There are loads of fun things that you can do as a Cub Scout. You will get a chance to try lots of different activities like swimming, music, exploring, computing and collecting. If you do them well, you will get a badge which you can wear on your uniform.


Cub Scouts also get to go on trips and days out, to places like the zoo, theme parks or a farm. Sometimes you will be able to go camping with the rest of your Pack. This will mean you sleeping in a tent and doing loads of outdoor activities.

The Cub Scout Promise:

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 Cub Scout Law:

Cub Scouts always do their best
Think of others before themselves
And do a good turn every day.


The Cub Scout Motto:

Be Prepared


We have a few rules in cubs to keep us all safe and to let us have a fun meeting:


  • If an adult leader raises their arm into the air this is the sgnal for everybody to stop what they are doing, including talking, and raise thair arm to show that they are ready to listen.


  • We don't slide on the hall floor; we know it's fun but you will hurt your knees.


  • If you hear 3 long blows of the whistle, this is our firm alarm - STOP immediately and leave the building with everybody else.


  • If we have games outside we only go on the car parking area, the grass is out of bounds as there is a steep slope.  We also do not climb on the church walls.


  • When we are listening to each other, when we are sharing news or information or listening to instructions, only one person speaks at a time so that everyone can hear what is being said.  This is polite and also keeps you safe as the instructions could be important.

Cubs Code of Conduct

We always expect our Cubs and Beavers to be on their best behaviour at all times and live up to the promise that they make when they were invested into the pack.  By following the cub scout law and remembering our duty to respect others we will all get to enjoy the many fun and diverse activities safely and without damaging our surroundings.


Our positive behaviour policy involves using red and yellow cards to indicate when a cub or beaver's behaviour has fallen below what is expected, just like in sport.  A yellow card is a warning, a second yellow during a pack meeting or a red card means that member will miss the following meeting.  We are extremely proud that have rarely ever needed to issue a card.


Some time ago we asked the cubs to devise their own code of conduct, specifically those actions that might merit a red or yellow card.

Yellow Card Red Card
  • Sliding on the floor
  • Very bad language
  • Being told more than once
  • Being violent or fighting
  • Not paying attention
  • Throwing objects
  • Arguing with each other
  • Stealing
  • Persistently shouting out
  • Valdalism
  • Messing around
  • Continually answering back
  • Not listening
  • Bullying
  • Spitting
  • Telling lies
  • Making fun of others
  • Not telling the truth
  • Being rude

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