The aim of scouts is to encourage the physical, intellectual, social and spiritual development of young people so that they take a constructive place in society as responsible citizens.
Scouting is a training organisation teaching the youth of our community to become more self-reliant, more aware and more responsible.
How does it achieve those aims? As your child grows older, the scouting program emphasises the development of the child/youth’s own decision making, and leadership capabilities aided by the taking on of more complex and exciting adventures and challenges. And yes, this is lots of fun as well.
New members are always welcome in all sections of the group.
Contact us to find out how you start out and for more specific information on program development, drop off and pick up requirements, fee’s, uniforms and how to help your child get the most out of scouting.
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