Early Learning at KTC

August 30, 2013 by Jan Lurie
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Federal MP Malcolm Turnbull attended the opening this week of the Carl Rose Early Learning School at Sydney’s Kesser Torah College.

Carl Rose and Malcolm Turnbull

Carl Rose and Malcolm Turnbull

KTC President Meir Moss, Malcolm Turnbull, Rabbi Dr Noteh Glogauer, KTC Vice-President Ilana Kaplan

KTC President Meir Moss, Malcolm Turnbull, Rabbi Dr Noteh Glogauer, KTC Vice-President Ilana Kaplan

The new Early Learning School at the Dover Heights campus is licensed to accommodate 36 children aged from 2 years, and is anticipated to fill a growing need in the community for quality early childhood education.

The Carl Rose Early Learning School has been custom-built and offers a bright and sunny environment, with a large secluded outdoor play area.

Together with KTC’s Education & Care Centre, programs include Jewish Studies for young children before the start of formal schooling.

The Early Learning School was made possible through the generosity of Mr Carl Rose, and dedicated in memory of his late wife Dorothy Rose.

Mr Meir Moss, President KTC Board of Management, paid tribute to Mr Rose and his dedication to the community. “Donors who provide funds to improve the lot of a child …are giving a gift of everlasting value,” said Mr Moss. “Mr Rose’s story is one of inspiration, resilience and strength, the values that we love to instil in our children.”

He further acknowledged the Scheinberg and Dunkel families for their ongoing support through the Education Heritage Foundation.

Mr Malcolm Turnbull, Federal Member for Wentworth, attended the opening together with his daughter, Daisy. He wished KTC much “naches” (luck) with the centre, and praised the Jewish community for its ongoing commitment and contribution to education.

The event was opened by KTC Principal Rabbi Dr Noteh Glogauer, and attended by approximately 60 invited guests.

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