Map Reading

Navigator Stage 1,2,3 Download and complete the activities in the Ordnance Survey’s Map Reading Made Easy.  Send it in and we’ll count it towards your navigator badge. If you go out for a walk with your family, see if you […]

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RNLI

As Sea Scouts, safety on the water is really important to us.  In order to be able to do our water activities, we have to be able to stay safe afloat.  The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) has some great […]

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Cubs in Other Countries

Scouting is a worldwide organisation with cub packs in many other countries around the world.  Find out about them, the promise they make and the games they play. Play a game that Cubs play in another country and learn their […]

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Road Safety Poster

Continue your Cyclist badge by making a road safety poster.  (you need to do this one and the cycling quiz activity to complete it if you attended the bike maintenance muster). Make a poster to promote road safety to pedestrians […]

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Knots

Learn to tie some new knots (or practice the old ones) Pioneer (3) Nautical Skills Stage 2 You might do this by: https://www.animatedknots.com/scouting-knots Learn some basic knots and try tying them three times, use a timer and see if you […]

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Renewable Energy

This counts towards: Environmental Conservation (3) Find out about one type of renewable energy. Talk about the advantages and disadvantages of the technology. You might do this by: Watch the BBC Bitesize https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zp22pv4/articles/ztxwqty Make a wind car – https://www.stirthewonder.com/diy-wind-car-science-lesson-fine-motor-fun/ Make […]

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Digital Citizen

Why not work towards your Digital Citizen Badge? Stage 1: Part 1: Show that you can: turn on and log into a computer use a piece of software, for example email or a game name the main parts of a […]

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