Yehudi Europe Trip – Chapter One

Please find the form for the Yehudi Europe Trip below! We are so excited to get this going. This trip promises to be an incredible experience with friends, leaders and plenty of inspiration.


The deadline for applications is Monday 22nd April (Erev Pesach). This is the final day we will be able to accept applications.


Yehudi has a policy of no child left behind. We want to ensure you are able to come no matter the cost. If the cost is an issue, please email with subject line “Europe Finances” to arrange financial assistance or to spread the payment out.


Please note: this trip does run during the school year. This was a decision not taken lightly and was done in order to ensure we would have appropriate staffing from our incredible year 13 Madrichim. We appreciate that this may not be ideal for some, however the trip has been planned to minimise school time missed. This includes utilising the Sunday and ensuring we are back by Tuesday night for school the next day. Should your child attend this trip, you will be responsible for ensuring they have permission to leave from school. We are happy to assist with this if necessary and to vouch for the educational content and value of the trip. Please email if this is something you would like to speak about further.


We are excited to provide you with information about the upcoming Yehudi Amsterdam trip, designed to offer participating students invaluable insights into Jewish culture, history, and heritage in Amsterdam. Here’s a concise overview of the trip details:

Dates: Sunday, June 30th to Tuesday, July 2nd

Transportation: Traveling by coach, departing from London at 7:00 AM and arriving in Antwerp at 1:00 PM. Each coach will be accompanied by two senior staff members, ensuring safety throughout the journey.

Accommodations: Situated north of Amsterdam, providing comfortable and secure lodging for the duration of the trip.
Staffing: A sufficient number of Madrichim will be present, maintaining a minimum ratio of 1 Madrich to every 6 participants, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience for all. Security measures will also be in place throughout the trip.

Meals: Breakfast, self-packed lunch, and hot dinner will be provided each day.

Educational visit to Anne Frank’s House
Visit to Madame Tussauds
Drive to Zaans Windmills, including a tour and boat tour
Visit to Bobbejaanland amusement park

Return Journey: Departure from Amsterdam at 6:30 PM for the journey back to London, arriving back via the Eurotunnel.
The Yehudi Amsterdam trip provides participating students with a unique opportunity to explore Jewish culture, history, and heritage in Amsterdam. We’ve lined up a mix of educational and fun activities for everyone to enjoy. If you have any questions or need more info.


If there are any other questions, feel free to reach out to Daniel or Orly at or



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