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Scout Association

The Scout Association is the UK’s mixed youth organisation.

The Scout Association was formed in 1908, by Robert Baden-Powell (BP as he was known). Baden-Powell was a soldier, artist, actor and free thinker, best known for his brave spirited defence of a Small African town called, Mafeking during the Boer War.


Baden-Powell had written a handbook aimed at existing organisations, but was encouraged to rewrite it for a younger audience, and in 1907, he held a camp on Brownsea Island in Poole, Dorset, to try out his ideas. In 1909, King Edward VII agreed to the King’s Scout Award.

Our Scout Association courses:


First Aid for Scouts - Stage 1

First Aid for Scouts - Stage 2

First Aid for Scouts - Stage 3

First Aid for Scouts - Stage 4

First Aid for Scouts - Stage 5

There are 5 sections of the Scout Association:

Beavers

The Beavers are aimed at children aged 6 to 8 years old.

The emphasis on the Beavers is on having fun, they are taught about the basic aspects of being scouting.


They aim for:


Visit the Beavers website here.

Scouts

The Scouts are aimed at girls aged 10.5 to 14 years old.

The emphasis of the Scouts is to further develop the skills of scouting.


Their range of badges are:


The Scout programme includes:


Visit the Scouts website here.

Cubs

The Cubs are aimed at girls aged 8 to 10.5 years old.

The Cubs emphasis is based around the introduction to scouting and activities.


Their range of badges are:



A cub Scout gets satisfaction from:


Visit the Cubs website here.