Spiro Ark

Registered Charity No 1070926


“…space for knowledge to grow.”

“I enjoyed the Ulpan ver, very much and husband Peter did as well. It was truly a marvelous learning experience. Thank you and Robin for creating such a space for knowledge to grow”
Hanelle Levine, Ulpan 2018 student

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Alberto Carvalho

“I fully recommend this course because it is taught with passion”
Alberto Carvalho, Ulpan 2016

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Kate Karni Cohen

“ I am very glad I came to this Ulpan. I found Nitza a very inspiring and charismatic teacher. I liked it when she explained the origin of word and links between words. She took time to mark homework. There was a very friendly atmosphere and the venue is very

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Sarah Gordon

“The course atmosphere was excellent. Everyone was very friendly and it was nice to get to know other people from different classes. Nitza is so warm and kind. The venue was very convenient. “
Sarah Gordon, Ulpan 2016

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Ruper Bawden

“The Ulpan atmosphere was outstanding. Hebrew can be difficult – it was made enjoyable and understanding. The Venue ( Central Synagogue) was very convenient and authentic.”
Ruper Bawden, Ulpan 2016

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Menashe Tahan

I’d just like to express my gratitude and appreciation to Nitza and Robin Spiro for the platform recently made available to me by the Spiro Ark to deliver a lecture of interest and importance to the Jewish community.
The lead-up to the event was incredibly smooth thanks to the conscientious

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Prof. Ken Goulding, Middlesex University Deputy Vice-Chancellor

Middlesex University is delighted to be associated with the Spiro Ark. After the successful establishment of the Spiro Ark at the University’s Hendon Campus this year we are now planning a number of collaborative initiatives, building on the extensive and successful programme of adults and continuing education which the Spiro

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Lilly Amior

All praise belongs to one person and one person alone and her name is Nitza Spiro. You enthuse those around you and your approach is infectious. It is as simple as that.

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