Maccabi GB Weekly Update • 7th - 11th September 2020
The latest news from Maccabi GB
Streetwise Programmes 2020/21 With the Autumn term just beginning, Streetwise is now offering it's full range of programmes on anti-bullying, online safety and relationships education, to every Jewish primary school across the country. All Streetwise sessions can be delivered via online workshops. The Streetwise team can build bespoke schedules for each school, depending on year group size and requirements.
Stand Up! Workshops 2020/21 We're excited to announce that Stand Up! are now offering anti-bullying, anti-discrimination and media and propaganda workshops in secondary schools across the country. These informal and interactive sessions will create a safe space to allow students to have sensitive conversations with their peers. All sessions are free of charge.
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An announcement from Manchester Jewish Soccer League Chairman Paul Rose
Manchester Jewish Soccer League season 73, starts on Sunday 13th September after a 6 month gap following Covid lockdown.
With strict protocols and risk assessments in place, the two matches are Maccabi Manchester 3rd v Reich Masters at Brooklands in Manchester (10am) and Haroldeans v Jewventus at Simpson Ground in Liverpool (11am).
An announcement from Maccabi GB Southern Football League Chairman David Wolff
The first weekend of the new season went ahead with the exception of one match that had to be cancelled through the Pandemic. There were an excessive number of cautions that, I hope, will reduce in the future weeks.
This weekend sees a full programme once again with full referee coverage as usual. Some clubs are struggling to secure a regular pitch but I hope that this will be sorted in due course.
On Sunday, Hendon United Sports, the Champions of 2019-2020 will be presented with their Winners medals at The Hive after their match with HMH. In compliance with all the Protocols they will need to be collected from the ‘boot’ of my car!!