UJEB is proud to offer the HIP program now at 6 schools.
HIP is a successful Hebrew language program for over 10 years. It began as a parent led initiative and at their request the management was taken over by UJEB in 2018. The secret of success is that at the centre of each HIP is an active and committed parent body known as the HIP committee. The HIP committee is responsible for the direction and oversight of HIP at their school.
We have set up each HIP in consultation with parents and as such at different schools HIP can look a little different.
Learning outcomes have been developed with the parent body and differ according the time allotted and educational outcomes sought.
As of term 2, 2019 HIP is at the following schools:
Caulfield Junior College (CJC),
Caulfield South Primary School (CSPS)
Gardenvale Primary School (GPS)
Tucker Rd Bentleigh Primary School (Tucker Rd)
Coatesville Primary School (CPS)
Elwood (in term 3)
The prime objective of HIP is to provide a dynamic, and rigorous Hebrew language program.
The purpose of HIP is to teach students to communicate effectively in Hebrew by developing speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. HIP graduates will be armed with knowledge and skills to engage in further Hebrew language study at secondary school.
HIP celebrates Jewish festivals and engages with the wider school community to foster an appreciation of Jewish culture
CJC – Mon, Wed & Thursday, 8am – 8:50am
CSPS – Mon, Tues & Thurs, 8am – 8:50am
GPS – Tues & Fri (commencing in term 2, 2019) 8am – 8:50am
Tucker Rd – Wednesdays 3:45 – 5pm (start date: May 15)
Coatesville – Tuesdays 3:45 – 5pm (start date May 14)
Elwood – Thursdays 3:45 – 5:15pm (starting in term 3)
An onsite coordinator is responsible for the program, with carefully chosen and experienced teachers to ensure quality learning.
HIP 2019 Curriculum