As a part of our safe guarding measures all our adult volunteers who support running activities with young people need to undergo a DBS check, this will be carried out by one of our volunteers and will involve a face to face ID check. None Scouting and transferable DBS's are not currently accepted by the Scouts and we would have to carry out our own, there is no cost to you or the group for this.

When you arrange to meet for your ID check you will need to bring three forms of ID from the following list:

  • Passport (any nationality)
  • Biometric residence permit (UK)
  • Current photocard driving licence
  • Adoption certificate (UK and Channel Islands)
  • Birth certificate (UK and Channel Islands)
  • Firearms licence. UK, Channel Islands and Isle of Man
  • HM Forces ID card.
  • Marriage/civil partnership certificate. UK and Channel Islands
  • Cards carrying the PASS accreditation logo
  • EEA National ID card

Documents issued within the past 12 months:

  • Council Tax Statement
  • Financial Statement - e.g. pension, endowment, ISA  
  • Mortgage Statement
  • P45 Statement
  • P60 Statement

Documents issued within the past 3 months:

  • Bank or building society statement
  • Bank or building society statement
  • Electricity Bill / Statement
  • Gas Bill / Statement
  • Bank/Building Society Account Opening Confirmation Letter
  • Credit Card Statement
  • Telephone Bill / Statement (Not Mobile Telephone)
  • Water Bill / Statement
  • Benefit Statement
  • Central or local government, government agency, or local council document giving entitlement. e.g. Department for Work and Pensions, the Employment Service, HMRC.

1st Burnmoor Scouts always encourage young people and their volunteers to always do their best. Awards are a wonderful way to celebrate the achievements of members and recognized volunteers. Below are members who have archived top awards at 1st Burnmoor.

2020

  • Archie Galloway - Chief Scout's Bronze Award
  • Charlie Spetch - Chief Scout's Bronze Award
  • Daniel Walker - Chief Scout's Bronze Award
  • Jacob Moseby - Chief Scout's Bronze Award
  • Amber Patterson - Chief Scout's Silver Award
  • Theo Emmerson - Chief Scout's Silver Award
  • Scarlet Lloyd Jones - Chief Scout's Silver Award

2019

  • Jaime Pentland - Chief Scout's Bronze Award
  • Merrick Gray - Chief Scout's Bronze Award
  • Thomas Bishop - Chief Scout's Bronze Award
  • Calym Walker - Chief Scout's Silver Award
  • Emily Edwards - Chief Scout's Silver Award
  • William Logan - Chief Scout's Silver Award
  • Stephen Bailey - Commissioners Commendation
  • Vicky Bell - Chief Scout's 5 Year Service Award

2018

  • Callum Williams - Chief Scout's Gold Award
  • Ellie Hesler  - Chief Scout's Platinum Award
  • Adam Wilson - Silver Acorn

2017

  • Susan Matthews - Chief Scout's 15 Year Service Award
  • Angela Forster - Chief Scout's 30 Year Service Award

2016

  • Ellie Hesler - Chief Scout's Gold Award
  • James Davison - Chief Scout's Gold Award
  • Adam Wilson - Chief Scout's 25 Year Service Award
  • Alan Cudlipp - Chief Scout's 25 Year Service Award

2015

  • Luke Smith - Chief Scout's Gold Award
  • Allan Forster - Chief Scout's 30 Year Service Award
  • Colin Brown - Chief Scout's 20 Year Service Award

2014

  • Abbie Gibson - Chief ScoutvSilver Award
  • Harry Leadbitter - Chief Scout's Silver Award
  • Lucy Brown - Chief Scout's Silver Award
  • Philip Holman - Chief Scout's Silver Award

2013

  • Ben Hesler - Chief Scout's Gold Award

2013

  • Allan Forster - Award for Merit
  • Alan Cudlipp - Chief Scout's 20 Year Service Award

2012

  • James Robson - Chief Scout's Gold Award
  • Ruaridh Cudlipp - Chief Scout's Gold Award
  • Susan Matthews - Chief Scout's 10 Year Service Award
  • Angela Forster - Chief Scout's 25 Year Service Award

2011

  • Adam Wilson - Chief Scout's 20 Year Service Award

2010

  • Bethany Forster  - Chief Scout's Gold Award
  • Allan Forster - Chief Scout's 25 Year Service Award
  • Colin Brown - Chief Scout's 15 Year Service Award

2008

  • Angela Forster - Chief Scout's 20 Year Service Award

2007

  • Susan Matthews - Chief Scout's 5 Year Service Award

2006

  • Adam Wilson - Chief Scout's 15 Year Service Award

2005

  • Allan Forster - Chief Scout's 20 Year Service Award
  • Colin Brown - Chief Scout's 10 Year Service Award

2004

  • Dani Miller - Chief Scout's Gold Award
  • Fred Forster - Silver Acorn

2003

  • William Reilly - Chief Scout's Gold Award

2002

  • Angela Forster - Chief Scout's 15 Year Service Award

2001

  • Luke Ball - Chief Scout's Gold Award
  • Adam Wilson - Chief Scout's 10 Year Service Award
  • Stephen Bovill - Chief Scout's Gold Award

2000

  • Allan Forster - Chief Scout's 15 Year Service Award
  • Colin Brown - Chief Scout's 5 Year Service Award

1999

  • James Burnett - Chief Scout's Gold Award
  • Richard Fearn - Chief Scout's Gold Award
  • Adam Wilson - Chief Scout's 5 Year Service Award
  • Angela Forster - Chief Scout's 10 Year Service Award
  • Alan Cudlipp - Chief Scout's 15 Year Service Award

1998

  • David McMahon - Chief Scout's Award
  • Daniel Burnett - Chief Scout's Award
  • Michael Fearn - Chief Scout's Award

1997

  • Fred Forster - Bar to the Medal of Merit

1995

  • Allan Forster - Chief Scout's 10 Year Service Award

1992

  • Andrew Bishop - Chief Scout's Award

1991

  • Adam Brown - Chief Scout's Award

1990

  • Fred Forster - Medal of Merit

1987

  • Adam Wilson - Chief Scout's Award
  • Mark Smith - Chief Scout's Award
  • Adrian Fletcher - Chief Scout's Award

1979

  • Alan Cudlipp - Chief Scout's Award

When using technology during a meeting or taking part in an online meeting the following should always be followed:

Young people

  • Write emails and online messages carefully and politely; as they could be forwarded or seen by someone not intended.
  • Know that people you meet online may not be who they say they are. If someone online suggests meeting up, then immediately talk to an adult.
  • Know that bullying in any form (on and offline) is not tolerated.
  • Do not deliberately upload or add any images, video, sounds or text that could upset, threaten the safety of or offend anyone.
  • Always protect personal information online.
  • Speak to an adult you trust if something happens to either yourself or another member which makes me feel worried, scared or uncomfortable.
  • Always follow the Code of Conduct.
  • Ensure you have read and talked about these rules with my parents/carers.

Parent/Carer

  • Read and talk about these rules with your child.
  • Read and talk about the Code of Conduct with your child.
  • Read and always follow the Young People First Code of Practice (yellow card) when involved in Scouting activities.
  • Ensure you appropriately monitor your child’s internet use and have the appropriate parental controls in place on all devices.

Leaders

  • Take responsibility for the security of setting systems and the data they use or have access to.
  • Model good practice when using technology.
  • Embed online safety into programme delivery, wherever possible.
  • Have an awareness of a range of online safety issues and how they may be experienced by the young people in their care.
  • Identify online safety concerns and take appropriate action.
  • Always follow the Young People First Code of Practice (yellow card) including having a minimum of 2 adults present during online meetings.

1st Burnmoor are currently working on plans to resume face-to-face meetings and activities. These decisions need to be made within a national framework (‘The Scouts’ Framework’) designed to help everyone stay safe. The Scouts’ Framework is aligned with government-approved guidance for the youth sector developed by the National Youth Agency (NYA).

Our priority is to keep young people and adult volunteers safe. To do this we will follow The COVID Code:

  1. A COVID-safe risk assessment has been completed and we have communicated control measures to volunteers, young people and parents and all are encouraged to raise concerns
  2. Additional hygiene measures are in place
  3. Social Distancing will be observed (check current distance determined by your Government)
  4. Maximum group sizes will be limited and determined by scouts.org.uk and members will be consistent where possible
  5. Make adjustments for young people and adults vulnerable or affected by COVID, and consult to make sure return plans are accessible and inclusive

In line with government-approved Youth Sector Guidance, we expect to see a phased approach to returning to face-to-face Scout meetings and activities.  This is broken down by four levels:

Readiness level Red - Rate of infection is remaining consistent or growing.

  • Digital programme delivery
  • No face to face actvities or meeting
  • No residential activities (camps or sleepovers)

Readiness level Amber - Rate of infection is reducing consistently in all parts of the country.

  • Digital programme delivery
  • Small group sessions can take place outdoors
  • No residential activities (camps or sleepovers)

Readiness level Yellow - Number of cases low and decreasing, full Track and Trace system in place.

  • Digital programme delivery
  • Small group sessions can take place indoors and outdoors 
  • No residential activities (camps or sleepovers)

Readiness level Green - No new cases or a vaccine is readily available.

  • All activities can resume in line with government guidance

 

The Readiness level in England has now changed from Red to Amber, so group sessions can take place outdoors with a group size of 15 people or less.

Before we can resume face to face we have some work and planning to be done, we will also need to share with everyone the steps we are taking as a part of The COVID Code to keep our young people and volunteers safe, we hope to update everyone in the coming weeks regarding this.

 

Please see here for information about continuing Scouting during this time. Scouting at home

 

Last updated  11/7  16:40