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Preschool daycare:

The daycare center, which is open to the entire Tel Aviv population, was founded in 2001, based on the concept and understanding that a positive dynamic between local religious and non-religious residents could become a reality through common educational settings. The daycare center has an enrollment of some 85 children, at least half of whom come from non-religious families. The center provides a loving environment, fostering relationships between the children and their parents, and is a model for a common society based on the values ​​of the Jewish tradition


Preschool daycare:

The daycare center, which is open to the entire Tel Aviv population, was founded in 2001, based on the concept and understanding that a positive dynamic between local religious and non-religious residents could become a reality through common educational settings. The daycare center has an enrollment of some 85 children, at least half of whom come from non-religious families. The center provides a loving environment, fostering relationships between the children and their parents, and is a model for a common society based on the values of the Jewish tradition.

 

Chain of afterschool activities centers:

The chain, which has six branches, was established in 2004, and serves the general public in the Tel Aviv area.

The centers operate in cooperation with the Tel Aviv Municipality and their activities are held in municipal preschool facilities.
These centers are unique in that they provide not only a warm and loving environment for the children, thus allaying the concerns of their parents, but also provide a quality educational setting that emphasizes Jewish values 
​​and tradition.
Talmud Torah:

The Talmud Torah operates all year round in the afternoon hours and also in the mornings during school vacations. The Talmud Torah combines fundamental Mishnah and Torah studies with carpentry and sports lessons.
The teachers at the Talmud Torah are carpentry and sports education professionals  and married yeshiva students.

 

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