Cubs

Master new skills and have adventures
Introduction to Cubs
Cubs are the next members of scouting after the beaver section and meet for one hour and a half per week in school term time. The age range is  8 to 10.5  years and is open to boys and girls. They enjoy all that Scouting has to offer; mastering new skills, indoor and outdoor activities, having fun and making new friends, helping others, and make a difference in their local community friends. and attend Cub camps.

We have returned to face 2 face scouting.

WE look forward to offering the cubs a balanced programme of activities over the upcoming months.

 

 

Become part of our adventure

The 1st Shelton Lock Cubs meet every Wednesday term time from 6.45 pm to 8.15 pm Do you have an interesting occupation or hobby that our Cubs would like to hear about? If so, please talk to our leaders. Alternatively you might like to volunteer at one of our activity evenings; an extra pair of hands is always welcome.

1ST Shelton Lock Scout Group

Would you like the chance to go camping, climbing and lead community projects while helping to prepare young people with skills for life?

As part of the 1st Shelton Lock Scout Group, we are looking for people who can help plan and deliver a safe and exciting program for the young people.

You will use you energy and creativity to help young people have fun, develop their potential and earn a wide range of badges and awards.

The Group only offers Beavers and Cubs to the young people at this moment in time and they would really like to offer the Scout section.  So we are looking for adults who think they could help in achieving this.  There are so many roles, not just leaders (there will be some training and a Scouts DBS which will be required to be taken).

1st Shelton Lock Scout Group is part of the Scouts, offering fun, friendship and skills for life to over 46,000 young people across the UK.

Chief Scout Silver Award

In 2020 seven cub scouts received their Chief Scout Silver award (the highest badge a cub scout can achieve)

Cubs Events

Bonfire night activities

  3rd November 2021 The first week back after the October half-term saw the beavers and cubs do some activities based around cooking and Bonfire night. Both made chocolate apples and both had sparklers. Beavers also learned soft archery.  Cubs played the game black...

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Halloween party

  20th October 2021 The beavers and cubs had separate paries but they both enjoy playing and taking part in games. Teamwork played a vital part in the playing of the games. Flour was involved. Games: wrap the mummy, musical chairs, eat the Malteser, musical bumps,...

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DIY badge continued

September 22nd, 2021 Tonight saw the cubs design and make a key holder. Thye first designed on a piece of paper what they would like to see on their pre-cut piece of wood. They then transferred that design onto the wood. They then attached the cup holders.  

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Return to scouting

September 15th, 2021 Face-to-face scouting returned this Wednesday night. The cubs started their DIY badge and played some games/activities that helped them learn about tools and their jobs and also different types of wood. Some brilliant teamwork took place....

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Beavers emergency aid

September 22nd, 2021 The beavers took part in activities to help them gain their emergency aid 1 badge. They did the bandaging and applied plasters to their teddies that they brought with them for this badge.    

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Return to Scouting

  September 15th, 2021 Well, we have returned to face 2 face scouting. The beavers made bubble snakes and made their own bubble wands. a fun time was had by all.

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Blue Peter Green Badge (July 2021)

Even though the beavers and cubs are not meeting face 2 face, some of the young people took part in activities to earn themselves a Blue Peter Green Badge. Akela posted a criteria sheet to cover the requirements of the badge and over 2 weeks the young people took part...

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Previous Events in 2018

In 2018 the 1st Shelton Lock Cubs attended many events and participated in weekly badge work. These were well attended and had great involvement by the beavers.

Bugs & Bones Visit

Beaver Sleepover

Remembrance Parade

Mayor's Parlour Visit

Garden Planting

Slime Making

Just a selection of other activities and events we held during 2018

Mother’s day cream tea and game night •  Visit from a paramedic (an ambulance came to) • Hearing dog for the deaf visit • Bubble experiments • Water activities • Building a vehicle of the future • Fruit kebabs • Rock painting • It’s a knockout water games (yes we all got wet) • Parliament week equalities tea party discussion • Halloween party • Parliament week (vote on which chocolate was the best)

Lots and lots of other games and crafts

Outdoor Gallery 2018

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