Mondays 6:45 pm – 8:15 pm

or

Thursday 6:45pm – 8:15pm

For children in Forth Term year 3 to Forth Term year 6.

The Cub Scout programme makes full use of the need for adventure, games and the vivid imaginations of children. Robert Baden-Powell formed the Scouting Movement in 1907 in the UK and the first Kiwi Scout Group started in 1908 in Christchurch. Due to the success of the Scouting section he formed a section for younger children. The cub pack is based around Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book stories featuring Mowgli.

Games of all kinds, simple indoor and outdoor skills, sense training, outings and camps, stories, music, play acting and handicrafts are all combined to form a unique programme which aims to develop skills.

A Cub Pack consists of 20 to 30 Cubs working and playing together under the guidance of understanding adults, who help young people get the most out of the programme. We have the support of a national programming team to support our warranted leaders

At All Saints Birkenhead the Pack is divided into groups, known as Sixes, led by an older Cub called a Sixer and a Seconder.

Through the Pack and Six organisation, Cubs learn to co-operate with others, develop responsibility and leadership skills and share in worthwhile group experiences. All Saints Birkenhead Cub Pack work towards their Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards before moving on to our Scout Troop section.

In term two we did

Anzac Service

Group Camp

Visited Glow-worms

Badge swapping

Kiwianna quiz

international food and disco night

survival bracelets