NEW Unlimited Learning for New Leaders
This course will teach you the practical insight to running your Sections

Covers the Following: How to Start Meetings Beavers, Cubs & Scouts

with Flag Break & Inspection

Ceremonies - including how to do Investiture & other Badge Links

Games

Other Practical: how to show Fire Lighting, Knots and Compass etc

host of other items like planning to give you the confidence to run your section

Outline into 3 Sections

Beavers Section
CEREMONIES covering
How Beavers start Meeting 
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The New Beaver Scout Promise Ceremony

 The new Beaver Scout(s) receive items in this order


 
    

Group scarf, woggle

  
World Membership Badge


County/Area/
Region and District badges, 


                   
Group name tape

Scout Handshake

Cub Scouts (and everyone else in the Scout family) shake hands with their left hand. Why do they do this?


The tradition was started by Lord Robert Baden-Powell. When he was a soldier in Africa, he saw lots of tribal chiefs who carried spears and shields. He noticed that it was a sign of great trust to offer your left hand when shaking hands. This was because you had to put down your shield, and leave the other person holding their spear.

Welcoming handshake is offered, the Scout left handshake should be used. 

Colonies should consider inviting parents/carers to the investiture of their child 
as a Beaver Scout
.


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Moving up Beavers  to Cubs 


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Cubs Section
 Start Meeting  with
Fold Flag -  Before Flag Break   It is a good aid to discipline as it provides the opportunity to start a meeting formally.


The Cubs Grand Howl only

  
 
 

At the beginning of each meeting, the Cubs use the Grand Howl as a special way to greet Akela and the other Cubs. The Cubs form a circle, and, lead by the duty Sixer, will squat down like a wolf would, with their “paws” between their legs.

At the top of their voices, the Cubs shout “AKELA!”
The Cubs then stand up to attention, and the duty Sixer leads them, calling out “Cubs! Do Your Best!”
to which they reply at the top of thier voices “We WILL Do Our Best!”



Flag Break:  Leader Brings Pack to the alert  
  Cub  Sixer  breaks Flag -
 Saluted by Pack 

The Cubs  Salute


The Scout Salute is made with the right hand. It is used during the opening ceremony on Pack  night and also at other special times – such as when you are presented with a badge. 


The three fingers that you hold up should remind you of your promise to:

  • Do your duty to God and to the Queen

  • Help other people

  • Keep the Cub Scout Law

  • Inspection: Some groups do not carried out this task.

Presentation of Badges

When a Cub Scout has earned a Badge, they are presented in front of the entire Pack or Troop, and Parents are often invited to attend. The Cubs & Scouts are awarded their badges, using the Scout handshake – using the left hand while receiving their badges with the right hand.

Scout Handshake

Cub Scouts (and everyone else in the Scout family) shake hands with their left hand. Why do they do this?


The tradition was started by Lord Robert Baden-Powell. When he was a soldier in Africa, he saw lots of tribal chiefs who carried spears and shields. He noticed that it was a sign of great trust to offer your left hand when shaking hands. This was because you had to put down your shield, and leave the other person holding their spear.
 End of Meeting:    Information give out.
Pull Down Flag:     Cub  Sixer     Do Not Salute!!!!!!

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For Cub  Investiture

Leader calls alert & Scout Sign for Investiture by all Cubs
Repeat the Scout Promise after Leader

Items for Investiture in this order

Group Scarf & Woggle
                         
Badges
                        
                                        
 
World Badge               
County & District Badge                          
Group Badge

Cub turns facing Pack and they salute

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SCOUT Section
Start Meeting - Prepare for Flag Break by Duty Patrol Leader
 It is a good aid to discipline as it provides the opportunity to start a meeting formally.

  Leader Brings Troop to the alert  
  Patrol Leader breaks Flag - Saluted by Troop

The Troop  Salute

Inspection is carried out before Programme starts
For Scout  Investiture
Leader brings Troop to alert  then Scout Sign

Scout Sign for Investiture by all Scouts

Scout repeats the Leader in the Scout Promise

Items for Investiture in this order

Group Scarf & Woggle
                            

                        
                   
              
            
 
 World Badge          County & District Badge   Patrol Badge   Group Badge

Scout turns facing Troop and they salute

Presentation of Badges

When a  Scout has earned a Badge, they are presented in front of the entire Troop. The  Scouts are awarded their badges, using the Scout handshake – using the left hand while receiving their badges with the right hand.

Scout Handshake

Scouts (and everyone else in the Scout family) shake hands with their left hand. Why do they do this?


The tradition was started by Lord Robert Baden-Powell. When he was a soldier in Africa, he saw lots of tribal chiefs who carried spears and shields. He noticed that it was a sign of great trust to offer your left hand when shaking hands. This was because you had to put down your shield, and leave the other person holding their spear.
 End of Meeting:    Information given out.
Pull Down Flag:     Patrol Leader     Do Not Salute!!!!!!

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