Our Scout group is for youth aged 10½  to 15 years of age. We meet on Monday or Wednesday evenings from 6.30pm to 8.30pm at the St. Chads Scout Den.

Action-packed activities form the core of being a Scout, encouraging young people to make their own decisions and to explore the world around them.

Scouts develop valuable problem-solving, outdoor and teambuilding skills.

If your child would like to become a Scout, they can attend three sessions as a Visitor without any cost or commitment. 

How to Become a SCOUT

If your child would like to become a Scout, please contact Kaye Hatton

Please download our St. Chads Scout Welcome v1.3 pack.

Before your child can become a SCOUT member of the Group they will need to meet the following criteria:

Scout Badges

The Scout Award Scheme is designed to help you plan your Scouting experiences around a variety of different activities.

While badges are fun to earn, it’s important to remember that they recognise your progression, they aren’t the goal itself. Having fun and taking part in the programme is the most important part!

St. Chads Scout Badge Book v2.0 

Our Scout Promise

On my honour, I promise to do my best,

To develop my spiritual beliefs,

To contribute to my community, country and world,

To help other people,

And to live by the Scout Law. 

Te Kī Taurangi Scout

E mana ai taku kī taurangi, kia pukumahi te mahi,

Kia tau te whakapono-ā-wairua,

Kia ihu oneone ki te hapori, ki te whenua tupu, ki te ao

Kia manaakitia tangata kē atu,

Kia ū ki tā te ture i kī mai ai. 

Our Scout Law

Have Respect 

For yourself and others

For the environment 

Do What is Right 

Be trustworthy and tolerant 

Have integrity 

Be Positive 

Accept challenges with courage

Be a friend to all 

Te Ture Scout (Our Scout Law)

He whai whakaaro

Ki a koe, ki tangata kē atu

Ki te taiao

Kia tika

Kia manawanui  

Kia ngākau pono.

Kia ngākau pai

Tū whitia te hopo

Hei hoa ki te katoa

Scout Motto

Be Prepared

The following are links to resources used across the years: