What do Cubs do? (Monday Pack)

Cubs do a wide range of activities, including the occasional camp.  Activities range from arts and crafts to climbing and abseiling to kayaking and sailing – we like to give the Cubs an experience of the adventure that Scouting has to offer!

Our programme is carefully planned according to the “Balanced Programme” philosophy that Scouting promotes in order to provide a wide range of activities and experiences.

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04/01/2021
Gardener's Badge

For a cub to receive this badge they will need to do the following 5 tasks, this is a simple task for them to achieve, however there is a two month task for them to do which is in categories HELP, please can you ensure that your cub does this with photo evidence it could be growing cress or carrots something simple for your child to grow.

this session is why and how we look after the parents and to talk about saving the planet


11/01/2021
Gardener's Badge

For a cub to recieve this badge they will need to do the following 5 tasks, this is a simple task for them to achieve, however there is a two month task for them to do which is in catergorie HELP, please can you ensure that your cub does this with photo eveidence it could be growing cress or carrots somthing simple for your child to grow.

Setting up what the cubs will need to start growing their cress and so on.


18/01/2021
Gardener's Badge

For a cub to receive this badge they will need to do the following 5 tasks, this is a simple task for them to achieve, however there is a two month task for them to do which is in category HELP, please can you ensure that your cub does this with photo evidence it could be growing cress or carrots something simple for your child to grow.

To then show us what they have done and to see what has started to the cress and how it is growing in certain temperatures and climates.


25/01/2021
Games Night

Games night for 1 night only to give the Cubs a break.


01/02/2021
International Day

For the cub to receive this badge they will need to do the following 4 tasks:

Badge: Draw or create the World Scout Badge. Explain the meaning of each of its parts and talk about the advantages of being part of a global movement of Cub Scouts.

Make: Make, build or draw something to represent a country. Include things like its currency, national dress, cultures, customs and languages.

Food: Explore another country’s traditions and culture around food and eating. What time do they eat? How do they eat? How do they sit? What do they eat?

Festival: Take part in the activities of a celebration or festival that usually takes place in another country. Explore why the celebration or festival happens. What are the customs of the event?


08/02/2021
International Day

For the cub to receive this badge they will need to do the following 4 tasks:

Badge: Draw or create the World Scout Badge. Explain the meaning of each of its parts and talk about the advantages of being part of a global movement of Cub Scouts.

Make: Make, build or draw something to represent a country. Include things like its currency, national dress, cultures, customs and languages.

Food: Explore another country’s traditions and culture around food and eating. What time do they eat? How do they eat? How do they sit? What do they eat?

Festival: Take part in the activities of a celebration or festival that usually takes place in another country. Explore why the celebration or festival happens. What are the customs of the event?