State Aid Celebration at the Lubavitch Boys' Primary School

Wednesday, 28 November, 2012 - 7:10 pm

Lunch - School.jpgLast weekend over 50 people gathered for a reception at the Lubavitch Boys' Primary School to celebrate the school achieving Voluntary Aided status earlier this year.

For the last couple of years Chabad Lubavitch has worked closely with the Local Education Authority (LEA) in order to make the necessary improvements to the school so as to qualify to receive State Aid. 

The work was made possible due to a handful of generous individuals who both contributed and raised awareness of the project thus helping Chabad Lubavitch reach their target.

ThLunch Bentzi.jpge reception was attended by various dignitaries, donors, employees and other supporters. Rabbi Bentzi Sudak welcomed people to the event and spoke about the immense positive effect of this both for the school and the entire organisation.

A plaque was then unveiled inside the school dedicating part of the school as the 'Ben Ish Chai Wing'. Rabbi Shmuel Karasik, Headmaster of the Boys' Primary School talked about the running of the school and how it offers students unrivaled education opportunities with a strong focus on Torah studies.

Rabbi Odom Bradman shared his experience as a graduate of the school and as a parent of a pupil. Many alumni of the school have taken up positions as Chabad Shluchim both in the UK and all over the world. Rabbi Yitzchok Sufrin, from Lubavitch HQ then spoke about the connection between the Ben Ish Chai and the Lubavitche Rebbe Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson. The ceremony concluded with a presentation to the people who helped the school reach this new milestone.
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The Lubavitch Boys' Primary School, received state funding from the beginning of July 2012 following the Senior Girls' School which received its funding in June 2012 and the Ruth Lunzer Lubavitch Girls' Primary School which has benefitted from state funding for a number of years.



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