Volunteers celebrated

Yoni's mother, Marsha, with a King David student

Yoni's mother, Marsha, with a King David student

More than 400 pupils and their parents celebrated a busy year for young volunteering at the Yoni Jesner Awards in central London last week.

The scheme, which was set up in memory of the Scottish student killed aged 19 in a Tel Aviv suicide bombing in 2002, rewards students who complete more than 200 hours of voluntary service. This year, more than 180 students were given awards.

    Last updated: 5:45pm, July 10 2014