Group night activity

Map Skills session

This session was used with a mixed group of Pioneers & Venturers to learn basic map and navigation skills in preparation for a residential trip to Woodcraft's Lockerbrook Outdoor Centre.

The session plan refers to outcomes which can be found in the Aims & Principles Outcomes Matrix

This video shows how to take a bearing using the 1-2-3 method.

Programme plans

Please find below three example programme plans from different Woodcraft Folk groups. 

Most groups meet termly or half termly to plan a broad outline - you won't find a huge amount of detail on each of these plans: its up to the individuals signed up to lead that session to flesh out the idea with a session plan. 

Programme plans tend to double up as rotas too: send out the plan to all parents and volunteers asking for help. People are much more likely to sign up if they have an idea of what's happening that session. 

Session ideas from Northern Region Meeting

Great Northern group night market place

Schools outreach guidance

Running an assembly about Woodcraft at your local school gives you a captive audience, and following that up with an after school family taster will mean you can talk to parents and carers too.

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