Meet the school catering team and taste their cheesecake!

Stir fry, egg noodles, crispy tofu and a salad of Chinese cabbage and sweetcorn with a soy, lime, chilli and ginger dressing could be lunch at any top restaurant. In fact, it’s from the menu at Kisharon Noé School. Catering Manager Jana Gocover with her team, Judy Wise and Vangel ‘Vani’ Tsani cook for 90 […]

Neil realises ambition to help the homeless

Neil ran a fundraising stall and is to start volunteering with the homeless charity Emmaus thanks to the support of Kisharon Langdon staff. Neil, in supported living for 15 years, said: “Growing up in Watford, I remember seeing people living rough and I wondered why not much was done to help them.” Neil’s empathy for […]

People we support are volunteering too

Learning disability is no barrier when it comes to helping others.   People we support are contributing to society in a variety of volunteering projects across the community. These projects include:  Talya, supported by Kisharon Langdon, reads stories to pupils at St Martin’s Preparatory School in Mill Hill every week. Kisharon Langdon people also collected […]

Support our riders in the Velo 2024

Three men supported by Kisharon Langdon are in for a big adventure on this month’s 284-mile bike ride from London’s Liverpool Street station to Amsterdam, and their ‘pilots’ will be with them all the way.  Dieter Stein, Lee Clements and Ben Miller, (Kisharon Trustee and Governor of Langdon College), are highly experienced cyclists and pilots […]

London Marathon runners raise £30k

An Australian on a mission to run the world’s six major marathons was one of nine runners who raised more than £30k for Kisharon Langdon in this year’s London Marathon.  Australian Danny Harris joined Dan Schauer from the US and Naftali Levene, at yeshiva in Israel, in crossing oceans to take part. Expressing heartfelt thanks […]

‘Outstanding’ Mitzvah Day award for Rachel

Rachel Ucko, winner of an award for Outstanding Individual on Mitzvah Day, is “an unsung hero – the invisible glue that holds our community together,” said Richard Franklin, Kisharon Langdon Chief Executive. He was speaking after the awards event at South Hampstead Synagogue, when Kisharon Langdon also picked up a Beneficiary Charity Award which is […]

Members pack Pesach treats for the Army

As many as 100 soldiers, pilots, sailors, reservists and other Jewish servicemen and women serving in the British Armed Forces opened boxes of Pesach goods packed by Kisharon Langdon.  Inside the boxes were grape juice, matzo serviettes, snacks and other gifts for the festival. Pesach-themed toys and cupcake kits were packed for families with children.  […]

Help us to reach our £2m campaign target

People we support, their families and staff are becoming Champions to help us achieve our ambitious £2m target in this year’s Matched Funding Campaign. It actually costs £18m to run our services and for £4m of that, we’re relying on the generosity of our community. We’re depending on our Champions to raise £2million from this […]

Work on the horizon with new employment workshops

Employment workshops are to start at Kisharon Langdon to help people with learning disabilities to find work. The first will focus on job searching and completing job applications, CVs and writing cover letters, while the second will focus on customer service skills, the expectations of employers and work etiquette. One of the workshops will run every […]

Bursting with pride as Kisharon Langdon stages production of Annie

Annie was the hottest ticket in town earlier this month as Kisharon Langdon members acted and sang their hearts out in a performance of the foot-tapping musical. The stars of the show – Zoe May played Annie, Max Lewis was Mrs Hannigan  – and cast members Gabs, Faith, Benjamin, Danni, Ophir and Billie all deserved a […]