CUB SCOUTS AT PHORMS. What is Cub Scouts? Scouting promises you the great outdoors. As a Scout, you can learn how to camp and hike without leaving a trace.

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  • CUB SCOUTS AT PHORMS

  • What is Cub Scouts?Scouting promises you the great outdoors. As a Scout, you can learn how to camp and hike without leaving a trace and how to take care of the land. Youll study wildlife up close and learn about nature all around you. There are plenty of skills for you to master, and you can teach others what you have learned. Being a Scout means you are a member of a worldwide youth movement that stands for certain values and beliefs. Scouting is more than something to do. It's all about the boy youareand the person you willbecome.

  • Brief History of ScoutingScouting began in 1907 with Robert Baden-PowellBoy Scouts of America began in 1910Cub Scouts 1930Scouting has more than 40 million members world wide.Scouting (or the Scout Movement) has the stated aim of supporting young people in their physical, mental and spiritual development, that they may play constructive roles in society.

  • Cub Scouts at PhormsLearn to have fun and be safe in the great outdoors.Encourage the scouts to have international respect and perspective, but at the same time develop a strong identity with their own country.Develop a community where the boys learn to play and work together.Giving back encourage the boys to take an active role in their wider community.Encourage boys to be respectful of den leaders and other scouts.

  • Structure

  • Committee MembersCubmaster- Darren HalfordAssistant cubmaster - Peter SeniorTreasurer- Lee Silver Pack ordering - Rehana FlessnerCommittee chair- Carole Senior

  • Phorms Cub Scout Dens

    LeadersClass Years TigersRachael Kent1WolvesSam Manning-BensonHeidi Fagan2BearsMichael Ricks, Christiane Schulze-Zehetbauer3WebelosLawrence Haw, Kai Deininger, Roger Abseher4 and 5

  • StructureDen group of boys of one age group.Pack all dens belong to one pack in a regional area.

    Cub Scout DensTigers year 1 (should have a parent helper along)Wolves year 2Bears year 3Webelos (we be loyal scouts) year 4 and 5

    Boy Scouts year 6 onwards

  • Communication and RegistrationPack communication will be via email from Carole Senior.Phorms den information will come via email from Sam Manning-BensonDen information via email from den leaders

    Registration FormsBoy scout of America youth application formHealth form (sections A and B)Permission to take the child out of school - formUse of photos for website

  • UniformFill out the registration form and email it to Rehana Flessner.Transfer money - clearly state what the money is for and cubs name.

  • Den Meetings and Pack MeetingsDen Meetings every 2 weeksLearning new skillsMaking craftsLearning songsMaking new friendsWorking towards badgesEnjoying the great outdoorGaining all the positive values of Cub Scouts

    Pack meetings monthlyFormalAwarding badgesBowling derby, fishing derby, kite derby, etc.

  • Den Meeting DetailsParents need to write in the childs daily organiser that the boys will be attending the Scout meeting after school.

    3.30 - Boys will be taken to the canteen by teacher assistants3.45 4.00 snack and register4.00 5.00 den meetings5.00 parent pick up

    Rooms: 1c Tigers, Wolves2b Bears3a - Webelos

  • Your Role Ensure your son is committed and it is something they want to do.Read through the sections in the handbook and help them to complete tasks. Make sure they finish the tasks themselves so that they get a great sense of accomplishment.At home you are the Akela and you can sign off on tasks.Help out where you can at den sessions, camps and day events.Help your child to attend the different meetings, pack events and camping.

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