policy

Planning and supporting effective campaigning - new resource

Wednesday, 10 January 2018

2017 was a busy year for campaigning and it looks like 2018 will provide plenty of opportunities to make our voices heard on issues that matter to Woodcraft Folk. General Council has prepared a new resource to help members plan effective, inclusive campaigning activity and to clarify the process for Woodcraft Folk endorsing campaigns organised by others. 

You can view the resource or download a PDF version at https://woodcraft.org.uk/resources/campaign-planning-approval-process

Managing Behaviour Policy

Woodcraft Folk's Managing Behaviour approved by General Coucil December 2015 

Managing Behaviour

Managing Behaviour Policy and resources page

To support groups with managing challenging behaviour, Woodcraft Folk have created a policy and set of guidance. These can be download below. A webinar on the subject can be found HERE

A bitesize session on managing behaviour in your group can be found HERE on our website. 

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Safeguarding: relevant policies and templates

Safeguarding our members is very important to Woodcraft Folk, and there are many useful documents to help us work safely and respond well to any concerns. Below are the policies that guide our safeguarding, and useful templates for local groups and Districts to implement good practice.

You should also refer to the Safeguarding Procedures and Practices page, and the Responding to Safeguarding Concerns page.

Motions Passed at Annual Gathering 2012

Local safeguarding plans

Below are examples of District safeguarding plans. All Districts are required to create their own safeguarding plan - you can download the template for your District safeguarding plan below. Contact Debs McCahon if you need support to develop your safeguarding plan.

Motions Passed at Annual Gathering 2003

  • Strategic Review Motion

This conference welcomes and endorses the new strategic review "The Beat Goes On", covering the period 2003-2008.
Conference urges all Nations, regions and districts to use this document to help develop their own strategies over the next five years.

Motions Passed at Annual Gathering 2002

  • International Camp

This conference congratulates the movement on the success of the 2001 International Camp held at Walesby. The camp has had an enduring positive effect on the movement and has placed sustainability as one of the main educational themes of the Folk.
This conference calls upon General Council to organise the next International Camp in 2006.

Motions Passed at Annual Gathering 2004

  • Membership categories

Membership categories, age groups and group membership structures shall be determined from time to time by Annual Gathering.

Membership of the Woodcraft Folk shall be open to any person interested in furthering the Objects of the organization.

Members aged 16-20 years (inclusive) shall be known as District Fellows.

Members aged 15 years or under shall be known as young members.

Motions Passed at Annual Gathering 2008

  • Charity Commission in Scotland

This Annual Conference resolves to amend section C of the constitution of the Woodcraft Folk as follows:

Add a new third paragraph:

"Throughout this constitution a 'charitable purpose' is a purpose that is regarded as charitable both in the law of England and Wales and in the law of Scotland, and the term 'charitable' is to be interpreted in accordance both with the law of England and Wales and the law of Scotland"

  • Finance: Payment of Adult Membership

This Annual Conference notes:

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