of the lessons is 50 minutes.
The Giorgio Coen school is supervised by our Rabbi Joel Oseran, Vice President Emeritus of the World Union of Progressive Judaism.
Train a lad in the way he ought to go; He will not swerve from it even in old age.
It is mandatory to appoint school teachers for small children in each and every state, in each and every province, and in each and every city. for the world cannot endure save only by the fervent recitation of school children in the house of their master.
(Maimonide, MishnehTorah – Torah Study 2:1)
Goals of the school:
helping families to build a Jewish identity based on our tradition;
teach the precepts, both ritual (including those of feasts, Shabbat and Kashrut) and ethical and social;
teaching the Torah, Jewish history, the history of Israel;
teach the basics of the Hebrew language, in order to be able to read and understand the Siddur and the Torah;
exercise children in the main prayers (Shema, Amidà etc.).
Kindergarten(2 to 5 years): two hours of lessons of stories, games, songs, projects).
School from 6 to 11 years: 50 minutes of Judaism, 50 minutes of Hebrew language, 15 minutes of Tefillà.
School from 12 to 13 years old: girls and boys prepare for the Bar or Bat Mitzvah, continuing with their studies of the Hebrew language and Judaism, focusing on the study of ethics and the mitzvot. This path also includes a Tikkun olam project, to be carried out even after school hours.
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