Do you enjoy supporting others to gain & maintain skills? Do you want to do something that's also good for you? Then check out our latest volunteering vacancy County…Read More
Some 24 adult training courses from the County Training Team, now extending to January 2022, are available to all leaders. Face-to-face courses across North Yorkshire and some online, they…Read More
A New Section for 4-5 year olds We couldn’t be prouder in North Yorkshire to announce Squirrels: our new programme for 4 and 5 year olds. It’s also a…Read More
If you are interested, please take a look at the role description, where you'll find the application form.
Applications requested by Wednesday 1st December.
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Some 24 adult training courses from the County Training Team, now extending to January 2022, are available to all leaders.
Face-to-face courses across North Yorkshire and some online, they include:
Full details including how to regsiter on the North Yorkshire Scouts EventBrite page.
JOTA-JOTI is the world’s largest digital Scout event taking place online and over the air. The educational event brings together more than 2 million Scouts every year in October for a weekend of Scouting and friendship. Young people can learn about communications technology and connect with fellow Scouts from over 171 countries.
JOTA-JOTI stands for Jamboree-on-the-Air / Jamboree-on-the-Internet and is the world’s largest digital Scout event taking place on the Internet and over the airwaves. Held every year in October, the event connects millions of young people around the world for a full weekend of online activities that promote friendship and global citizenship. JOTA-JOTI enables young people and volunteers to participate in fun and engaging group activities over the Internet and amateur radio focused on developing 21st century skills through Scouting.
This year's event is from 15th to 17th October 2021 and you can register for it NOW - click HERE - and....by the end of September, programme details will be published!
We couldn’t be prouder in North Yorkshire to announce Squirrels: our new programme for 4 and 5 year olds. It’s also a historic milestone for the UK Scout movement. As the first new age range in Scouts for 35 years, we’re helping young people gain skills for life where and when it matters most.
Following two years of pilots and pioneering work in Northern Ireland, 200 Squirrel Dreys have opened in locations across the UK. We’re prioritising communities most affected by the pandemic, and supporting families and young people who’ve fallen behind.
We’re particularly proud to welcome those young people from underrepresented communities, including those who haven’t tried Scouts before. More information HERE.