Cubs

“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 Cub Scout Law" – The Cubs Promise

We run two Cub Packs at Randwick Scout Group – one on a Wednesday evening and one on a Friday evening. Each pack is run by a Leader who is supported by parent helpers. Our Leaders plan and organise a varied and exciting programme of termly activities.

Cubs are encouraged to participate in a range of outdoor pursuits, community activities and exciting experiences. Challenge awards and badges are gained to recognise their achievements, plus they have the opportunity to attend camps and residential trips.


Cubs Monthly Blog…

The first
meeting after half term was focused on Remembrance. The Cubs were shown a film
about the everyday lives of children during WW2. They found it especially
difficult to imagine life as an evacuee. There was an excellent turn out at the
Remembrance Day Service at Randwick Church. The Rev Ian Bussey, who ran the
service, was very complimentary about the behaviour of all our young people.

The following week, the Cubs
visited Stroud fire station and had a great time learning about the job of a
fire fighter and fire safety as well as having a go with the fire hoses and
walking through the smoke room. Back at HQ, the Cubs then finished off their
Fire Safety badge by taking part in a fire drill, thinking about common causes
of fires (and preventing them) and the importance of smoke alarms.

Both packs enjoyed an
interesting and informative visit to the new Stroud Community Church on
Cainscross Road. Aaron, the minister, showed the Cubs round the old Church
(which is now a meeting room) and the new one (which has a fascinating roof
with amazing acoustics) and he explained the importance of different artefacts.
He was absolutely brilliant with the Cubs – he had a very calm and peaceful
aura and as a result, the Cubs listened and behaved impeccably well.