2013 Dates- 29th July-11th August 2013
ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW LIVE. PLEASE FOLLOW THIS LINK TO REGISTER.
REGISTRATION CLOSES ON THE 1ST MARCH 2013
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Education is one of our main priorities and all our camps endeavour to start our participants on a lifelong Jewish journey. Each camp has its own professional educator, employed to oversee the implementation of the camp's theme and enhance the content of each peulah (programme). Our programming provides the opportunity to engage with concepts and gain knowledge in a challenging, stimulating, yet informal context. Noam is proud of its reputation as a leader in the field of informal education.
In Noam we believe the way to a strong Jewish identity is through positive Jewish experiences. Noam Camp offers a unique opportunity to meet other young Jews and make new friends. The friendships formed at camp are deep and long lasting. Young people at Noam learn to live as part of a group in which teamwork and cooperation are of the highest value.
Madrichim & Welfare:
Participants are looked after by our team of trained, experienced and committed madrichim (leaders). All Noam machanot (camps) feature a high ratio of madrichim to young people, ensuring that participants are constantly supervised. In addition, we have a comprehensive welfare structure, safeguarding the physical and emotional well-being of your children.
At Noam we observe Shabbat and Kashrut. Every day begins with Shacharit (morning prayers) and each meal concludes with Birkat HaMazon (Grace after meals). Noam is an egalitarian movement, where all young people have equal opportunities to participate in services. We are non-coercive in our approach, and the personal space and differing opinions of each participant are always respected and encouraged.
Outdoor activities have been an integral part of our programme for the past 16 years. We have been using outward bound activity specialists who are a highly qualified team with expert knowledge of the local area. This allows our young people to confront new and demanding challenges in a structured and safe environment.