Machane B’Yachad (Camp Together) is the perfect winter event for year 11s. It’s an opportunity for you to be introduced to RSY-Netzer or get your mid-school year fix. Spending 3 nights catching up with old friends and making new. Machane B’ Yachad is all about giving your shichva (year group) time to hang out and engage with RSY-Netzer and Reform Judaism in a camp environment.
On Machane B’Yachad you’ll be immersed in the RSY-Netzer atmosphere, feeling part of our community as well as building your year group's own and enjoying great kef (fun) activities run by your madrichim and each other!
Over the course of Machane B’ Yachad you will have the opportunity to work with your madrichim to create the ultimate RSY-N experience, including your own phenomenal New Year's Eve celebration!
Thank you for signing up to Machane B'yachad with RSY-Netzer. On this form you will find all the information you will need to register your child for Machane B'yachad, please complete the form in one sitting.
Page 1 - Participant Details - This is where you can enter the personal, medical and welfare details of the participant who will be coming on camp. Please have the date of your childs last anti-tetanus injection/booster, their weight and height readily avaliable.
Page 2 - Parent / Guardian Details - This is where you enter the contact information for the parent/guardian and for an emergency contact.
Page 3 - Code of Conduct - Please read through the code of conduct with the participant.
Page 4 - Payment
Page 5 - Consent and Completion
Upon completion of the enrolment form you will receive an email of receipt. Following payment and processing you will receive official confirmation of your place on camp.
The information you provide us with will be kept in the strictest of confidence. For your child’s benefit, it is helpful that even sensitive information is written. Please include all details that will allow us to support your child during this event. We are able to accommodate many special needs but withholding medical information could lead to your child being withdrawn from the event.