Scout Programme May172019

Scout Programme

The Scout Section is for young people (boys and girls) aged between 10½ and 14 years. Scouts are easily distinguished by their dark green shirts. Scouts are encouraged to take part in a wide range of activities as part of their programme, and for the Scout who wants to be recognised for his or her achievements, there are a number of Challenges Awards and Activity Badges to work towards. Being outdoors is important, and half the programme is given over to taking part in both traditional Scouting skills, such as camping, survival and cooking, as well as the wide range of adventurous activities including anything from abseiling to yachting. The 3rd Brampton Scout programme has been designed to work towards badges during the winter months (primarily indoors) and then as the evenings get lighter and warmer, this emphasis switches to outdoor activities. The Scout Section follows a programme of activities each term. The latest Scout Programme is available below. Additional activity information and updates will be added to the programme as soon as they become available, so please check back here regularly. Information about this Friday’s activities can also be found on the ‘Friday’ post on the home page. Autumn 2019 Winter 2019 Autumn 2018 Summer 2018 Winter 2018 Autumn 2017 Summer 2017 Winter 2017 Autumn 2016 Winter 2016 Autumn 2015 Summer 2015 Winter 2015 Autumn 2014 Summer 2014 3rd Brampton St Thomas Scouts autumn programme[4009] 3rd Brampton St Thomas Scouts Summer 2019 3rd Brampton St Thomas Scouts Winter 2019 Scout Programme – September-December 2018 Health Information & Consent Form Scout Programme – Summer 2018 (Revised 13-05-2018) Spring Bank Camp – Information & Consent Form Summer Camp – Belgium 2018 – Camp Information Letter 1 | Camp Information Letter 2 | Camp Information Letter 3. Scout Programme –...

Beaver Programme May152019

Beaver Programme

Beaver Scouts are the youngest section within the Scouting family. The section caters for boys and girls aged between six and eight years old. Beavers are easily recognised by their distinctive turquoise sweatshirts. Beavers enjoy making friends, playing games, going on visits, and helping others. Beavers also take part in sleepovers, which are often the first time a young person has spent a night away from home. 3rd Brampton run two Beaver Sections. The Rother Beavers meet on Mondays and the Hipper Beavers meet on Fridays. Both follow a programme of activities on a termly basis. Programmes and additional activity information for both Beaver Sections can be found below. Updates will be added to the programmes as soon as they become available, so please check back here regularly. The latest information about this Friday’s/Monday’s activities can also be found on the ‘Friday Night’/’Monday Night’ posts accessible from the home page.   Rother Colony (Monday Nights) Winter 2019 Autumn 2018 Summer 2018 Winter 2018      3rd-Brampton-Rother- Beaver-Programme – Sept to Oct 2019 3rd-Brampton-Rother- Beaver-Programme – Winter 19 3rd Brampton Rother Beaver Programme Health Information & Consent Form Rother Beaver Programme – June-July 2018 Rother Beaver Programme – April-May 2018 Rother Beaver Programme – January-March 2018  (Revised 03-02-2018)     Hipper Colony (Friday Nights) Autumn 2019 Autumn 2018 Summer 2018 Winter 2018 Autumn 2017 Summer 2017 Winter 2017 Autumn 2016 Winter 2016 Autumn 2015 Summer 2015 Winter 2015 Autumn 2014 Summer 2014 Beaver Programme – Sept 2019 Beaver Programme – May 19 Beaver Programme – jan 19 Beaver Programme – Sept – Dec 18 Health Information & Consent Form Hipper Beaver Programme – June-July 2018 (Revised 31-05-2018) Hipper Beaver Programme – April-July 2018 Hipper Beaver Programme – January-March 2018 Beaver Programme – September-December 2017 (Revised 30-10-2017) Beaver Programme...

Cub Programme May052018

Cub Programme

The Cub Scout section caters for youngsters (boys and girls) between the ages of 8 and 10½. Cubs are easily distinguished by their green sweatshirts. As a Cub Scout you will get the chance to try lots of different activities like; swimming, music, exploring, computing, collecting, archery and canoeing. If you do them properly and are sufficiently competent, you will get a badge which you can then wear on your uniform. Cub Scouts also get to go on trips, days out, and on weekend camps either in Scout accommodation or under canvas. Camps usually involve lots of exciting outdoor activities, and are a great way to make friends with other members of your Pack. The 3rd Brampton Cub Section follows a programme of activities each term. The latest Cub Scout Programme is available below. Additional activity information and updates will be added to the programme as soon as they become available, so please check back here regularly. Information about this Friday’s activities can also be found on the ‘Friday’ post on the home page. Summer 2018 Winter 2018 Autumn 2017 Summer 2017 Winter 2017 Autumn 2016 Winter 2016 Autumn 2015 Summer 2015 Winter 2015 Autumn 2014 Summer 2014 Cub Progamme Cub Programme – April-July 2018 Spring Bank Camp – Information & Consent Form Cub District Walk 2018 – Information Cub Programme – Winter 2018 – Not yet available. Cub Programme – September-December 2017 (Revised 02-11-2017) Health Information & Consent Form Cub Programme – April-July 2017 (Revised 09-06-2017) Cub Camp – June 2017 – Information   Parent Rota The Cub section will be operating a parent rota to provide additional assistance and supervision during Cub meetings. Please check back regularly for any changes. Helping out on an evening doesn’t mean you will be running the night –...