Whether you are a Network Member, parent of a child in Scouting, or someone who is totally new to Scouting you’ve come to the right place.
One of the biggest myths about Scouting is that Groups are closing down due to a lack of young people wanting to become Members. Nothing could be further from the truth; in the UK has over 500,000 young people enjoying Scouting, over 11,000 in Cheshire and around 200 in Frodsham. Scouting is a growing Movement.
At 4th Frodsham Scout Group we currently have young people on our waiting lists for Beavers and Scouts simply because we do not have enough adults to help out, the waiting list is such for Beavers that in some cases we are not able to offer them a space until they are nearly the age for cubs. If we can increase the number of Adults Leaders and/or Helpers then we can eliminate our waiting list and these young people will be able to enjoy the adventure that much sooner. The committment can be as small as 1 hour a month, or as much as you are willing to give!
Who are Occasional Helpers? Occasional Helpers are adult volunteers who are not taking on a formal appointment but wish to occasionally help out and due to the nature of that support are required to complete a Disclosure Check (i.e help out more than once per month, assist with overnight activities (a residential experience or overnight hike)…Find Out More
What the role involves Section Assistants are adult volunteers who assist the Section Leaders and Assistant Section Leaders in delivering the programme to young people in Scouting. You are eligible to wear the Adult Scout uniform and receive awards for their service to Scouting. You can choose to support whichever age range you prefer to work with and activities…Find Out More
What the role involves You will support the Beaver Leader(s) in operation of the Beaver Colony which is the section for our youngest members who are aged 6 – 81/2 years . In particular: Support the delivery of a safe, exciting and stimulating Balanced Programme for the Beaver Colony taking into account the needs, interests and abilities…Find Out More
What the role involves You will support the Cub Leader(s) in operation of the Cub Pack which is the 2nd section for our youth members who are aged 8 – 101/2 years . In particular: Support the delivery of a safe, exciting and stimulating Balanced Programme for the Cub Pack taking into account the needs, interests and abilities of the…Find Out More
What the role involves You will support the Scout Leader(s) in operation of the Scout Troop which is the 3rd section for our youth members who are aged 10 – 141/2 years . In particular: Support the delivery of a safe, exciting and stimulating Balanced Programme for the Scout Troop taking into account the needs, interests and abilities of the Young…Find Out More
Outline: To assist the Group Scout Leader to manage and support the Scout Group and its Leaders to ensure it runs effectively and that Scouting within the Group develops in accordance with the rules and policies of The Scout Association. Responsible to Group Scout Leader, District Commissioner and Deputy District Commissioner. Knowledge and experience Ability…Find Out More