Oakwood Church Leeds

HomeSpiritualChurch LifeCommunityAbout
Search

Scout Group

Your young people and our adult volunteers join and continue in Scouting because it is rewarding and fun

Since 1932 the Church has Sponsored our Scouting activities but does not subsidise or manage them

Our Scout Group supports and governs the activities of the Scouts, Cub Scouts and Beaver Scouts

The Group Scout Leader (GSL) is a Scouting Manager whose responsibilities include

Ideally, our Group Scout Leader would be actively supported by a Parents’ Representative from each of the three sections, a Treasurer, a Quartermaster, a meetings Secretary and other volunteers. In the absence of Parents or others to fill those roles, most of these tasks are undertaken reluctantly by Leaders

All of our Leaders are unpaid, trained volunteers who rarely claim expenses

Most of the £25 a term paid by parents is spent on Insurance, rent for the Hall, Training, and Equipment

Our Leaders always welcome offers of support from Parents and others who feels able to help in any way - for instance by sharing particular skills or experiences with our young people one evening; or providing practical help with running a one off activity or event; or more _ _

If you feel you might have some time, skill or resources to offer Scouting, however limited the extent, please


9th North Leeds - Scout Group

Scouting's Programme [PDF] Scout Leaders Uniform -  Badge Positions Parents Guide to Scouting Group Scout Leader - Job Description

Contact

Morris Smith, Group Scout Leader

Tel

0113 265 1587

Email

morris.smith3@ntlworld.com

Websites

www.members.scouts.org.uk


www.scouts.org.uk


www.northleedsscouts.org.uk

Scouting for All The Group Executive Committee Support for Group Executive Members Annual Accounts to 31-03-2014 AGM Minutes 2014 Exploring Spiritual Development in Scouting [PDF] 9th North Leeds Membership Records Pack [PDF]