Inclusion partnerships

In recent years Woodcraft Folk have developed a number of partnerships to support inclusion, with the aim of developing training, advice and guidance material for group leaders in how to meet the additional support requirements of children and young with additional needs.

Partnerships include:

The following links will direct you to training and guidance information:

Handy tips and information for including deaf children and young people
Working with children and young people with autism
Key approaches for those working with deaf and blind children & young people
Information from NDCS about Woodcraft Folk, including signing of the Creed
Courses and events for those working with deaf children and young people
Improving the mental well-being of children and young people
Advice for dealing with asthma, including training

Other useful links:

Getting support to make your group inclusive

Who else can help? Signposting page

Equal Opportunities and Inclusion Policies

Including deaf children & young people

Attached you can find:

Promoting Positive Behaviour workshop

Inclusion scenarios

Scouts inclusion of deaf young people - resource for groups

Effective Inclusion Strategies - Down's Syndrome Association

Promoting Positive Behaviour and Social Skills - Down's Syndrome Association

Case Study - White City Inclusion for Jo and Kit

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Promoting Positive Behaviour workshop TfLON.docx21.12 KB
Inclusion Scenarios.doc25 KB
Scouts inclusion of deaf young people - resource for groups.doc54.5 KB
White City Inclusion for Jo and Kit.pdf19.47 KB
Effective Strategies for Inclusion.pdf506.25 KB
Promoting Positive Behaviour and Social Skills.pdf1.06 MB