Small School with a Big Heart Inspired by & committed to Torah values & mitzvot Knowledgeable & passionate about Judaism & Zionism Focus on fine character imbued with integrity & compassion Building life long & Independent Learners Committed Australians loyal to their community responsibilities New Layer Deeply passionate about tradition and jewish continuity

 

WELCOME TO YAVNEH

Leibler Yavneh College is a Co-educational Modern Orthodox Zionist Jewish Day School, with over 700 students from Creche to Year 12. The College is located in the heart of Jewish life in Melbourne, Australia. Yavneh is an outstanding College with a rich and inspiring history. Our team of educators are passionate about instilling a love of Judaism into their modes of teaching. We aspire to a lifetime love of learning and pursuit of academic excellence in both Jewish and General Studies, because they are mutually reinforcing.

We are so proud of our school and its caring and warm, students, staff and community and we look forward to welcoming you to our Yavneh family.

WHAT'S ON

We are always running great events for our students, parents and the wider community. See all our upcoming events here.

Welcome back to School!

We have missed all of your smiling faces and it has been wonderul to see Prep – 2 , Yr

Ma’avar Program – The Transition from SK to Prep – Wed 15th July via Zoom

What is the Ma’avar Program ? Join us for this online event where we will take you through our Ma’avar

Term 2 2020 highlights

It has been so wonderful to see all of the students smiling faces back on campus again. Whilst the Term

THE BLOG

Get all the latest news, stories, achievements and insights from Yavneh

Jonah Feiglin named ‘Young Citizen of the Year 2020’

What an incredible acheivement for anyone, let alone a High School Student. Jonah Feiglin was named Young Citizen of the

Back on Campus !!

We were delighted to welcome back our students to campus and see everone’s smiling faces! As of Tuesday 9th of

Yom Ha’atzmaut 2020

This year, Yom Ha’atzmaut looked a little different to how it usually does, however that did not stop us from

Welcome 2020 Junior Captains

The process of choosing Captains is always challenging as we believe every child has leadership potential. The 2020 group were

THE WEEK THAT WAS

See what we’ve been up to lately on social media and follow us!

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This year, the Vonnie Coopersmith Public Speaking Competition was all online! Students had to record their speeches and last Monday, our finalists were put on show based on 3 topics.
•’Real integrity is doing the right thing, knowing that nobody is going to know whether you did it or not’
• ‘My biggest concern for the future is...’
• ‘The most important lesson of my life is...’.
Congratulations to our year level winners:
Year 5: Oren Davis
Year 6: Amity Paluch
Year 7: Gilad Lowinger
Year 8: Tia Upiter (not pictured)
And a big congratulations to our overall winner - Gilad Lowinger who delivered an impressive speech during challenging times. Mazal Tov! #LYC #Luvyav #vonnies
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This year, the Vonnie Coopersmith Public Speaking Competition was all online! Students had to record their speeches and last Monday, our finalists were put on show based on 3 topics.                        
 •’Real integrity is doing the right thing, knowing that nobody is going to know whether you did it or not’          
 • ‘My biggest concern for the future is...’                                     
 • ‘The most important lesson of my life is...’.                                   
Congratulations to our year level winners:
Year 5: Oren Davis                        
Year 6: Amity Paluch                      
Year 7: Gilad Lowinger                 
Year 8: Tia Upiter (not pictured)                                
And a big congratulations to our overall winner - Gilad Lowinger who delivered an impressive speech during challenging times. Mazal Tov! #LYC #Luvyav #vonniesImage attachmentImage attachment

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כל הכבוד 🎉🎉🎉

Amazing, well done So he Is not only an excellent cricketer but can speak as well 😁

Well done Gilad

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We would like to wish everyone in the Yavneh and wider community a very healthy, happy and sweet new year. No doubt the upcoming Chagim will be a little different this year but we are hopeful and remain positive that together, we will get through this! Shana Tova Umetuka to everyone 🍎🍯 Stay safe and look after each other. #LYC #inthistogether #roshhashana ... See MoreSee Less

We would like to wish everyone in the Yavneh and wider community a very healthy, happy and sweet new year. No doubt the upcoming Chagim will be a little different this year but we are hopeful and remain positive that together, we will get through this! Shana Tova Umetuka to everyone 🍎🍯 Stay safe and look after each other. #LYC #Inthistogether #RoshHashana

Rosh Hashana explained....

The Year 2's have learnt so much in the lead up to Rosh Hashana. We hope you enjoy this video. Shana Tova from our family to yours! #Jlife #LYC #roshhashana #shanatova

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Mazal Tov to Leah Spivak in Year 6 who is the winner of the 2020 Australian Jewish News Rosh Hashanah card competition!

Leah's design has become the newspapers official 5781 Rosh Hashanah card.

Leah's artwork features carefully arranged new year symbols rendered in coloured pencil and outlined in coloured markers. Leah spent many hours working on her piece during Art and in her own spare time.

The annual AJN New Year card competition invites children across the country, aged between five and twelve, to create an original design that celebrates the festival.

We wish Leah Mazal Tov on this amazing acheivement! @jewishnews_au #LYC #yavnehdoesitagain #chodeshelul #roshhashana
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Mazal Tov to Leah Spivak in Year 6 who is the winner of the 2020 Australian Jewish News Rosh Hashanah card competition! 

Leahs design has become the newspapers official 5781 Rosh Hashanah card. 

Leahs artwork features carefully arranged new year symbols rendered in coloured pencil and outlined in coloured markers. Leah spent many hours working on her piece during Art and in her own spare time.

The annual AJN New Year card competition invites children across the country, aged between five and twelve, to create an original design that celebrates the festival.

We wish Leah Mazal Tov on this amazing acheivement! @jewishnews_au #LYC #Yavnehdoesitagain #ChodeshElul #RoshHashana

Wishing everyone in our Yavneh family a meaningful and special Rosh Hashana baBayit - לשנה טובה ומתוקה ... See MoreSee Less

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It was a wonderful video. I just learned that there is a Yavneh School in Raanana

Ilana, I think I recognize your son. Shana Tova

Our Year 2 and 3 students had fun creating Shana Tova centrepieces for their Rosh Hashanah table with Morah Rivka at the after school craft workshop #LYC #yavnehbabayit #roshhashana ... See MoreSee Less

Our Year 2 and 3 students had fun creating Shana Tova centrepieces for their Rosh Hashanah table with Morah Rivka at the after school craft workshop #LYC #YavnehbaBayit #RoshHashana

As part of their unit on Australia’s involvement in WW2, the Year 10’s looked at how Australians coped on the home front. They used recipes from the 1940’s to cook a main meal and a dessert. They made lentil shepherd’s pie, a cottage pie, chocolate mousse cake and an apple crumble 🥧#LYC ... See MoreSee Less

As part of their unit on Australia’s involvement in WW2, the Year 10’s looked at how Australians coped on the home front. They used recipes from the 1940’s to cook a main meal and a dessert. They made lentil shepherd’s pie, a cottage pie, chocolate mousse cake and an apple crumble 🥧#LYCImage attachmentImage attachment
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