A meeting at the Scout Hall.

  • The Leaders hold assess to contact information of all youth and adult members in the section, on OSM via the PC or by mobile web browser. Leaders have mobile phones with reception, that can be used if contact is needed.
  • Leader phone numbers can be found on the notice board in OSM Parent Portal for each section. Primary contacts can communicate through the leaders if they need to contact their child whilst at a meeting.
  • Young people are not to bring any electrical devices including mobile phones.
  • Contact details of the District Commissioner are available for leaders in the office of the hall and on the OSM Dashboard.

 

A meeting away from the Scout hall

  • The Leaders hold assess to contact information of all youth and adult members in the section, on OSM via mobile web browser. Leaders have mobile phones that can be used if contact is needed.
  • Leader phone numbers can be found on the notice board in OSM Parent Portal for each section. Primary contacts can communicate through the leaders if they need to contact their child whilst at a meeting.
  • Young people are not to bring any electrical devices including mobile phones.
  • Contact details of the District Commissioner are available for leaders on the OSM Dashboard.

 

Nights Away

  • The Leaders hold assess to contact information of all youth and adult members attending the event, on OSM via mobile web browser and for the duration of the event a printed copy. Leaders have mobile phones that can be used if contact is needed. For some events it may be necessary to have a leader or group official used as a home contact who will have access to the information of attendees and event leaders and be the point of contact.
  • Phone numbers for leaders who will be at the event or a home contact can be found in the event details in OSM Parent Portal. Primary contacts can communicate through the leaders in an emergency if they need to contact their child whilst at an event.
  • Young people are not to bring any electrical devices including mobile phones.
  • Contact details of the District Commissioner are available for leaders on the OSM Dashboard and are to be taken to the event.

 

*OSM access is via password protected accounts with permissions granted to leaders as required. All leaders undergo GDPR training.

1st Burnmoor’s Code of Conduct

  • Respect everyone, property, equipment and time.
  • Listen to each other and avoid inappropriate shouting.
  • Avoid bad language, physical contact and bullying behavior.
  • Be quiet and sensible during ceremonies and explanations.
  • Be smart, punctual and wear our uniform with pride.
  • Get involved and give our best effort to all activities.
  • Avoid bringing unnecessary items to meetings (food, toys, games, etc)
  • Keep the Scout Promise and the Scout Law.
  • Have fun!

Consequences Should the Code not be Kept

  • If I can't behave according to the code I will be given a warning.
  • If my poor behavior continues then I will miss 5 minutes of the activity.
  • If I still misbehave then my parents will be informed.
  • If I repeat poor behavior each week I may be asked to leave the group.

Enjoy activities and sleepovers in our fabulous Go Scouting Activity bus. 

With family and friends we celebrated 90 years of 1st Burnmoor on th 18th of September, we also launched some fantastic new features to continue the growth and development of our group.

With the help of ne vollenteers 1st Burnmoor will continue to offer young people and adults the oppetunity to build skillls for life as we look forward to the next 90 years.