The age range for Cub Scouts is from 7 to 11. The Cub Scout adventure is full of fun and exploration – it is all about finding out about new things as well as discovering new ways of having fun.
Cub Scouts is the second Section in Scouting, and during the time spent in the Pack, members get the opportunity to try lots of different activities like swimming, music, exploring, camping, hiking and cooking on open fires. Cubs learn responsibility as this will allow them to enjoy more things, like camping for a longer duration and leading activities for others.
Cub Scouts are organised into small groups called Sixes, and these are collected together in what is known as the Pack. Each Six has a Cub Scout as it’s leader, and that person is called the Sixer.
Getting out into nature is what scouting is all about, since there is so much to explore in nature. Cubs get to go on trips and days out, hiking, exploring and many more.
The Cub Scouts motto is “Do Your Best”.