B’Mitzvah Bootcamp, Would your Shule or School like to go to Camp? The Meaning of Mitzvah
7:30 Bus Departs from Centennial Park 9:15-9:45 Orientation: The Meaning of Mitzvah 9:45-10:45 Workshops Tefilah /Torah/Drasha 10:45-11:00 Morning Tea 11:00-1:00 Outdoor Adventure Games 1:00-1:30 Lunch & Ruach 1:30-2:15 Expanding the Mitzvah: Dimensions in Social Justice 2:15-3:00 Oy Vey, There’s Been a Flood! (Values Clarification Activity) 3:00-3:15 Afternoon Tea 3:15-4:00 The Mitzvah of Memory (A multi-sensory, age-appropriate Holocaust education experience) 4:00 L’hitraot 5:30 Pick up from Centennial Park
$75 per student includes:
Return coach transportation
Lunch, morning and afternoon tea
Shiurim provided by top area rabbis
2 hrs. guided Adventure Education by Tops staff
Using an experiential education approach, BM-age students will embark upon a fun, day-long exploration of the "Meaning of “Mitzvah”, historically, practically and spiritually.
Students will gain new understandings of basic concepts associated with B’mitzvah; (mitzvah, Torah, kehillah, tzedakah and responsibility), and be able to articulate with confidence the meaning of the mitzvah and their relationship to it.
Students will be more appreciative of the significance of B’Mitzvah to their family and recognise their important place within and their responsibilities to, the Jewish and wider community.
B’Mitzvah Bootcamp is non-denominational program open to all students in years 6 & 7