Beit Knesset


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Beit Knesset

(bɛt ˈknɛsɛt) or

Beth Knesseth

n
(Judaism) a synagogue: often used in the names of congregations
[from Hebrew, literally: house of assembly]
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A centrepiece of the campus is the Beit Knesset - a place of workshop and informal Jewish debating area - which we can reveal is to take the name of much loved pupil Tilly Rosenblatt.
As well as naming the Beit Knesset after the pupil the school also ensures her memory lives on through the Tilly Rosenblatt Tikun Olam Prize and lectures in her name aimed at the principle of Tikun Olam meaning "to make the world a better place".
The Beit Knesset was built by the people around me.