Cubs

Get into heaps of seriously exciting indoor and outdoor fun activities.  You’ll become a member of a ‘Six’ led by a ‘Sixer’ and will meet weekly at our Scout Hall or go out on activities.

There’ll be games to play and new friends to meet.  You’ll wear your own Cub Scout uniform to show you’re part of one the best Cub Packs.

A Cub Scout pack comprises of  Boys and Girls aged around 8 to 10 1/2 years who take off together on an exciting trail to adventure!  The trained volunteer leaders are known by the names taken from the Rudyard Kipling story The Jungle Book.
The jungle theme captures the imagination of Cub Scouts.  They learn about basic bush-craft and how to react in emergencies.  Cub Scouts learn new skills through fun and games.  The games are carefully devised to encourage teamwork and sharing, encouraging all to ‘do their best’.
Cub Scouts get to visit all sorts of places and do lots of things., whether it is a fire station or the zoo.  There is no limit to the activities and the only rule is that we MUST have fun!
Cub Scouts love getting badges for their uniform and camp blanket.  Awards are presented in recognition of the effort made by each Cub at their own level of ability.  Boys and girls are recognised for their developing skills through the ‘Boomerang Award  Scheme’ which includes activities on personal hygiene and healthcare, science and discovery, safety at home and in the bush, tests of physical skill, handicrafts and traditional Scouting skills of knotting, map and compass and hiking.

Achievement Badges include sport, boating, cycling, entertainment, gardening, pet care, nature craft, construction and science.  The ultimate award – the ‘Grey Wolf’ – is awarded to those Cub Scouts who demonstrate a long term commitment and attain the highest levels in badge work.

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