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Holly Rofé Early Learning Centre


Education during the early years is crucial for instilling a strong Jewish identity in children, ensuring the most suitable conditions for brain development and helping young children develop important interpersonal relationships. Through our Tzutzik, Ganeynu and Nursery programs, children experience a boutique learning environment tailor-designed to meet their needs. The Holly Rofé Early Learning Centre serves as a stepping stone to our Elementary School programme, providing the foundation and framework for the transition to our other Carmel schools.

The most important and decisive age in education is early childhood

Yesodat ha Chinuch

Our purpose built facility combined with an integrated and tailor designed transdiciplinary curriculum, allows all our learners to develop cognitively and emotionally at their pace. Our team of committed early years educators provide every child with individual time and attention each day. Our small class setting and high teacher-to-student ratio ensure that the cognitive, personal and emotional needs of all children are catered to.

Children as young as twelve months have daily opportunities to develop the critically important fine and gross motor skills, to be exposed to the building blocks for early language development and to experience and learn how to create positive social interactions through play and music. For 25 years our early learning programmes have nurtured young children, helping them build their early learning skills, their emotional security and confidence and helping make them become capable of positive relationships.

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West Side Story

Elsa's West Side Story will transport you to 1950s New York City where two young, idealistic lovers, Tony and Maria, find themselves caught between warring street gangs, the "American" Jets and the Puerto Rican Sharks. Their struggle to survive in a world of hate, violence and prejudice is one of the most heart-wrenching and relevant musical dramas of our time.

Book Cafe

Colourful scenes from this week's PTA Book Cafe