All members of the Group are expected to have respect for themselves and for other people. We have listed below the policy and codes that we apply in all sections. Parents or carers of our members are required to support these policies and to support the group, its officers and leaders in their implementation. The application of these policies and rules helps to ensure that everyone can get full benefit and enjoyment from membership of the Scout Association.
In OUR Scout Group
We DO have respect for everyone as individuals, whatever their differences.
We DO take bullying seriously - it’s not ‘just a bit of fun’.
We DON’T accept any bullying behaviour ?
- physical violence
- being left out
- spreading nasty rumours either in person or by text and email
- stealing, damaging or hiding other people’s possessions
- or any other way of making people feel bad.
We DO report any bullying we see, whoever it’s aimed at. It should be reported to a Leader or to someone else we trust like our Sixer or Patrol Leader or a Young Leader.
We DO take someone seriously if they tell us they’re being bullied and we also don’t watch others being bullied without doing something about it.
We DON’T just put up with bullying. We DO make sure something is done about it.
Code of Conduct
- I will be kind and respect others
- I will follow instructions by Leaders and Helpers
- I will be on time.
- I will set a good example to others
- I will join in all activities
- I will show loyalty to Scouting, my Group and my pack
- I will work together as a team
- I will listen when others are talking
- I will wear my uniform with pride
- I will promise to do my best
- I will always be honest and always tell the truth
- I will take care of my and other people’s property
- I will behave with respect during the Grand Howl
- I will allow others to talk and wait for my turn
- I will follow the Group’s Anti Bullying policy
- I will follow the Cub’s Promise & Law
- I will enjoy Scouting and have fun