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All forms are presented in two formats. Word Document is Microsoft Word which can be filled in and either emailed back or printed out.
Adobe PDF is in Adobe Acrobat format and can be printed out and filled in normally.
This form needs to be filled out by parents when a young person joins a section. It provides the Leader with information needed at each meeting and will be used in an emergency.
|P1 Word Document||P1 Adobe PDF|
This Gift Aid form enables the group to claim back the tax on your subscriptions and should be filled out by all parents.
|P4 Word Document||P4 Adobe PDF|
This form needs to be completed by parents if a member requires medication to be administered on a section meeting.
|P5 Word Document||P5 Adobe PDF|
|P2||Nights Away Information formally Permission to Camp
This form needs to be completed by parents for each member attending a camp or sleepover. It will provide information and medical details needed when taking responsibility for a child.
|P2 Word Document||P2 PDF|
|NAN||Nights Away Notification
This form needs to be filled out by the camp organiser and submitted to the District Commissioner at least seven days before the camp starts.
|NAN Word Document||NAN PDF|
|P3||One Day Activity Information
This form needs to be completed by parents for each member attending an organised trip or activity away from the Scout Hut.
|P3 Word Document||P3 PDF|
|A2||Shooting Parental Consent
This form needs to be completed by parents for each member taking part in a shooting activity.
|A2 Word Document||A2 PDF|
This form should be filled out by the camp or activity organiser at least one week before the event and passed to The Quartermaster.
|E1 Word Document||E1 PDF|
|E2||Equipment Fault Report
This form should be filled out by the camp organiser when equipment is returned after a camp or event.
|E2 Word Document||E2 PDF|
[su_spoiler title=”Leaders – Info and Newsletters” style=”fancy”] Leaders provide young people with exciting and challenging experiences and then help them use those experiences in their personal and social development. Leaders are encouraged to develop their own skills through formal and informal training experiences and sharing ideas with each other.
Leaders aged between 18 and 25 are also members of the Scout Network section. The Scout Network is an opportunity to use your skills and try exciting new challenges. The Scout Network is run by the Members for the Members.
Adults often find that becoming an occasional Helper or Supporter is a rewarding way of offering a little of their spare time. The exact function of Helpers and Supporters will vary locally but examples are as wide ranging as making drinks for Beaver Scouts to driving minibuses for Explorer Scouts
James Dent – Group Scout Leader
|Group Scout Leader’s Newsletter||Working Documents|
|GSL Chat 22 – September 2014|
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