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Upcoming events

Bronze DofE Expedition
21st - 23rd June 2019

Beach and Train trip
22nd June 2019

Dragon Boat Race
22nd June 2019

Teddy Bear Picnics
29th - 30th June 2019

Chief Scout's Gold Presentation
30th June 2019

Funday
30th June 2019

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Gillingham Scout News

Gillingham Scout News is published monthly and provides information about Gillingham Scouting.

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Leaders can login at top of page to access the Resources Section. Leaders can request a password at gsn@gillinghamscouts.org.uk

When requesting a password please state your First and Last name (include Mr, Mrs,Miss,Ms),Group, section and role

Sections-age ranges

There are four main sections in Scouting - divided into age groups - providing structured programmes for young people between the ages of 6 and 18 years. Whilst the activities they take part in will depend on their age, each Section gives young people the opportunity to learn by doing. Each Section has six Programme Zones. Programme Zones divide the whole programme into manageable areas. Each zone represents a different development area in a young person's life. Leaders are trained to deliver this programme, ensuring our young people stay safe while they enjoy themselves and learn.


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BEAVERS is the youngest section for boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 8 years.


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CUBS is the second section for young people between the ages of 8 and 10 years.


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SCOUTS is the third section for young people between the ages of 10 and 14 years.


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EXPLORERS is the fourth and final section for young people between the ages of 14 and 18 years.





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