3rd Newbury – Scouts (10-14 year olds)

Scouts are usually aged between about ten and a half and fourteen years old.   The Scout Troop has traditionally been based on the ‘Patrol system’.  This involves small groups of young people working and playing together in a gang; usually led by someone of a similar age, and supported and guided by adults.

Older Scouts are given the chance to take responsibility for their peers when they are asked to be a Patrol Leader.

Participation, rather than meeting set standards is the key to our approach – activity badges recognise achievements in:

  • Developing leadership skills
  • Learning emergency aid
  • Spending nights away
  • Sporting activities
  • Helping others in the community
  • Cooking – at home or at camp
  • Adventurous activities – anything from abseiling to zorbing
  • Mastering survival skills

Most Troops will offer a number of events away from home during the year and very often a camp lasting up to a week

At 3rd Newbury we currently run a single Scout section

Shaw Scouts

Monday Nights (term time only)

7:00pm – 9:00m @ the scout hut


For their programme information please visit the Scouts programme page

Put your phone down and what are you left with? Just teamwork, courage and the skills to succeed.’
Bear Grylls, Chief Scout Bear Grylls