You are invited to participate in the Great Nagila Raffle
Tickets are £1 each, £10 for 10, £20 for 20 etc!!! All the money raised goes to support Nagila.
Bekonscot Model village ticket
Mon Platin shampoo and hair mask travel pack
Basket of homemade cookies from Gemma
Nail gift set
4 tickets to London Zoo
Please make your payment below and we will then send you your raffle ticket numbers. Good luck!
Tuesday 10 September: Term begins
Monday 30 September & Tuesday 1 October: closed for Rosh Hashanah
Wednesday 9 October: closed for Yom Kippur
Monday 14 October: closed for Sukkot
Monday 21 October - Friday 25 October: Half Term
Thursday 19 December: End of Term
Tuesday 7 January: Term Begins
Monday 17 - Friday 21 February: Half Term
Monday 24 February: Inset Day
Thursday 2 April: End of Term
Tuesday 21 April: Term Begins
Friday 8 May: Bank Holiday
Monday 25 - 29 May: Half Term
Friday 10 July: End of Term
Nagila, which means “rejoice,” is the excellent and highly praised nursery of Edgware & Hendon Reform Synagogue. We offer a safe, secure and stimulating setting in which pre-school children are free to develop to their full potential in a friendly and nurturing Jewish environment. The school is purpose built with its own secure outdoor play area, which is used daily and gives the children space to move and learn.
• Children at Nagila learn through play. There is a wide range of stimulating materials and activities, carefully chosen for their appropriateness to motivate and encourage children. These include water, sand, clay, painting, singing, drama, cooking, dancing, musical appreciation, woodwork and crafts, which are all provided on a regular basis.
• Letter and number work form part of everyday activities and routines; these help to develop the children’s understanding of numeric concepts and literacy skills. For the older children, these areas are addressed more formally to cover early mathematics and language work. ICT equipment, including a computer, offers the children regular access to stimulating programs to develop early computer skills.
• The children’s awareness of their Jewish heritage is encouraged in a number of ways. They learn about all the major Jewish festivals with activities centred on songs, food and varied craft activities. Every week ends with a Shabbat celebration on Friday.
• Parents are considered partners and recognised as the most important educators of their own children. Children’s progress is regularly monitored and discussed with parents who are invited to join us for regular events such as Shabbat, Seder, Chanukah celebrations and end of year parties
The nursery has a maximum of 40 children. At least 8 staff are on duty each day. All teachers hold recognised Early Years qualifications.
9:00 - 12:00 (Monday to Friday)
12:00 - 13:00 (Monday to Thursday)
13:00 - 15:00 (Monday to Thursday)
12:00 - 15:00 (Monday to Thursday)
8:00 - 9:00 (Monday to Thursday)
To keep in touch with NAGILA go to http://ehrs.uk/keepintouch and check the box for NAGILA