ADULTS IN SCOUTING
Leaders and supporters
The Executive Committee plays a vital role
in the running of a Scout Group, District or Region. Executive
Committees make decisions and carry out
administrative tasks to ensure that the best quality
Scouting can be delivered to young people in the
- Scottish Variations from POR
- Policy Organisation and Rules
- Support for Executive Members
- District Chair Role Description
- District Treasurer Role Description
- District Secretary Role Description <
- Executive Committee Member Role Description
Finance / Insurance
OSCR Accounts and Finance Guidance
Unity Scout Insurance https://www.unityinsuranceservices.co.uk/scout-insurance
News for Leaders
As lockdown measures start to ease, UK Scouts/SHQ are working with youth sector partners and other Government bodies to understand what a safe return to face to face Scouts may look like when the readiness level reduces from red. A framework and set of guidance on how...
The advice from Gilwell is that we should continue to hold Appointment Advisory Committee (AAC) interviews for potential leaders and adult supporters during lockdown. We do need to attract and recruit new leaders despite the lull in face-to-face Scouting. And we are...
During this difficult time please remember to keep looking at our COVID-19 Information and Advice page on the SES Website - https://sesscouts.org.uk/covid-19-information/ You can get information and advice on: Regional Commissioner's Updates Governance - including...
Policy: It is the policy of the Scouts to safeguard the welfare of all young people by protecting them from neglect and from physical, sexual and emotional harm. All members have a duty to report concerns or suspicions and a right to do so in confidence and free from...
(And can you spot the mistake in this photo of Scouts on a winter hike in the hills? - Answer at the end of the article) We need a Regional Adviser who will assist leaders to think about making sure all our activities with young people are safe. It could be a question...