To help you settle in and be part of the team we have outlined some useful information below.
We have a safeguarding policy and there is a “yellow card” reference card at the back of this letter. Please read through the do’s and don’ts. I am sure you will understand this policy keeps our young people and adults safe.
Our bullying policy follows the scout association policy.
Listen to the Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and encourage them to participate in the activities.
Interact with the Beavers, Cubs, Scouts helping them with activities and generally encouraging them to try their best. Encourage them to find the solutions to tasks themselves by working in a team.
Encourage Beavers, Cubs, Scouts to join in the games and help to referee and ensure fair play!
Try to avoid staying close to your own child – encourage them to work away from you, both of you will have more fun!
If you are asked to get out tables, they are found at the far end of the hall of the main entrance. Chairs are stacked no more than 10 high at the far end of the hall.
Last, but not least, have FUN and enjoy the activities.
If you are unable to do a date you have selected please swap with another parent and please let us know.
This is your copy to keep; a copy will be available on our website for reference.
Younger children may accompany you on your rota evening but they remain your responsibility at all times.
If you have, any queries or concerns at all don’t hesitate to contact the leadership team of the section you are helping with, or contact the Group scout leader