Be prepared for adventure

Create the path

Cub Scouts is the second age section of Scouts, and it is for children aged eight to 10 years. Cub Scouts create their own paths, finding adventure in not only the activity but also the challenge of leading the way. Ideally, Cub Scouts progress to Scouts after their 11th birthday.

Cub Scouts are:

  • creating their own paths
  • developing their sense of place
  • exploring the world around them
  • encountering new experiences
  • expanding perspectives
  • determining their own adventures
  • building upon friendships

In the program, Cub Scouts:

  • set their own challenges
  • lead some activities on their own
  • give back to their local community
  • become more confident in outdoor skills
  • assist in the running of their Unit Council
  • form long-term Patrols
  • develop resilience when faced with challenges
  • talk about what is important to them

The Grey Wolf Award is the peak award in the Cub Scouts age section.

Cub Scouts at the Waylen Bay Sea Scout Group

The Waylen Bay Sea Scout Group’s Cub Scouts Unit meets at its Cub Hall from 18:15 to 19:45 on Tuesdays.