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Scouts

Scouts...

  • make their own decisions
  • plan their own activities
  • challenge themselves
  • work as a team
  • learn about leadership and commitment
  • undertake outdoor activities and challenges
  • help others
  • undertake advanced proficiency schemes
  • become Explorer Scouts

Scouts take part in a balanced programme that helps them to find out about the world in which they live, encourages them to know their own abilities and the importance of keeping fit and helps develop their creative talents. It also provides opportunities to explore their own values and personal attitudes

Being outdoors is important and half the Programme is given over to taking part in both the traditional Scouting skills, such as camping, survival and cooking as well as the wide range of adventurous activities, anything from abseiling to yachting.

The best way to find out what Scouts get up to is to find your nearest group and go and see for yourself!

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Cubs

Cubs

Cubs have fun!... They also

  • play games
  • meet new friends
  • gain badges
  • go on outings and visits
  • go camping and learn about the outdoors
  • look after themselves
  • look after their surroundings
  • help others
  • create things
  • become Scouts

The best way to find out what Scouts get up to is to find your nearest group and go and see for yourself!

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Beavers

Beavers

Beavers have fun!... They also

  • play games
  • meet new friends
  • gain badges
  • go on outings and visits
  • go outside and learn about the outdoors
  • create things
  • meet new people
  • listen to stories
  • become Cubs

Beaver Scout activities are a combination of learning and having fun. They learn about themselves and how to look after themselves, they get to know people from their local community. They find out about life in other countries and explore through organised activities. They care by helping those around them.

The best way to find out what Scouts get up to is to find your nearest group and go and see for yourself!

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Explorers

Explorers

Explorer Scouts are young people, usually aged between 14 and 18 years old. They make up the fourth Section of the Scouting family. There are many types of Explorer Scout Units, some may be linked to your local Scout Group, others may be based around different activities.

Not all Units meet each week, because you will often be out and about at weekends or in the holidays doing activities. There will be times when you will be busy doing other things such as exams, and being an Explorer Scout will have to fit around these.

As an Explorer Scout, you will get the chance to work with other Explorer Scouts in your District, not just your Unit. By doing this, you will get the chance to do many more actvities, not just the ones your Unit organises.

The best way to find out what Scouts get up to is to find your nearest group and go and see for yourself!

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SAS

SAS

SCOUT ACTIVE SUPPORT UNIT

 

Scout Active Support is a way for adults to volunteer some time to Scouting in a flexible way that suits them.  Scout Active Support is a resource for managers of local Scouting including Group Scout Leaders, District Commissioners and County Commissioner, to use in which ever way is required.  Scout Active Support welcomes adults over the age of 18 years and of all interests, abilities and backgrounds.  There is no requirement to have been involved in Scouting or Guiding before joining.  All that is required is a willingness to volunteer some time to support Scouting.

 

For further details please contact Peter Raymen, Active Support Manager. 

Email:adc.development@wareanddistrictscouts.org.uk

 

 SASU

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Scout Network

Scout Network

SCOUTS NETWORK

Scout Network allows 18 to 25 year-olds who have an interest in both Scouting and their own personal development, and ultimately want to have fun, the opportunity to do so.

Scout Network members take part in a variety of activities, which they undertake and organise themselves with the support of a Scout Network Leader.  Example activities include:  Abseiling, award work, bowling, camping, circus skills, climbing, cooking, games, go-karting, gorge walking, hiking, pioneering, shooting and watersports.

Young adults aged between 18 and 25 are eligible to register as Scout Network members, subject to a satisfactory criminal records check.

If you're moving away from home, for example to go to university, you can carry on Scouting through Scout Network (or as an adult volunteer) by informing your County Commissioner or similar that you are relocating. They will be able to put you in contact with the County Commissioner for the area you are moving to and pass them your details.

Another option is SSAGO, the Student Scout and Guide Organisation.

SSAGO has branches at many universities and is open to all students at university or higher education college in the UK.

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2nd Ware Scout Group

 

 

Beavers, Cubs and Scouts

Location: Poles Lane, Ware.

Website:  www.2wsm.org.uk

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Saturday, 02 February 2013 17:05

Beaver Scouts

Written by Jeremy Pick
Beaver Scouts are young people usually aged between six and eight years old. They belong to the first and youngest Section in the Scouting family. Young people can join Beaver Scouts in the three months leading up to their sixth birthday. They can move to the next Section, Cub Scouts,…
Beavers, Cubs, Scouts (Coming Soon) Location: Christ Church Centre, New Road, Ware. Website: www.5thware.ukscouts.org.uk Click a logo for our enquiry form:
Sunday, 13 January 2013 22:41

Beaver Information

Written by Super User
Beavers have fun... They also play games meet new friends gain badges go on outings and visits go outside and learn about the outdoors create things meet new people listen to stories become Cubs Beaver Scout activities are a combination of learning and having fun. They learn about themselves and…
Beavers, Cubs and Scouts Location: Broadmeads, Ware. Website: www.3rdwarescouts.org.uk Blog: 3rdwarescoutgroup.blogspot.co.uk Facebook: www.facebook.com/3rdware Click a logo for our enquiry form:
Explorers Location: Christ Church Centre, New Road, Ware. Click a logo for our enquiry form:
Network Location: Ware. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/WareNetwork Click a logo for our enquiry form:
Sunday, 13 January 2013 22:41

Beaver Promise, Law and Motto

Written by Super User
The Beaver Scout Promise I promise to do my bestTo be kind and helpfulAnd to love God. The Beaver Scout Motto Be Prepared
Saturday, 22 December 2012 20:45

Welcome

Written by Super User
Scouting provides adventurous activities and personal development opportunities for young people aged 6-25. Personal development means promoting the physical, intellectual, social and spiritual well-being of the individual, helping them achieve their full potential. In Scouting, we believe that young people develop most when they are 'learning by doing,' when they…
Beavers - Cubs - Scouts Great Amwell Scouts is located on the edge of Ware in Hertfordshire, we are a really enthusiastic and active group with two Beaver Colonies (6 to 8 years), two Cub Packs (8 to 10½) and a Scout Troop (10½ - 14 years). Location: London Road,…
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