Tamid Learning Program, Tuesdays 4-6pm

TBI TAMID with Kim

*Term 3, 2018 commences Tuesday 17 July*

Making Lasting Jewish Memories

We believe that traditional classroom learning is not an effective way to impart a love of Jewish life to our children, so we created an after-school learning program that is activity based, focusing on social-emotional behavioural education within a Jewish context.

Our engaging, hands-on, project-based learning program makes Judaism accessible and relevant to young people because we believe that children learn best when they enjoy themselves. Focused on providing an informal, high-quality learning environment in which children love being together, we bring Torah to life through explorations of Hebrew, Jewish Studies, and all-school t’filah (prayer service).  

Find your connection to our program by reading more about our curriculum and discover how to make Judaism a part of your student’s life both on our campus and in your home through our Tamid program.

Enrol online now by clicking the below link, or by contacting our Tamid Coordinator: Max Jared Einsohn (max.jared.einsohn@tbi.org.au)

Our experiential educators look forward to working with you to build the Jewish future through our Tamid learning program.

Online Enrolment

Tamid Program Guiding Principles

  • We believe in active participation and fostering a sense of belonging to TBI.
  • We believe in creating an inclusive atmosphere regardless of a family’s Jewish background.
  • We believe in active Jewish learning and living through Jewish experiences.
  • We believe in the spirit of community, making being Jewish fun, exciting, and something of which to be proud.
  • We believe in fostering a proud and a strong Jewish identity by imparting the joys of our tradition via Jewish learning through the senses.
  • We believe in instilling curiosity, passion and enthusiasm as an integral part of Jewish learning.
  • We believe in creating students who are confident readers of Hebrew, who understand the meaning behind the prayers they recite.
  • We believe in encouraging participation and leading of shul services.
  • We believe that bar or bat mitzvah is part of Jewish life.
  • We believe in a living Judaism, taught and practised through ethics, values, traditions and rituals.
  • We believe in a sense of belonging to a caring, inclusive, and meaningful community.
  • We believe in connecting what is learned and practised at synagogue to what is practised and valued at home.