Olivia and Samuel from the 19th Purley in Croydon District are jumping on their trampoline for 5 hours on Sunday 3rd May to raise funds for the NHS and they've sent us a report. On finding out that Olivia and Samuel had raised over £500 Deputy District Commissioner for Croydon Margaret Tyler said "That's amazing, the district team are very proud of them. Keep up the good work and enjoy your camp at home" Well done Olivia and Samuel from everyone at Scout RadioYou can visit their just giving page below. https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/louise-clitherow5 If you'd like to send us a report of what you've been doing send it to [email protected] There are tips and tricks of how to create a report at scout.radio/report
For St Georges Day Scoutadelic put together a world wide St Georges day video and promise renewals. Live on Scout Radio Mike from Scoutadelic said "With the lockdown theres more people getting interested, we've had scouts and cubs from Canada, Australia, all over....we have 22 different scouters from 18 different countries...the normal renewal of our promises and a modern take on baden powells last words" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzcLlcKKPlQ Scout radio have audio described the video for those without sight. https://scout.radio/play/scoutadelic-togetherness-worldwide-st-georges-day-event-audio-described-by-scout-radio/
We're always looking for new content especially if its produced by or with young people. And we'd love to hear whats happening locally in your area. We'll play our favourites on air and put the reports on our website player for everyone to listen to If you are interested in becoming a local correspondent for scout radio email [email protected] for more information, or you can send us a single report whenever you like. Here are some tips to help you make your report. Recording Device There are several types of devices you can record a voice report on. If you already own a device such a Zoom, Edirol or similar then that’s great, use that. If you don’t have one of these recording devices that’s fine, you can use your phone. The microphones in sm
Jack and Amy Launch the Holiday Hunt on Scoutcast last Tuesday We're splitting the country into north vs south. Drawing a line from Aberystwyth through Leicester, Norwich and over to Great Yarmouth. If you're in Scotland or Northern Ireland Your in Team North If you're in the rest of the world you're in team south (unless you're really north then you can choose!) Email your evidence to [email protected] with Team North or Team South in the subject for your submission to count. We'll count up how many of each we have for each team except for the The smallest toyA pet wearing a neckerA reef knotA rainbow in a windowSomething that is a triangleSomeone wearing odd socks with their uniformA sleeping bag caterpillarTwo people making the scout signa beaver, cub or scout washi...
https://scout.radio/play/virtual-scouting-alis-audio-diary-week-3/ We join Ali to find out how the group are getting on in their third week of virtual scouting. The group have moved from Webex to zoom and really like the breakout feature. This week the cubs made wool and Ali and the team tackled the problem of linking between sections that should be happening over the week. Ali also discusses the difficulties the group have had keeping their scout section running as the scout leaders are key workers and aren't able to run the section as easily as the other leaders.
https://scout.radio/play/virtual-scouting-alis-audio-diary-week-2 https://scout.radio/play/virtual-scouting-alis-audio-diary-week-2/ Ali is a cub scout leader in oxfordshire now running a virtual cub pack. We’ll be following Ali with her weekly audio diary as she develops her virtual programme. Ali is using a piece of software called webex to run a video conference based cub meeting each Tuesday. In her second week Ali ran a scavenger hunt using an app called 'goose chase' here are her full instructions Ali's Scavenger Hunt Instructions
https://scout.radio/play/virtual-scouting-alis-audio-diary-week-1/ Ali is a cub scout leader in oxfordshire now running a virtual cub pack. We’ll be following ali with her weekly audio diary as she develops her virtual programme. Ali is using a piece of software called webex to run a video conference based cub meeting each Tuesday. Ali’s first tip was to do your first online cub meeting from your headquarters if you can to set the scene and provide context for the cubs. It wasn’t all plain sailing though, and some of the cubs has a bit of trouble finding the mute button! Ali adapted her previously planned programme to work online. Instead of the cubs whittling with knives, she deomnstrated knife safety and cubs were encouraged to try out their own knives wit
2019 is the 10th year of Scout Radio! To celebrate we are launching our new branding at Gilwell Reunion this weekend!
This year Scout Radio visited The Scouts at the family area of London Pride 2019. While The Scouts have been attending London Pride for a number of years this is the first time that the family area has been in partnership with The Scouts. This is what some of the volunteers and participants had to say: https://scout.radio/play/scout-radio-at-london-pride-2019/ As well as the Make, Do and Share activity zones there was also a rainbow campfire with songs and stories. This is Children's author Olly Pike who had been reading by the campfire. https://scout.radio/play/olly-pike-london-pride-2019/ We also linked live between the Scout Radio Activity at Shire Jam 2019, Adam and Callum spoke to Jack from Scout Radio who was at the family area. https://scout.radio/play/shi...
Each year the Muslim Scout Fellowship run a camp aimed at Muslim scout groups from around the country. These camps have become so popular that there is now a North and South camp on consecutive weekends to enable everyone to attend. We visited the MSF South Camp at Paccar Scout Camp to find out more about what they have been doing. https://scout.radio/play/south-camp-2019/ Nisbah from the MSF Team said “We are always pushing to break down misconceptions of scouting and the Muslim community. To ensure that everyone knows scouting is for all and also how we as Muslim scouts are part of the UK scouting family. We are always keen to get more young people into scouting, so a need for more adults to come forward to start groups and help us reduce waiting lists which are gr