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Achieving World-Class Supply Chain Alignment: Benefits, Barriers, and Bridges by Stanley E. Fawcett Department of Management Marriott School of Management Brigham Young University and Gregory M. Magnan Albers School of Management Seattle University CENTER FOR ADVANCED PURCHASING STUDIES 2001 10041_NAPM_cover 7/18/01 5:01 PM Page 3
  • familiar sup- ply chain mantra
  • competitive success
  • performance measurement
  • performance-measurement
  • supply chain integration
  • strongest channel partners
  • organizational support
  • scm
  • supply chain management
  • organization

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Akiva school offers a variety of extra curricular activities taking place before, during and after
school. Please note that though the clubs are run in Akiva school, the administration is done by the
club coordinators. Please contact them directly with your queries. Some club letters are available in
the school office .

Currently we have the following clubs at Akiva:

Chess
Choir
Dance
Drama
Dramarama
Enjoy a Ball
Film
Football
Gymnastics
Le Club Akiva
Orchestra
Recorder
Rhythm & Dance
Table tennis
Theatre Bugs
Yoga

The information herewith is correct as of |January 2012






When: Wednesday 3.15-4pm Years 1 & 2 (24 places)
& Who Wednesday 4-5pm Years 3-6 (24 places)
Where: Akiva School
Cost: £85 per term
Start Date: Wednesday 11 January 2012
End Date: Wednesday 28 March 2012



For more information please contact: John Fleetwood
(ECF Coach 2011)
On 020 8346 2472 or johnfleetwoodj@aol.com


The children will be competing in the North London League, The Barnet Jamboree and the
National Schools Championships (Pontins!) They will also be starting the UK Land
Challenge the worlds biggest tournament.

Chess develops a number of skills such as pattern recognition and memory, analytical
ability, decision making, imagination and self-discipline, all of which can naturally help
children in the academic arena.

The cost of this club has not gone up for the 8th year.



When: (Juniors)
Tuesday 10th January to Tuesday 20th March
Years 3 - 6
Time: 10:15 – 10:30

(Infants)
st
Wednesday 11th January to Wednesday 21 March
Years 1 & 2
Time: 10:15 – 10:30


Where: Akiva School
Cost: Free

For More information contact:
Jane Gordon: gordon_boyd@btinternet.com


Infant Choir—Year 1 & 2 children are welcome to sing, dance and enjoy music together with
Jane Gordon assisted by Sara Schaffer.


Junior Choir– Children in years 3-6 are welcome to sing together with Jane Gordon assisted
by Sara Schaffer. This choir now focuses mainly on learning and performing musicals. We
have participated in both Jewish and secular music choir events. In the past this group have
performed in venues including the Queen Elizabeth Hall and the Israeli Dance Festival.

We end the year for both groups with a concert for
parents.
Akiva School 
                      Monday Lunchtime Dance Club 
               All Enquiries to Mari MacKenzie: 
                                                 Mobile: 07956 688 224   marimackenzie@mac.com 
 
Spring Term 2012 – Year 1 
thClub begins: Monday 9  January 
thLast class and ‘Showing’: Monday 26  March 
Cost: £60 (£5.50 per class) 
stDear Parents                                                                                                                                                                                            21  November 2011 
 
Dance Club will continue again next term. The club is held every Monday at lunchtime and is open to all pupils in Year 1. Pupils are 
given 15 minutes to have their hot lunch prior to the class and collected and taken to the studio next door ready to begin 
thpromptly at 12.15 pm. The first club will be held on Monday 9  January and every subsequent Monday for the next eleven weeks 
excluding half term.  
 
The cost of the Club is £60. Cheques should be made payable to Mari MacKenzie and given to the school office in a secure 
thenvelope by Monday 28  November.  Please note: places are limited and will be allocated on first come first serve basis. This 
payment is not refundable should your child miss a session, behave inappropriately or choose to drop out. The last session (which 
thall parents/carers are invited to watch) will be at the usual time on Monday 26  March 2012. If you are planning to attend the last 
class showing, please make a note of this date. 
 
Mari MacKenzie Dip Royal Ballet School (PDTC) will, as usual, lead the Dance Club. Born in Portland Oregon, USA Mari grew up in 
Mexico, Spain and Austria before finally settling in London.  She trained at the Rambert School of Ballet and became a soloist 
with Northern Ballet Theatre. She went to New York and worked with the Metropolitan Opera before becoming principal dancer 
of Ballet Hispanico of New York. It was with Ballet Hispanico that Mari expanded her skills as a dancer and learnt Flamenco, 
African and Latin American dances. Since her return to England, Mari has pursued a career as a dancer, choreographer and 
teacher and works extensively in Film, Television, Musical Theatre and Opera. She was Education manager for the Royal Ballet 
and for Royal Opera House Education’s ‘Chance to Dance’ project. She danced in Kevin Spacey’s film ‘Beyond the Sea’ and with 
Graham Norton in ‘Strictly Dance Fever’. Mari runs After‐school dance clubs for a wide range of ages and abilities, from primary 
schools to secondary schools. She is the founder and director of Culture Club a dance/drama/art scheme that runs in the school 
holidays for children that creates and performs musicals in five days. Mari has also been a judge on the Olivier Awards dance 
panel. Mari still maintains a career as a performer and ensures any absences incurred as a result of this work are covered by other 
highly qualified and professional dancers/teachers. 
 
The Dance Club will be, above all, fun and introduce the children to a wide variety of dance and musical styles from around the 
world including; Flamenco, Ballet, Jazz, African and Pop. The content of the class will also be, in part, creative and linked to the 
children’s classwork through the National Curriculum.   

Yours sincerely 

Mari MacKenzie
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
th th                                                                                              Akiva Monday Lunchtime Dance Club Monday 9  January‐26  March 2012 Cost: £60 
I give permission for my child: 
 
Name    ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………       Class   ……………………………………………………………………………………… 
 
Home/Mobile Tel    ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..  Emergency Tel    …………………………………………………………….. 
 
E‐mail (please write clearly)  ………………….……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 
 
Medical Conditions/Allergies   ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 
      
Signature Parent/Guardian………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 
 
Please make cheques payable to Mari MacKenzie    
Terms&Conditions:  Payment due in advance.  We expect good behaviour and mutual respect at all times.  We reserve the right to exclude any child who does not 
comply with this ethos.   We take no responsibility for loss or damage to personal property. 

th thWhen: Monday 9 January to 19 March
Year 2
12:15 - 12:45

Years 3 & 4
Time: 12:45 - 13:15

Wednesday 11th January to 21st March
Years 5 & 6
Time: 12:45 – 13:15


Where: Spare Year 6 Classroom
Cost: £50 per term


For more information contact:

Jane Gordon: upbeatmusicanddrama.co.uk

This drama group is run by Jane Gordon , Akiva music teacher, who has been teaching primary children
for 23 years and specialising in drama, music and performance.This club is now under the auspices of
her freelance company upbeat music and drama.

These group are open to all children in years 2 to 6 regardless of experience in drama. These clubs have
been running for four years and the main focus of the group is improvisation. This enables the children to
learn to work and co operate with groups of children both from their own and different classes. The group
focuses on allowing children to be creative and imaginative within a safe environment where they can
improvise,be comical, build characters and work together in small groups. The children build up their self-
confidence by working together and performing in front of each other.

We follow a range of ideas for improvisations and the children enjoy providing props for role plays and
ideas for improvisations.  





SPRING 2012

Thursdays – Years 3, 4 & 5 – 3.50pm-4.50pm
12, 19, 26 January
2, 23 February
1, 8, 15, 22, 29 March
(10 sessions)

There will be no class on 16 February due to Half Term

For more information contact:
Jessica Grant: 020 8446 0891 /info@dramarama.co.uk
Places are limited to 14.

Information on the course is as follows:
Junior pupils will work towards Trinity Guildhall, Performing Arts, Group Acting Drama Exams. Children
will work in groups of 3 or more and they will be given an extract from a play together with a poem. The
exam pieces will be rehearsed during the spring and summer terms and parents will be invited to watch a
special rehearsal of all the exam presentations. The exams will take place on 5 July 2012.

For more information or to reserve a place parents should either call Dramarama on: 020 8446 0891 or email
the office at info@dramarama.com.

Parents will be invited to come and watch a special rehearsal of the examination pieces in the middle of
May 2012 and exams will take place at Akiva school in July 2012.

To reserve a place parents should either call Dramarama on 020 8446 0891 or email the office at
info@dramarama.com .







When: Monday 3.30 pm - 4.15pm (Years 1)
& Who 4.15 pm—5.15 pm (Years 2/3&4)
Where: Akiva Studio
Cost: Spring Term: £77 for Year 1 and
£93.50 for Years 2-4
Start Date: Monday 9th January 2012
End Date: Monday 26th March 2012

For more information and to reserve your child’s place
contact : Nicole Golembo
Tel: 07989 748 999 / 08452 26 26 94
Email: nicole.golembo@enjoy-a-ball.com
Web: www.enjoy-a-ball.com


Enjoy-a-Ball is a sports coaching programme for girls and boys aged between three and nine. All lessons are taught
in a caring, positive, fun-filled environment and filled on a first come first serve basis. Small class sizes help ensure
your child gets as much individual attention as possible and we provide plenty of positive reinforcement.
In the early years we introduce children to fun, creative games to develop gross motor skills. As they progress
through the stages, we gradually develop their sports-specific skills and confidence across eight ball sports in a non-
competitive environment (basketball, baseball, football, hockey, rugby, cricket, volleyball and tennis plus TWO new
sports – dodgeball and handball!) Our objective is to make children's first experiences in a sports coaching
environment happy and memorable. Our role is not to develop sports stars. Rather, we are passionate about giving
children, through sport, a solid foundation from which to develop many aspects of their lives. As well as physical
improvements, we carefully develop life skills, such as confidence, concentration, social
interaction, sportsmanship values and many more, in a caring and fun environment.

Enjoy-a-Ball classes are available at other venues as well in East Finchley, North Finchley and Mill Hill
Please note that the children in Year 2, 3 & 4 will be supervised by an Akiva parent until 4.15pm.





When: Tuesday (Yr 4)
& Who: Lunchtime 12:20-13:15

Thursday (Yrs 5 & 6)
Lunchtime 12:20-13:15

Where: IT Suite - Akiva School
Cost: £65 per term
Start Date: Week beginning 9th January 2012
th
End Date: Week beginning 26 March 2012

Places are limited to 15 children on each day

For More information contact
Michal McEwan on: 07762 905614
or email:mimcewen@yahoo.co.uk

The club will provide children with the opportunity to create their own unique films, using their own short
stories, art work and imagination. They will also learn how to be critical viewers and be given a background
history of film, from Charlie Chaplin and the first British documentaries, to modern day
animation/documentaries and drama.

The children will create short fiction or documentary films. They will work in small groups to write the script,
use the camera and edit the films themselves, and be encouraged to use subjects from school lessons, history,
chagim, literature, or family life.

* Children will learn how to critically review films by understanding the use of sound, lighting and camera
angles and how they affect the viewer’s emotions. They will also be given an understanding of how to structure
a script and tell a good story.

They will also learn how to:
* interpret a script and create a storyboard.
* understand how to use the camera to tell a story.
* shoot a film and edit a scene using school computers.
* learn the history of film.
Akiva Film club will be run by Michal McEwen. Michal has a BA in Film and Television from the London
College of printing and a MA in Media management and over 10 years of experience working in television
both in Israel and the UK.







When: Monday (3.45-4.45pm) -Years 4, 5 & 6
& Who Wednesday (3.45-4.45pm)-Year 2 & 3
Where: Akiva School
Cost: £60 per term
Start Date: Week Comencing 9th January 2012
thEnd Date: Week Beginning 26 March 2012

For more information contact
Daniel Hodes on: 07740 366 351

Daniel runs the club and has done so for many years at Akiva.
He is trained through the FA (Football Association) and has been coaching sport for over 15 years.
As well as running the clubs he is involved in curriculum time and therefore already knows many
of the children at the school.

The club program includes:

Team work skills
Passing
Tackling
Striking
Goal keeping
Small sided games
...and many more

Above all the club encourages children to work together and have fun.

The Year 2 children will be supervised until the class starts. The lessons take place on the grass
area in front of Akiva School, although during inclement weather they train indoors in Akiva
school Hall.

PE kit or any relevant football attire is required and a bottle of water is advised.