Find the most commonly used forms that you need for running your Group or Section.
Adult application (AA) form (England and Wales) (PDF)
Occasional helper (OH) form (England and Wales (PDF)
Change of role (CR) form (England and Wales) (PDF)
Repeat CRB check (RCRB) form (England and Wales) (PDF)
Continuation form (England and Wales) (PDF)
The adventurous activity permit scheme is a Scout Association assessment scheme designed to ensure that all those leading adventurous activities for young people within Scouting have the skills, experience and personal suitability to do so.
Full details of the adventurous activity permit scheme can be found in the factsheets below. This includes factsheets for specific roles such as commissioner and applicant.FS120100 Adventurous Activity Permit Scheme FS120103 Adventurous Activity Permit Scheme - Commissioners' Guide
When making an application it is always useful to include all relevant logged experience.
This application form can be used to apply for a permit for any activity, although there is no requirement to use it if you have other means of making contact with an assessor or booking onto an assessment course. Details of the different types of permit it is possible to apply for can be found in the factsheet FS120100 Adventurous Activity Permit Scheme
Leaders in Hallam District can use the online form that is available on our Nights away page.
Alternatively this form can be used to apply for a permit to run nights away events.
The form below provides the information a Commissioner requires to approve an event to take place. Each group attending a Nights Away event (even a County or District event) will need to provide this information.
Nights Away Notification (Form NAN) (Word document)
The Activity Information form is part of Fact Sheet number FS120081
There are a number of Good Service awards available to adults in the Scouting movement.The Chief Scout’s Commendation for Good Service is given in respect of not less than 5 years good service, which stands out. It should be regarded as the Chief Scout’s recognition of the very real contribution made to the Association by the individual concerned.
The Award for Merit is given for outstanding service of not less than 12 years and 10 years exceptionally. It implies keen, conscientious, imaginative and dedicated service over a sustained period.The Bar to the Award for Merit may be awarded after a period of not less than five years of further outstanding service.
The Chief Scout’s Personal Award is awarded by the Chief Scout, in consultation with the Awards Board to recognise achievement not covered by the criteria for any other awards. It may be accompanied, where appropriate, with a suitable commemorative item.The Thanks Badge is the means of expressing the appreciation of the Association to those who are not Members or Associate Members but who have been of service to Scouting and is available through Badge Secretaries.
For more information about award requirements and how to apply, see the form below.Award for Good Service, Honorary Scouter Certificate and Chief Scout's Personal Award form (TSA06/GS) (Word document) Silver Wolf example citation (PDF) Silver Acorn example citation (PDF) Award for Merit example citation (PDF)
The Alec Oates fund was established in 1943 in memory of a member of the 36th Sheffield (Ranmoor) Scout Group who was killed on Active service in the RAF.
The fund was added to with additional legacies and donations in memory of:
The fund was established to provide financial assistance for camping to scouts in poor circumstances in Sheffield. It is now considered that camping includes all forms of overnight activities and that “scouts” includes all invested members of the Scout movement.
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