Before sending an email please consider whether you already have the answer to your question in an email from the leaders or on the website. Most information required is on the website or an email so please check there first. Please understand if you get a reply that says the information is on the web and you need to look yourself as it is the only easy way of replying from a handheld, especially when you consider there can be emails from over 60 scouts.

However, if you cant find the information, then please do let us know and we can add it to the website or other communications. Please let us know if you would like more information put on the website or if you find information that is out of date or inaccurate.


Friday Nights

Remember to check the website each Friday, especially when your Group are not in the hall what the programme will be. This link will be updated usually on the preceeding Sunday. We will not send emails to remind you so you need to remember to check.

Yellow Card Positive Behaviour System

  1. For minor infringements, the leader observing it will have a quiet word with the Scout concerned. The duty leader will note it to enable several minor infringements to be combined into perhaps a more formal warning. If there is no repetition on that night then the slate is wiped clean again. Not every minor infringement is a yellow one. Sometimes a word in the ear is enough. It is clear that the more serious category would include bullying or behaviour likely to be damaging to a Scout or property.
  2. For a more serious infringement or for several repetitions of minor infringements, then either the leader concerned or the duty leader will speak to the scout with another leader. That incident would be recorded as a formal warning. Effectively that would be a yellow card and they would be carried forward for perhaps three weeks depending on their severity. Scout will be told that any repetition would result in their parent being informed.
  3. If there is a second yellow card (prior to the slate having been wiped clean) then the parent will be informed.
  4. A third yellow card would be a red card and this would usually result in suspension for a period. The length of suspension would be for agreement amongst the leaders ideally to be discussed after the second yellow card and perhaps the Scout informed at the time.
Put your phone down and what are you left with? Just teamwork, courage and the skills to succeed.’
Bear Grylls, Chief Scout Bear Grylls