Section Assistants help the groups Section Leaders to deliver the Scouting programme to its young members. This will include running games and activities as part of the weekly section meetings and other extra events. Assisting the Scouts to achieve badges and awards. Assisting with residential experiences for the section and also helping with the wide variety of events and activities offered to the group.
The group meets on a Wednesday 6.45pm - 8.15pm.
There are also opportunities for you to join in with the groups Scouts ages 11-14 years and the Beavers ages 6-8 years. If you are interested in these age groups we can put you in touch with the relevant groups in the same area.
You can visit and see if you think it is for you
Application form for the Scout Association
What skills do I need?
No previous Scouting experience is necessary as full training will be given
What will I gain?
• Enhance your CV
• Build confidence and learn new skills
• Spend time outdoors, including opportunities to attend weekend camps if you would like to
• Support and friendship
• Have a lot of fun!
Training and support
The Scout group will provide a fully comprehensive training programme that will include First Aid Training. The training is all free and some elements of it can count towards externally recognised qualifications.
DBS (criminal records) check
This organisation will supply a DBS check for you.
This opportunity will provide you with a Volunteer Reference
The Scout hut does not have a postcode but is opposite Broomfield Primary School
It is easily accessible with a half an hour walk from campus or a 10 minute bus ride from outside KEGS school in Broomfield Road
No disabled toilet