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Checklist for a successful Scout Network

You can tell if you are running and providing good quality Scouting in your Scout Network if:

Your Programme allows: members to participate in activities and/or projects, built around an exciting and varied balanced programme, set in a safe and well run environment.

Membership is: open to all who can express their views, and members have the chance to lead activities both responsibly and effectively.

Awards are: promoted and used to recognise achievement and new experiences.

Nights away experiences are: provided and enable members to have the opportunity to have residential events and other activities at weekends or times to suit them.

Communication is: used appropriately with good tools to keep members, potential members and key stakeholders well informed about all the events in the life of the District Scout Network.

Administration is: efficient and effective - there are accurate records including contact and personal details and an efficient method of recording and banking all monies received is in place.

The workload is: shared with others to plan, manage and review the life of the District Scout Network.

 

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