If you’d like to spend a few days walking in the North York Moors at Easter, a day out in Whitby, maybe dinners in a pub or two, we’re taking a minibus for a Gold D of E Expedition, so you’re welcome to join us for a more relaxed trip at the same time. Departing … Continue reading “Network – North York Moors at Easter”
The Scout Association asks all adults in Scouting to have valid First Aid Certificate (updated every 3 years) and to attend Safety and Safeguarding training every 5 years. Module 1 (and Module 1 for Executives) cover basic Safety and Safeguarding so we ask you to do a full course within 2-3 years of this as … Continue reading “ADULT LEADER TRAINING – THE 3 MANDATORIES (First Aid, Safety, Safeguarding)”
Congratulations to Roy Lanning on his appointment as GSL of 6th Eastcote. Roy has been involved with the group for many years, most recently as Chairman, and brings with him a wealth of Scouting experience; we welcome Roy to his new role. Martin Stanworth is moving away from the area so is leaving after many … Continue reading “6th Eastcote News”
Our next District Family Camp will be on 8/9/10 June 2018, returning to Phasels Wood. Put it in your diaries and on your programmes!
Congratulations to the 22 young leaders who have completed their training recently. The training encompassed module A which is the compulsory safeguarding module and covered the others with a series of practical sessions on how to run different types of games, listening to others, understanding behaviour and dealing with disabilities. They have all been awarded … Continue reading “Young Leaders in REN”
What is SAS? Scout Active Support is the section for adults over 18 who wish to take part in Scouting activities. Who is eligible? Anyone over 18, it is that simple. You do not have to hold a position or Warrant with any group or have to have a DBS (CRB) check for our activities … Continue reading “Welcome to REN SAS”