Advice and Guidance

How to use the online membership database - guidance

District Membership Secretaries now have access to the online records of members in their District.

This means they can log in to the website at www.woodcraft.org.uk, click through to the Woodcraft Folk membership database, and check their District members for their membership expiry dates, what stage their DBS is at, and update their contact details.

Woodcraft case studies

On this page you'll find an increasing number of stories from around Woodcraft Folk, explaining how groups and members have done things and how you can too.

Guide to editing your group's page

Do you want to give your Woodcraft Folk group its own space on the Woodcraft website? You're in the right place!

Talk to your group about what they'd like to put on the website, and volunteer as your group's Web Manager. Ask your Group Leader to get in touch with us and we'll make sure you have a log in and support to get started.

Outreach, publicity and volunteer recruitment

From this page you can access information about outreach, publicity and volunteer recruitment - just click the links below:

Outreach

Publicity

Vulnerable Persons policies (supporting individuals & donors)

These policies relate to the support of vunerable persons in our movement and our donors. 

If you've any questions relating to these policies or your need more advice, please email info@woodcraft.org.uk.

Menstruation Guidance

Following a local campaign around Period Poverty issues our Venturers asked the Woodcraft Folk members to ensure the needs of menstruating members was considered, especially on camps. Please find attached below guidance on how to support your younger members at camps and group nights. 

Inclusion webinar - An introduction to Special Educational Needs


Please find above a recording of an online seminar that took place in March 2014 - Introduction to Special Educational Needs. For more information about including children and young people with additional support needs please visit www.woodcraft.org.uk/inclusion

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