Philosophy - Jewish Values
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Masa (Journey): children’s success is not just dependent on attaining goals; it is the experience or journey the children have that really matters.
B’Tzelem Elokim (Divine Image): each child possesses enormous potential. We take the time to get to know each child and build upon their individual uniqueness.
B’rit (Covenant): Relationships of trust and security are established, allowing children to thrive. The culture centers around children's and families’ emotional well-being; individualities are honored, opinions are heard and needs are considered.
Hitorerut (Awakening): maintaining the children’s sense of wonder elevates their experiences, enhances their relationships and increases their joy.
Tikun Olam (Repairing the World): children are inspired by the realization that what they do matters – through their ritual lives; their behavior toward the environment, those with whom they come in contact every day - they are making a difference.
Kedusha (Holiness): We infuse our days, the environments and our community with added significance through full presence and intention.
Drash (Interpretation):To ask, to argue, to interpret, and to transmit are all essential elements of the children’s growth and maturity.