Day Camps Registration

Registration open for Summer 2024
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👉 Fill in one form for each participant.

Mark the shift(s) that the participant wishs to attend. The participant's registration is only valid once they have received a confirmation email from Novas Descobertas Association and have paid the deposit within 5 days of receiving the email.

Day Camp (OTL) shifts - Summer 2024: 

Opening hours from 9am to 5:30pm
Shift I - 1 to 5 July (NOT AVAILABLE)
Shift II - 8 to 12 July (NOT AVAILABLE)
Shift III - 22 to 26 July
Shift IV - 5 to 9 August (NOT AVAILABLE)
Shift V - 12 to 16 August (NOT AVAILABLE)
Shift VI - 2 to 6 September
PRICE PER SHIFT:
GENERAL PUBLIC
All Shifts (5 days) - 135€ or 120€ (for siblings)
NOVAS DESCOBERTAS MEMBERS (with up-to-date membership fees when registering and before paying the deposit)

All Shifts (5 days) - 110€ or 95€ (for siblings)

Shift option (select all that apply)

1. PARTICIPANT DETAILS

Date of birth
NOTE: For children aged between 6 and 10.
Type and select the country name
Languages spoken (select all that apply)
Does the participant have a sibling(s) taking part in the same activity?

2. PARTICIPANT'S MEDICAL INFORMATION

Please indicate if the participant has any allergies, is on a particular diet, takes any medication* or has any other medical condition. *You must bring a doctor's prescription.
NOTE: It is recommended that participants be seen by their doctor before taking part in this activity. By signing this form, the parent or guardian takes responsibility for the perfect physical and psychological health of the participant.

** All participants are covered by a personal accident policy for the 24 hours of the day camp, in accordance with the provisions of article 17 of Decree-Law no. 304/2003 of 9 December and Ordinance no. 629/2004 of 12 June **.

Does the participant take medication prescribed by a doctor?
Examples - vegan, vegetarian, dairy-free

3. OTHER INFORMATION ABOUT THE PARTICIPANT

Has the participant ever taken part in a day camp?
Can the participant swim?

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