inclusion

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

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. 

Access Awards

General Council launched an Access Award for groups in 2008, which includes a self-assessment of a group’s physical access. The materials also include activities to run during group nights to support young people to consider access issues.

Who else can help?

This page includes links to information from other websites that you may find helpful. If you would like to add to this list or to report a broken link, please email web.editor@woodcraft.org.uk.

Inclusion

Tips for working with deaf young people

Getting support to make your group inclusive (inclusion hub)

Woodcraft Folk are committed to being ‘open and accessible to all’. In practice this means that groups work towards:

  • Reflecting the communities in which they meet
  • Meeting the additional support requirements of children and young people with additional needs

Growing Groups Training

Event date: 
5 October 2018 - 5:00pm - 7 October 2018 - 3:00pm
Event location: 
Lockerbrook Farm Outdoor Centre

Transgender Inclusion

Woodcraft Folk's Inclusion Statement on supporting members who identify as Trans, and encouraging groups to challenge gender sterotypes, was adopted by General Council in March 2017 and further supporting documents & guidance were produced in 2019. 

All of the documents listed below contain background information, the law and practical advice for group leaders, covering:

Order our new leaflets in Arabic, Mandarin or Urdu now!

Monday, 15 May 2017

These colourful leaflets were designed by the New groups project last year and include eye-catching images and plenty of reasons for children and young people to get involved with Woodcraft.

The leaflets are available in Arabic, Mandarin and Urdu with English on the reverse. Every leaflet includes contact details for head office and the web address for readers to find their nearest group.

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