safeguarding

Staying Safe

Membership of Woodcraft Folk is open to everyone who supports the organisation’s aims, from birth to adult. However, we are principally an organisation for children and young people, and every leader has a responsibility to put the needs of our young members first.
 
Volunteers have a legal responsibility to protect the safety and welfare of the young people they come into contact with.

Child protection reporting and record keeping guidelines

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

Safeguarding FAQS

These FAQs have been developed to support Safeguarding Officers and leaders. We’ve put together the most frequently asked safeguarding questions to make it easier for you to find the information most readily needed by our groups and districts.

See below a list of 14 clickable questions. 

If the question you wish to ask is not listed please email safeguarding@woodcraft.org.uk

Safeguarding - concerned about a child

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 is the information you need to act on safeguarding concerns in your group or District.

Please do not hesitate to contact safeguarding@woodcraft.org.uk for advice, support and report a concern. 

Click here to go back to the Safegaurding portal

Safeguarding Reporting & Record Keeping

Safeguarding our members is very important to Woodcraft Folk, below is guidance on reporting & record keeping along with a list of forms & templates to help you work safely, respond well to any concerns and implement good practice.

Health and consent form

Please find below Woodcraft Folk's Health and Consent Form (Jan 18) in Word and PDF format.

Woodcraft Folk Child Registration Form

Please find below Woodcraft Folk's Child Registration Form (April 2018)

Staying Safe - New Group Guidance Sheet

This guidance forms part of the New Group Journey resource.

You can download the information as a word document in the attachment below, or download the whole pack from the new group journey summary page. 

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