If You would like to enquirer about you son or daughter joining this section please in the first instance contact Graham on 07768047332 , then follow with a email including,
Your Name, Your child’s name and DOB and your contact details and we will contact you with the availability of the next available space.
PLEASE NOTE WE ARE CURRENTLY FULL, SORRY
Local groups that may have spaces or other nights which maybe more convenient.
12th Burton (Tutbury)
Meeting Place: -Old School House, Cornmill Lane, Tutbury, DE13 9HA Contact Pete Steadman GSL 12th email@example.com
18th Burton (1st Stretton)
Meeting Place: – St Mary’s Church Hall, Hillfield Lane, Stretton, DE13 0BN Gary Keen GLS 4th firstname.lastname@example.org
THE SCOUT TROOPS
A Scout Troop is for young people aged from 101/2– 14 yrs.
The 2 Scout Troops at Rolleston meet on a Wednesday 19.15 – 21.00 and on a Friday 19.30 – 21.30.
Scouts meet together as a Troop and work within a variety of small groups called ‘Patrols’. Each patrol has a Patrol Leader and an Assistant Patrol Leader. These 2 scouts are responsible for ensuring that their patrol works effectively looks after their equipment. Patrol Leaders and Assistant Patrol Leaders will change as the scouts get older and move to Explorers, giving other members of the patrol the opportunity to be ‘promoted.
The Patrol Leaders work with the Leadership Team in setting the programme and in decisions affecting the Troop. The Patrol system is one of the important ways that young people can take responsibility for themselves and others, as well as learning valuable leadership skills.
A volunteer leadership team made up of uniformed Leaders and other informal Assistants and helpers will guide the Troop!
Scouting has a reputation as an outdoor organisation based on strong traditions of camping and other outdoor pursuits.
Rolleston Scout Group usually offer the Scout Troops a Winter camp and a Summer camp, as well as the Group camp each year as a way of allowing the scouts to put into practice what they have learned and often complete badge work.
In addition to this, every 2 years the Summer camp is replaced with an International camp. Scouts are given the opportunity to fundraise to cover the cost for this camp; and gives them some fantastic experiences that they can remember for the rest of their lives. In order to attend an International camp, Scouts must be 101/2 and have camped with the troop at least once before hand.
Thank you for looking at our website with a view to joining Rolleston Scout Group. To enquire about your son or daughter joining the Group, please contact Graham Jacks our Group Scout leader and attach the information required below.
CURRENTLY OUR WAITING LIST IS VERY HIGH, THIS CAN BE FAST RACKED BY A PARENT OR FAMILY MEMBER BECOMING A LEADER OR EXECUTIVE MEMBER OF THE GROUP
FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL
GRAHAM 07768 047 332
Age, Name, Your contact details and preferred meeting night.
We do try to accommodate your wishes but due to waiting lists and ratios sometimes it may not be possible
Rolleston Scout Group Behaviour Policy
PLEASE NOTE Rolleston Scout Groupwill not tolerate persistent bad behaviour or bullying in any form. It is a fundamental part of the Association that we protect children in our care from physical, emotional and sexual harm and this is what we endeavour to achieve.
We have a waiting list in all Sections with children waiting to join, so neither I nor any of my Leaders will have children in the Group that are disruptive.
The Group has a ‘three strike’ rule. In any instance of bad behaviour or bullying the following procedure applies:
- Verbal warning to child (in front of another Leader) and a meeting with the Section Leader and parents to discuss the matter.
- Written warning together with a meeting between the Group Scout Leader, Section Leader and parents followed by a three week ban on attending meetings, activities and camps that might be inside that three week period. Refunds will not be given for events missed due to exclusion
- If lack of compliance persists, your child will be excluded from the Group by Group Scout Leader.
If the behaviour is deemed to be of a praticularly serious nature, this includes bullying, stages 1 and 2 of the behaviour procedure will not be applied. In such circumstances a child will be excluded from the Group without notice. This will only be done by the Group Scout Leader.