Age 6 to 8
The Beaver Section is the youngest section, we take kids from 1st class in school, to about 8 years in age. This is where the journey and the fun all begins.
Age 9 to 11
The cub scout section is the second youngest group. The Cub Scout Adventure is full of fun and exploration. Cubs are all about finding out new things and new ways of having fun. Cubs learn an increased sense of responsibility as they go on longer camps and hikes, and develop new skills.
Age 12 to 15
This is the most iconic of the scouting sections. Scouts do everything that the cubs have done and more, building on the growth started back in Beavers, they work through their badges and their “Spirit of Adventure” book.
Age: 15 to 17
The Venture level is all about independence. They organise and run their own events with a little help from their scouters. Everything from rock climbing, to hiking, to camping. The Venture crew despite it’s small size is a barrel of laughs.
Age 18 to 26
Rover Scouts are the big kids on the block. They are the oldest non-scouter section, though rover scouts may occasionally act as leaders for the younger sections. This section is truly independent, organising events, trips and projects without the help of scouters.
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