Hornchurch District Conference - 26th November, 2016
Calling all adult members of Hornchurch District including Leaders, Section Assistants, Executive Committee Members, Group Scout Leaders, District Team Members and Supporters....
Your thoughts and ideas are important, please come along to the District Conference to help us build our visions and plan for the future.
We'll be looking at where we are now, where we want to be and how to get there.
We'll also have workshops, you may choose 2 of the following to attend:
1 - Growing your Group - Adult Recruitment - Flexible Volunteering - Parental Engagement
- Sharing ideas, identifying roles & people, looking at new opportunities & resources such as print centre, on-line advertising, recruitment events, adult inclusion sessions plus more ideas to get to know your parents and get them involved too
2 - Constructing & Delivering a Quality Programme
- Looking at what makes both our volunteers and young people want to come along and tell others how oarsome Scouting is. Getting the whole team together to build and deliver a Quality programme, what is needed, identifying eachothers skills and including our young peoples ideas and interests
3 - Young Leaders are the Leaders of tomorrow
- We'll be looking at how the Young Leader Scheme works for both the Young Leaders and Sections, best practice and how Leaders can support our Young Leaders to enable them take and active and full role within the Section
Dress code: It's an informal day, so you won't need uniform, just something comfortable for the day.
Refreshments: Water, tea, coffee and biscuits will be available during the day.
Lunch: There will be a light buffet style lunch provided.
Special requirements: If you have any specific dietary or any other special requirments for the day, please include as much information as possible in the registration form.
How to get there: Hall Mead School is 16 minute walk from Upminster Tube station on the District Line, or 10 minutes if you take either 248 or 347 bus to Ingrebourne Gardens (stop X) and walk along Ingrebourne Gardens. There is plenty of free parking on site.