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Coronavirus Updates for Scouting.

This Link provides the latest guidance and advice on how Scouting in the UK is responding to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and is updated on a regular basis.

District Training Courses
All the Getting Started Training courses are online training courses. This includes the Mandatory Training Modules. Leaders needing to compete or update these Modules please follow the Links below.
GDPR.
Safeguarding.

Safety.

Essential Information (01)
Tools for the Job (Section Leaders) (03)

Tools for the Role (Managers & Supporters) (04)
Trustee Introduction


Durham County continue to do training modules, infomation of which modules are been ran and dates are avalable on the County Training page. were you can also sign up to attend

More information on Training can be found at the Training pages

Scouts made me a do-er

Visit Durham Scout website, for all the news from around the County

Take a look at all the events being ran by Durham County.

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The Scout Association News

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550 - 6-25 year olds
in
10 Groups around the City of Sunderland

are every week

Locations of the groups in Sunderland can be view on this Map
Information on how to Join Scouting in Sunderland
Building skills for life

Join today to learn skills for life

Volunteering Skills for life

Were as we do have Groups within Sunderland now doing Face to Face Scouting, this is not possible for all Groups, therefore
Scouts at Home is still be ran in these Groups were face to face activity's are not possible.

Scouting from home 10 We’ve been adapting and changing with the times for 113 years. Scouting is still open for business.
We have a full programme of badges and awards you can do from home with your children. Scouting from Home doesn’t just mean Scouting indoors – we have plenty of activities that can be done safely outdoors.
Stay safe, but remember to exercise and enjoy the fresh air!
Scouting from 1
#scoutingfromhome
Completing Badges and Awards At Home
Youth members are been encouraged to continue their Scouting activities at home. To Help this we have put together some ideas on the Durham County website to help with Scouting at Home.
Scouts at Home While we’re not meeting face to face, you can still carry on with Scouts and The Great Indoors has lots of ideas and activities for young minds at home .
Other badges and activities to do at home
Beaver Badge Workbook (book reader, cyclist, animal friend, collectors, hobbies and photographer activities badges)
Cub Badges and Activities to Do at Home (artist, digital citizen stage 1, book reader, air activities stage 2 and home help activity badges; cub scout personal challenge award, plus building a den at home!)
Scouts - Badge and Activities to Do at Home (artist, air researcher, air activities stage 2, chef, global issues, digital citizen stage 2 and writer activity badges, plus a bonus activity)

Safety guidance

We’ve been keeping children safe on-line for decades.
Scouting is still open for business, even when we’re not meeting face-to-face.
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For more support around on-line safety or bullying, check out the NSPCC website. If you want to know more about specific social networks and games, the Net Aware website has loads of information and safety tips for apps.

Develop your own #SkillsForLife, make friends and have fun by volunteering with the Scouts in Sunderland

We currently have vacancies and opportunities for :-

Management Team members, Group Leadership Roles and Parent Helpers as well as Supporters and Trustees

Why not get in touch
Email - info@sunderlandscouts.org.uk

Do more - Learn more - Be more
Volunteer in scouting- contact us at info@sunderlandscouts.org.uk for more information

As Scouts, we believe in providing young people with skills for life. That’s why we encourage our young people to do more, learn more and be more.

Each week, we give over 450,000 young people the opportunity to enjoy fun and adventure while developing the skills they need to succeed. We’re talking about teamwork, leadership, Independence and resilience –skills that have helped Scouts become everything from teachers and social workers to astronauts and Olympians.

We believe in bringing people together. We celebrate diversity and stand against intolerance, always. We’re part of a worldwide movement, creating stronger communities and inspiring positive futures.

By 2023 we will have prepared more young people with skills for life, supported by amazing leaders delivering an inspiring programme. We will be growing, more inclusive, shaped by young people and making a bigger impact in our communities. We are proud to say we are a values-based movement. Our Scout values of integrity, respect, care, belief and cooperation guide everything we do.

Scouting offers a wide variety of roles to suit all interests, whether working directly with young people, managing others, running a specific activity or even helping maintain Meeting places. You'll also rediscover your adventure while contributing to your community and developing your own skills.

550 young people are involved in Scouting in Sunderland each week, in Groups located through out the City it could be more, with your help.

That's not all, you will personally benefit from a variety of interesting and challenging experiences whilst meeting new people and having fun.

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