This NEW 2019 card contains essential information for all adults in Scouting.
PLEASE KEEP IT WITH YOU AT ALL TIMES
& Emergency Procedures
Policy, Organisation and Rules (POR) defines the structure of Scouting
To support adults in Scouting, the Association provides a comprehensive programme of training
Compass is a free, secure tool from The Scout Association to help you keep track of your adult Members in Scouting
This guidance is to help you minimise risk both before and during an activity or event.
Follow the link to download a RA template!
Safety Checklist for Leaders
The link below has everything a Leader needs for anything to do with Nights Away
Tool designed to help you to review your programme, and make sure that you are delivering quality Scouting
FOR ALL ADULTS NEW TO SCOUTING
Data will be added to Compass and used to complete a DBS check
If you have a role in Scouting and you would like to change please use the form and return to Group Scout Leader (Sam Elliott)
The review will help make the decision about whether or not to continue with the appointment, apply for a new role or to retire from Scouting.
Saturday 29th February 2020 - SCOUTS
Saturday 7th March 2020 - EXPLORERS
Sunday 8th March 2020 - BEAVERS
All Workshops are being held at QE School Wimborne 9am to 3pm.
All refreshments provided.
Please respond via your Eventbrite Invite or
email: firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
- How to achieve Top Awards within the Section
Support with programme planning to help YPs achieve awards
- Quality Programme Checker
Reassurance and guidance on using this resource
- Access to Practical Online Resources
New online tools are available and how to find them
- Support for: Tool Kits/Promotional Materials/OSM
Best use of OSM for your Section
- What a Section Leadership Team looks like
Leadership teams don’t have to be just ‘Leaders’. How to encourage
other support which leads to:
- What Parent Engagement looks like
Helpful tips on approaching parents
All attendees will be entered into a free drawer to win a session of
activities at Buddens Scout Centre!
In 2018 Blandford Scout Group created a community activity of decorating rocks and hiding them around town to help make the community smile. A facebook group was created to keep an eye on where rocks are being hid or where they are being found!
In the Woodhouse gardens a local resident has created a box to put the decorated stones in so that they can be taken by anyone to keep or rehide!