What is Ananim?
The term ‘ananim’ means clouds and is the name of our new camp for year 11s this summer.
Although Israel Tour may not be happening this year, Ananim (along with Chalutzim) is the next stage on your Noam journey instead.
What does Ananim involve?
Ananim involves five days of incredible activities in amazing outdoor spaces. We will create a meaningful and personal sense of community, and offer the freedom and fun of traditional Noam summers. There will be programmes, kef (fun) and the craziness you associate with a Noam summer but all themed around leadership.
Ananim is for those who are in Year 11 or S4
27th-31st July from 12pm - 6pm (except until 8pm on Tuesday/Wednesday, and 5pm on Friday)
One site in a north London location
Safety is our number one priority; we will be following all government guidelines including social distancing and limiting group size. We will ensure amongst other measures, that our facilities are regularly cleaned and that participants and staff are washing their hands often.
Applications open at 8pm on Wednesday 1st July and close at 8pm Wednesday 8th July. Following applications closing, participants will be informed if they have a place or are on the waiting list. We will be operating a waiting list in order to be able to offer further spaces if guidance and our capacity permits doing so.
Noam endeavours not to exclude any members of Masorti communities from its programmes for financial reasons alone, and as such offers comprehensive bursaries to participants. Please indicate on the application form (in confidence) if you would like to apply for a subsidy and Tracy will subsequently be in contact.
There is also the option to cover the cost of Mishpachot by creating a payment plan and paying in instalments. Should you wish to create a payment plan, please select this box on the application form and Tracy will be in touch.