Older final year cubs would have received a chief scouts award Forms this evening , they need to be back into the leaders by the next Week 1st December
About the Cubs Chief scout Award
The Chief Scout Award is about personal development. It, is centered on assisting the self-development of the young person. Each Scout must be in control of their own journey; and they, with the help of a Scouter, choose the individual tasks and challenges that will help them make progress towards the Award. While the award has speciﬁc criteria and has a more formal nature than other elements of the scouting programme, it is still a personally based challenge.
A Cub Scout should be in their ﬁnal year in the section when they begin the Cub Scout Chief Scout Award.
On deciding to go for the award a cub fill out the forms (click here) and return to to their leaders.A Leader will then work with the individual cub to achieve the following
- Skill: One Special Interest Badge from the “Skill” Area
- Physical: One Special Interest Badge in the “Physical” Area
- Community: One Special Interest Badge from the “Community” Area
- Environment: One Special Interest Badge from the “Environment” Area
- Scout Skill: Two Adventure Skills to stage 2; one Adventure Skills to stage 4
- Expedition: Walking 20 Km over an 8 hour day
- Residential/Intercultural: Shared activity with a group in a residential/camp setting for 3 days and 2 nights, must include an intercultural aspect
A minimum of 9 months duration.