The aim of Cub Scout Section is to
encourage the physical, mental and spiritual development of children of
Cub Scout age, as an integral part of an overall plan of continuous
training throughout the age ranges of the Movement.
The method will
be the provision of an enjoyable and attractive scheme of progressive
training, based on the Cub Scout Law and Promise and guided by adult
The Cub Scout Pack
the enjoying activity to gain the cooperative spirit
The Cub Scout Pack comprises from 2 to 8 sixes each of
which consists of a Sixer, a Second and up to five other Members.
Pack Meeting is once a week and the duration is at
least 1?hour with other children to do healthy team activity.
The activity is diversified in Pack Meeting: learning
of Scouting and living skills and group games etc.
** Doosri Pervaz
** Teseri Pervaz
In normal circumstances,
a Cub Scout should complete all the requirements for one Progressive Badge
before proceeding to the assessments for the next award. The Cub Scout
Leader may make exceptions where circumstances permit. e.g. a Cub Scout
joining the Pack at the age of nine or on an expedition where a suitable
The Cub Scout Law
Scouts always do their best,
think of others before themselves
do a good turn every day."