General Information Course<br />Programme<br />Cayman Islands Scouts Association<br />
Welcome!<br />Scouting was founded by Lord Baden Powell in 1907. <br />The name "Scouts" was chosen by Baden-Powell, becau...
What is scouting?<br />Scouting is a system of progressive self-education through a Promise and Law, learning by doing, me...
Scout Promise<br />On my honour, I promise <br />to do my best <br />to do my duty <br />to God,  the Queen and my country...
Scout law<br />A Scout is to be trusted<br />A Scout is loyal<br />A Scout is friendly and considerate<br />A Scout is a b...
Six Development Areas<br />Physical Development<br />Creative Growth<br />Character Formation<br />Social Development<br /...
About Scouting<br />All Scouts have a duty to God, a duty to Others and Country, and a duty to Self.  <br />The method use...
The Scout Programme<br />The Scout Programme <br />is fun for the Youth at all ages<br />is geared at the full development...
Outline<br />Background<br />Introduction<br />Beaver Programme<br />Cubs Programme<br />Scouts Programme<br />Venture Sco...
Programme<br />The organisation membership ranges in three sections:<br />Beavers: ages 6 – 8 years<br />Cubs: ages 8 – 10...
Beavers<br />Youngsters 6 – 8 years of age<br />
Beavers<br />Beaver Law:<br />Beavers have fun, work hard<br />And help their family and friends<br />Beaver promise:<br /...
Activities<br />
Typical Activity<br />Tune – John Brown’s Baby<br />Little Paddy Beaver had a fly upon his ear (repeat)<br />And he flicke...
Themes for Meetings<br />Music<br />Games evening<br />Time<br />Food<br />Magic<br />Visits<br />Church<br />etc.. as per...
Resources<br />CI Scout Website <br />[http://tinyurl.com/ciscouts]<br />ScoutBase <br />[http://www.scoutbase.org.uk/6to2...
Scoutbase<br />
Cubs<br /><ul><li>Youngsters 8 – 10 ½  years of age</li></li></ul><li>Activities<br />Law:<br />“A Cub Scout does his best...
Membership Badge<br />Know and understand the meaning and significance of the Cub Scout Promise and Law.<br />Know the Sco...
Activities<br />Progress Badge Tests<br />Membership Badge Tests<br />Bronze Arrow<br />Silver Arrow<br />Gold Arrow<br />...
Bronze Arrow<br />Cleanliness<br />Physical Fitness<br />Knotting<br />National Anthem<br />Safety<br />Arts and Craft<br ...
Silver and Gold Arrow<br />As outlined in the  Caribbean Scout programme…<br />
Proficiency Badges<br />Athlete<br />Artist<br />Book Reader<br />Collector<br />Communicator<br />Cook<br />Craftsman<br ...
Link Badge Tests<br />Be at least ten and a half years of age<br />Visit the Scout Leader and register entry into Troop<br...
Scouts<br /><ul><li>Youngsters 10 ½  –  15 ½  years of age</li></li></ul><li>Badges<br />Progress Badge Tests<br />Members...
Resources<br />ScoutBase-UK<br />Troop 97<br />
Q&A Session<br />
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Caribbean Scout Programme

  1. 1. General Information Course<br />Programme<br />Cayman Islands Scouts Association<br />
  2. 2. Welcome!<br />Scouting was founded by Lord Baden Powell in 1907. <br />The name "Scouts" was chosen by Baden-Powell, because of its romantic meaning of self-sufficient explorers who were useful to others and who could survive off the land with their own skills.<br />
  3. 3. What is scouting?<br />Scouting is a system of progressive self-education through a Promise and Law, learning by doing, membership in small groups, under adult guidance, progressive discovery and acceptance of your  responsibility and training towards self-government directed towards the development of character and acquisition of competence, self-reliance, dependability and capacities for cooperative growth. <br />
  4. 4. Scout Promise<br />On my honour, I promise <br />to do my best <br />to do my duty <br />to God,  the Queen and my country <br />to help other people <br />and obey the Scout law.<br />
  5. 5. Scout law<br />A Scout is to be trusted<br />A Scout is loyal<br />A Scout is friendly and considerate<br />A Scout is a brother to all Scouts<br />A Scout has courage in all difficulties<br />A Scout makes good use of his time<br />A Scout is careful of his possessions <br />and all property<br />A Scout has respect for himself and others<br />A Scout obeys the orders of those in authority<br />A Scout is clean in thought word and deed<br />
  6. 6. Six Development Areas<br />Physical Development<br />Creative Growth<br />Character Formation<br />Social Development<br />Emotional Development<br />Spiritual Growth.<br />
  7. 7. About Scouting<br />All Scouts have a duty to God, a duty to Others and Country, and a duty to Self.  <br />The method used in the Programme employs: service, love of nature, action and play.<br />
  8. 8. The Scout Programme<br />The Scout Programme <br />is fun for the Youth at all ages<br />is geared at the full development of the person, and <br />to make the youngster into a valuable member of the community.<br />
  9. 9. Outline<br />Background<br />Introduction<br />Beaver Programme<br />Cubs Programme<br />Scouts Programme<br />Venture Scouts<br />Proficiency Badge System<br />
  10. 10. Programme<br />The organisation membership ranges in three sections:<br />Beavers: ages 6 – 8 years<br />Cubs: ages 8 – 10 ½ years<br />Scouts: 10 ½ - 15 ½ years<br />Venture Scouts: 16 – 19 years<br />The programme for each age group is suited to the particular stage of development of the youth. <br />The programme is geared at making the youth a good and useful citizen.<br />
  11. 11. Beavers<br />Youngsters 6 – 8 years of age<br />
  12. 12. Beavers<br />Beaver Law:<br />Beavers have fun, work hard<br />And help their family and friends<br />Beaver promise:<br />“I promise to do my best<br />To be kind and helpful<br />And to love God.”<br />Beaver Motto: <br />Sharing! Sharing! Sharing!<br />
  13. 13. Activities<br />
  14. 14. Typical Activity<br />Tune – John Brown’s Baby<br />Little Paddy Beaver had a fly upon his ear (repeat)<br />And he flicked it till it flew away<br />Repeat substituting action for one word each time<br />i. e.<br />Beaver – hands clawed<br />Fly – wiggle fingers<br />Ear – 2 fingers up side of head<br />Flicked away – flick thumbs and forefinger<br />Flew away – flap arms<br />
  15. 15. Themes for Meetings<br />Music<br />Games evening<br />Time<br />Food<br />Magic<br />Visits<br />Church<br />etc.. as per the Caribbean Scout programme<br />
  16. 16. Resources<br />CI Scout Website <br />[http://tinyurl.com/ciscouts]<br />ScoutBase <br />[http://www.scoutbase.org.uk/6to25/beaver/badges/ ]<br />
  17. 17. Scoutbase<br />
  18. 18. Cubs<br /><ul><li>Youngsters 8 – 10 ½ years of age</li></li></ul><li>Activities<br />Law:<br />“A Cub Scout does his best<br />Thinks of others before himself<br />And does a good turn every day.”<br />Promise:<br />“I promise to do my best<br />To love and serve God,<br />My country and the Queen,<br />To help people,<br />And obey the Cub-Scout Law.”<br />
  19. 19. Membership Badge<br />Know and understand the meaning and significance of the Cub Scout Promise and Law.<br />Know the Scout salute and sign, handshake and motto.<br />Know the Grand Howl.<br />Be told the first Jungle Story and how Cub Scout began.<br />
  20. 20. Activities<br />Progress Badge Tests<br />Membership Badge Tests<br />Bronze Arrow<br />Silver Arrow<br />Gold Arrow<br />Proficiency Badges<br />Link Badges tests<br />
  21. 21. Bronze Arrow<br />Cleanliness<br />Physical Fitness<br />Knotting<br />National Anthem<br />Safety<br />Arts and Craft<br />Discovering Nature<br />Exploring<br />Collecting<br />Entertaining<br />Home service<br />
  22. 22. Silver and Gold Arrow<br />As outlined in the Caribbean Scout programme…<br />
  23. 23. Proficiency Badges<br />Athlete<br />Artist<br />Book Reader<br />Collector<br />Communicator<br />Cook<br />Craftsman<br />Cyclist<br />Entertainer<br />and many more as outlined in the CSP.<br />
  24. 24. Link Badge Tests<br />Be at least ten and a half years of age<br />Visit the Scout Leader and register entry into Troop<br />Take part in a “Special patrol” activity outdoors<br />Have a general knowledge of the Scout Movement<br />Have a general knowledge of the development of World Scouting<br />Know the Promise and Law<br />
  25. 25. Scouts<br /><ul><li>Youngsters 10 ½ – 15 ½ years of age</li></li></ul><li>Badges<br />Progress Badge Tests<br />Membership<br />Scout Standard<br />Advanced Scout Standard<br />Chief Scout Award<br />Proficiency Badges<br />Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme<br />Bronze<br />Silver<br />Gold<br />
  26. 26. Resources<br />ScoutBase-UK<br />Troop 97<br />
  27. 27. Q&A Session<br />

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