As lockdown measures start to ease we are working with The Scout Association and the National Youth Agency government body to understand what a safe return to face to face Scouts may look like. Please continue to follow Government guidance by visiting gov.uk/coronavirus
This page supports leaders through the process of returning to face-to-face Scouts activities and moving between levels as the situation changes.
Please, if you/your Sections need assistance, guidance or clarity with the completion of risk assessments/previously completed risk assessments for outdoor activities, contact Steve: email@example.com
Below are activities and games you can do online, socially distanced outdoors and indoors shared by our amazing leaders and volunteers in the District. If you’ve got some to share, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
This means: Section meetings can take place outdoors and indoors. No residential activities.
Maximum group size:
Note: Where small sections may struggle to be viable to operate independently they may join with another section at this time.
Note: The number of adults present should be limited to those who are required to be present to support the activity. It’s important to remember that we’re still in the middle of the pandemic and we all have the duty to make sure we’re following the letter and spirit of the guidance.
Note: Activities (including those away from your usual meeting place) should be planned to minimise risk by limiting travel at all times. Check the guidance on planning activities in terrain zero. Trips should only take place where the outcomes can not be achieved locally and must be in a COVID safe manner.