Buildingresilientchildren

An easily-incorporated learning programme which equips Jewish primary school children to take ownership of their spiritual growth and emotional wellbeing.

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Today’s children
Tomorrow’s adults

As a 21st century educator, you know just how challenging it is to prepare children for life in a fast-changing world.

How can you lay the foundations in these critical years for your pupils to grow...

Emotionally
healthy

with resilience to navigate the struggles and realities of life with positivity?

Strong in their
Yiddishkeit

with the ability to resist the lure of the outside world?

Driven by a profound
sense of purpose

with a deep understanding of their inner selves?

You know there’s more to education than covering the core subjects

You’ve explored various ways to incorporate PSHE and enrich your kodesh curriculum. But you still haven’t found material that is:

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well-structured and easy for teachers to use,

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based on Torah hashkofos and values,

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hands-on and age-appropriate for primary schools.

"I have been the Menahel of Yesoiday HaTorah School for over 25 years and I have throughout that time searched for a programme which would reach the neshamos of our children in a very meaningful way. Treasure Hunt has provided this incredible opportunity.”

Rabbi Y. YodaikenMenahel, Yesoiday HaTorah Multi Academy Trust, Manchester

“Our children are growing up in a world that is so fragmented, so disconnected and so confusing. The greatest gift we can give them is a true understanding of דרכי דרכיה נעם וכל נתיבותיה שלום – the confidence of knowing that the ways of our תורה are pleasant and that all its paths lead to שלום on every level. Your programme is that gift.”

Rabbi Gershon MillerMashgiach, Gateshead Yeshiva

“Our school carefully research and regularly introduce many international educational initiatives and curricula. We were so excited when we were first introduced to Treasure Hunt. The subsequent training, lesson plans, learning packs and feedback from teachers, parents and children have proven beyond doubt that this programme is well worth the investment. Treasure Hunt provides a wholesome curriculum that aims for the heart of every child’s neshomo.”

Rabbi Y. HeimannDeputy Head, Beis Yaakov Primary School, London

That’s why we’ve created Treasure Hunt

A unique curriculum designed to address the specific needs of Jewish children today.

Based on 12 Core Values, Treasure Hunt empowers children to take ownership of their spiritual growth and consciously build their lives with:

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Heightened
self-awareness,
self-esteem
and self-motivation

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Tools and processes to embrace struggles with positivity

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Strong connections to their neshomos, Hashem and other people

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Pride and connection to their Jewish heritage and practices

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Increased happiness, inner peace and resilience

Your timetable and teachers are overloaded

Our easily-incorporated curriculum and extensive resources take your needs into account.

We understand how difficult it is to fit ‘extras’ into your already tight schedule. That’s why we’ve created a ready-to-use syllabus, including detailed lesson plans complete with all the necessary resources. With worksheets, audio-visual presentations, activities and more, lesson planning couldn’t be easier.

Training

Teachers attend a training course, to understand the hashkafos as well as the educational and psychological methods behind the programme.

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Curriculum

The curriculum includes 52 clearly structured lessons which build on each other. The lessons are taught weekly over 2 years.

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Resources

All necessary materials and supporting resources are provided, so there is no extra strain on the teachers.

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Support

Teachers feel confident and supported knowing our team is available to answer questions and assist every step of the way.

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Parents

We encourage parental and family involvement, offering an interactive weekly Family Digest.

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"Treasure Hunt is able to give our children what we all know is necessary for them to know, but for which we do not have the necessary tools to give over to them.”

Rabbi Dovid NojowitzNational Director, Torah Umesorah, New York

“I found this to be an educational programme that not only builds knowledge, but builds the child him/herself. It’s different from any other programme. In fact, I would say, it is the core of everything, applying to everyone.”

Rabbi H. MandelMA Ed Veteran Mechanech,Founder and Dean of Torah Educators Institute, New York

"I’m not aware of other curricula covering this topic in such a practical way. I was very impressed with the attention to detail in Treasure Hunt. The very well-planned lessons and resources made it easier for me to ask teachers to take it on..."

Mrs R. SpringerHead of Keser Girls’ School, Gateshead

“These lessons are the yesod of derech eretz. They are the first steps to building a child. The material is right, very easy to teach, very well broken down and child friendly. The Treasure Hunt team supports us all the way.”

Mrs S. GrohmanMenaheles of Beis Chinuch Lebonos, Westcliff-on Sea
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Will your pupils be next?

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Uncovering the teasure within

A journey of self-discovery
Treasure Hunt is NOT only another:

  • middos programme,
  • life skills curriculum,
  • emotional intelligence course.

Treasure Hunt is a way of life.

Starting at the very core and building out, children gain a deep understanding of their capabilities, purpose and how to use the tools they’ve been given.

With the internal driving the external, children master their:

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thriving as wholesome individuals living fully-engaged Torah lives.

“I love it because it really shows me who I am and what I can discover about myself and how I can increase my behaviour for future years.”

Year 6 Pupil, Bnos Beis Yaakov, London

“I really like Treasure Hunt because it makes me feel more happy about myself and know how lucky we are to have Hashem on our side.”

Year 5 Pupil, Bury and Whitefield, Manchester

“I can control myself and not scream and get angry at people. Thank you for helping me see my powers.”

Year 6 Pupil, Beis Malka, London

Build your pupils from the inside out

Watch them flourish with the ability to:

‘Weed out’ negative thoughts

Make good choices and decisions

Take control of their feelings and emotions

Plan processes to facilitate good habits and growth

Address challenges and struggles with positivity

Feel connected to Hashem and their Jewish heritage

Perform mitzvos with mindfulness

Accept their weaknesses and imperfections

Give your pupils a recipe for life

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