National policy

Aims, Principles and Programme

Below is Woodcraft Folk's Aims, Principles and Programme document, which detail the organisation's educational aims and principles, programme of activities and defines aspects of the local structure of the organisation. This forms part of Woodcraft Folk's constitutional documents. If you have any queries about the Aims, Principles and Programme, please contact the Woodcraft Folk office.

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.

Reasonable Adjustment Guidance

Woodcraft Folk aims to be open and accessible to all, we have a vision of increasing and widening participation to our groups, camps and activities centres.

Children and young people will not be excluded from Woodcraft Folk activities based on their ability or support needs, neither will they be excluded based on the ability/availability of their parent or carer to support group activities.

This guidance document supports leaders on how they can make changes or adjustments to ensure that children and young people with a disability can access Woodcraft Folk activity. 

Working Together Guidelines

For Woodcraft Folk to fully benefit from the work of its volunteers and staff, it is important that we all interact in a positive way. Everybody is expected to abide by the following principles:

Managing Behaviour

Managing behaviour - policy and resources page

To support groups with managing challenging behaviour, Woodcraft Folk has created various policies and sets of guidance.

Equal opportunities policy and procedure

Please find below our equal opportunities policy and procedure.

Refunds, cancellations and exchanges

Donations and Membership- refunds and cancellations

Woodcraft Folk Privacy Policy

 

Introduction

As part of its activities Woodcraft Folk makes use of personal information about its members, employees, volunteers, donors, customers and others.

Child protection reporting and record keeping guidelines

Please find below the child protection reporting and record keeping guidelines.

Behaviour Management Guidance

Please find below Woodcraft Folk's Behaviour Management Guidance.
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