Our Scout Troop meet every Friday night during term time
In Guernsey and Alderney Scouts is available to all boys and girls aged between 10½ and 14 years old who want to join the Scouting adventureScouts follow a balanced programme, giving the young people an opportunity to personally develop in areas, take part in a wide range of challenging activities whilst keeping safe at the same time. The leaders ensure that all Scouts cover and experience a whole range of exciting activities, divided into:
Scouting has a reputation as an outdoor organisation based on strong traditions of camping and other outdoor persuits. These are an important part of troop life and everybody is encouraged to go.
Scouts meet together as a Troop in ‘Patrols’ (small groups). A Scout called a Patrol Leader leads the Patrol and the Patrol Leaders work with a team of volunteers and assisted by parent helpers, in setting the programme and in decisions affecting the Troop. The Patrol system is one of the important ways that young people can take responsibility for themselves and others.
They wear a teal coloured shirt (Blue for Sea/Air Scouts), group neckerchief (scarf) and a leather woggle (which keeps their scarf together).
By making the Promise and by following the Scout Law, which is common to every section and acts as a link with the family of Scouts around the world is an important act in Scouting.
See the links above to find out more about the Scout Promise & Motto, the Badges that a Scout can work towards, our Leaders and for a copy of the latest Programme.
The Scout Promise
On my honour, I promise that I will do my best. To do my duty to God and to the Queen. To help other people and to keep the Scout Law.
The Scout Law
The Scout Motto