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  1. CELEBRATING SUCCESS AND LOOKING TO THE FUTURE 1st Kirkliston Cub Pack 13th December 2011, 7pm

  2. Welcome Ross Cameron (CSL) John Beaton (ACSL)

  3. Best Newcomer Adam Durkin

  4. THINK YOU KNOW SCOUTING? THINK AGAIN… A UK Scout Association Recruitment film With Courtesy of UK Scout Association

  5. Best Six Name of Six

  6. Most Improved Cub Katie Marsden

  7. Most Outstanding Achievement Alexia Melville

  8. The Cub that has gone beyond the call of duty David Williamson Alexia Melville

  9. Chief Scout Award Presentation Aileen Thompson Inverleith District Commissioner

  10. Cub of the Year David Williamson

  11. 21ST CENTURY SCOUTING PROGRAMME AREAS OF CONCENTRATION THE FUTURE!!! Social Media 2012 LEADERSHIP TEAM Engaging Parents 24/7

  12. Future of Kirkliston Cub Pack Ross Cameron (CSL) John Beaton (ACSL)

  13. Our Spring Term 2012 Programme

  14. Areas of Concentration • INTERNATIONAL • International Staged Badge • Pen Pal Links • Learn about International Scouting and Camps i.e World Jamboree etc... • International Partnership Award • FAITH • ‘There is no Faith part of scouting, Faith is all the way through Scouting’ – Baden Powell, 1938 • Faith Challenge Badge • Founders Day Service • Joint Session with Brownies

  15. Engaging Parents 24/7 • 1 parents meeting a term to either pass out important information about the upcoming term or recap on the past term and look forward to the next • All leaders are available at the end of a phone or e-mail if any parents have any queries or issues whatever day of the week • YOU are the most important people in your child’s Scouting • Many parents are talented...DO YOU think you have a skill you could pass onto Cubs • Parents Rota – Each parent will be engaged more during the pack session they are helping with, instead of just standing in the corner and watching what is happening • **WOULD YOU LIKE TO BECOME A UNIFORMED LEADER OR OCCASSIONAL HELPER – WE NEED YOUR HELP**

  16. 2012 LEADERSHIP TEAM GROUP SCOUT LEADER Peter Marsden CUB SCOUT LEADER Ross Cameron ASSISTANT CUB SCOUT LEADER John Beaton YOUNG LEADER ??? OCCASSIONAL HELPER Parents

  17. 21ST CENTURY SCOUTING • Cub Camp at least once a year (if possible), visiting various campsites throughout Scotland, including Meggernie, Fordell Firs, Bonaly etc... • Less traditional scouting crafts and more modern adventure and tours out of the hall – this doesn’t mean we are leaving the core values of Scouting. • More unconventional/unusual/untried activities such as, a joint session with the Brownies • Higher Participation in District, Regional and National events such as, Cub Funday @ Fordell Firs, Sixer/Seconder skills Camp @ Meggernie

  18. Communication • Weekly/ Monthly Update (via e-mail) – this will update parents on Group and Pack activities (i.e. Trips, bag-packs etc) and National opportunities from UK Scout Association (i.e. Offers from Sponsors, Competition or family camps) - ??? • Letter home – To reduce cost and the environmental impact, the majority of letters shall be sent home via e-mail however if any parent requires a letter to be sent home with their child, this can be arranged. • If for any reason we need to cancel an activity at the last minute due to weather etc, a short text will be sent out to all contacts at least 2 hours before the start of an activity (where possible).

  19. Social Media Do we use it as a promotional tool i.e. To recruit new members... Will parents use it??? Will we re-tweet other peoples ‘tweets’ i.e UK Scouting, Bear Grylls etc... Will it be used as an open forum i.e. Anyone can ‘follow’ us or ‘tweet’ us... A large number of Scout Groups are turning to Twitter to communicate quickly. TWITTER Parents will need to be signed up to Twitter to look at the ‘tweets’ from the pack if we lock the site. Do we lock the Twitter page so anyone that wishes to follow us has to ask permission... How will it be used??? What will the content be...Programme, contact details etc??? This will need to be a locked site as stated in TSA Policy for protection of all members... Do we allow external people contact us via Facebook... Leaders can not accept friend requests from any Youth Member Who controls the site FACEBOOK The Leadership team will need to monitor content posted by other members Will the Monthly update be uploaded to Facebook All members will be able to comment and use the profile as a discussion board...

  20. Communication (Flow Chart) REGIONAL/ DISTRICT TEAMS GROUP COMMITTEE LEADERSHIP TEAM TEXT (No reply) E-MAIL LETTER Notification of Trips/ Days out Weekly/ Monthly Update Date/ Time of Monthly Meetings Not used if Possible Cancellation of Meeting Reminders (Subs, Fund-raising etc) PARENTS LEADERSHIP TEAM REGIONAL/ DISTRICT TEAMS GROUP COMMITTEE

  21. CONTACT US • Ross Cameron (CSL) • e. ross_cameron@hotmail.co.uk • t. 07936978742 • John Beaton (ACSL) • e1. kirkliston_cub_pack@yahoo.co.uk • t. 0131 331 3114/ 07735067110 • **ALL PACK ENQUIRIES SHOULD COME THROUGH THE LEADERSHIP TEAM AS LISTED HERE**

  22. Thank you for attending and celebrating the success that this year has brought to the pack…here’s to 2012

  23. CELEBRATING SUCCESS AND LOOKING TO THE FUTRURE 1st Kirkliston Cub Pack 13th December 2011, 6.45pm