aims and principles

Aims and Principles of Woodcraft Folk - Webinar Series

Tuesday, 30 January 2018

There will be a series of webinars starting 6th February to explore how we can put Woodcraft Folk’s aims and principles into action whilst running our groups. The webinars are taking each aim and principle of Woodcraft Folk and presenting how members can support children to engage and explore them.

International Understanding - Webinar

Event date: 
26 March 2018 - 7:30pm - 8:15pm
Event location: 
online based training

This series of webinars is 

Inclusion - Webinar

Event date: 
22 March 2018 - 7:30pm - 8:15pm
Event location: 
online based training

This series of webinars is 

One World - Webinar

Event date: 
16 March 2018 - 7:30pm - 8:15pm
Event location: 
online based training

This webinar focuses on working as 'one world'. we will look at how to develop an understanding of the need to protect our environment and the use of the world’s resources and how we can deliver this aim age appropriately to different groups. 

Education for Social Change - Webinar

Event date: 
8 March 2018 - 7:30pm - 8:15pm
Event location: 
online based training

This series of webinars is 

A World At Peace - Webinar

Event date: 
20 February 2018 - 7:30pm - 8:15pm
Event location: 
online based training

This series of webinars is taking each aim and principle of Woodcraft Folk and presenting how members can support children to engage and explore them. This will involve bringing together the outcome matrix, badgework and will reflect on age appropriate ways to engage our youngest members in our values.

The rights of the child - Webinar

Event date: 
12 February 2018 - 7:30pm - 8:15pm
Event location: 
online based training

This series of webinars is taking each aim and principle of Woodcraft Folk and presenting how members can s

Co-operative and sharing approach to life - Webinar

Event date: 
6 February 2018 - 7:30pm - 8:15pm
Event location: 
online based training

This series of webinars is taking each aim and principle of Woodcraft Folk and presenting how members can support children to engage and explore them. This will involve bringing together the outcome matrix, badgework and will reflect on age appropriate ways to engage our youngest members in our values.

Folk Symbol session

This session was run with an Elfin group as part of a term's work on 'Community' to explore the theme of 'Our Woodcraft Commiunity'. We discussed the meaning behind the Woodcraft logo, and then used a selection of postcards to explore our understanding of Woodcraft Folk's values.

Outcomes Matrix

A successful programme for a Woodcraft group will include a range of activities inspired by our Aims & Principles. To help translating these big ideas into something that group leaders can put into practice, experienced Woodcraft leaders working with every age group have contributed to the creation of a set of age-appropriate outcomes linked to the Aims & Principles.

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