Return to Face-to-Face Scouting

Date: 8th Sep 2020 Author: Robert

A new framework has been released giving guidance on how elements of face-to-face Scouting can now take place and detailing the safety measures that we need to take into account.

The Scouts Framework is aligned with Government-approved guidance for the Youth Sector developed by the National Youth Agency. This framework will apply in every nation within UK Scouting and covers:

  • the permissions process for restarting any face-to-face activity
  • the key considerations needed to be ready to restart face-to-face activities and how these will be phased in
  • legal and liability conditions
  • key control measures for everyone to follow

Full details can be found here, including what state we are in (Red, Amber, Yellow or Green): https://www.scouts.org.uk/volunteers/scouts-at-home/getting-everyone-back-together-safely/

Leaders – to submit your risk assessments click this link: https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/b9569b366e3142b1a37c9ed482403fbf

 

 

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