Well done to all the Cubs who represented the 13th and took part in the ‘I’m a Cub Scout get me out of here’! We even received a few comments from other groups about how great they were 😁
The Scout Group now operates 1 General Page and 1 group
The Scout Group Facebook Page – This is a open page, with the main objective of promoting the Scout Group, in a positive light. It sometimes carries section specific photos etc, which further this cause. Occasionally it will carry information for the whole Scout Group. Anyone can join.
The Facebook Group is for the Parent / Guardians where we share photos, updates and latest news which is moderated by leaders.
Any comments, which are deemed to be inappropriate will be removed.
Keeping Safe Resources:
The Thinkuknow website is full of resources for Young People and Adults.
Leaders should read the factsheet issued by the Scout Association
The Scouts have been learnt some key skills in first aid including assessing a casualty, checking breathing and commencing CPR.
Scouts have also been demonstrated on the use of a AED (Automatic External Defibrillator)
Learning key skills at scout age gives a good basis for further training and first aid but also give Scouts the knowledge they need to help deal with any eventuality. A key piece of information which many seem to lack is the ability to asses when the Emergency Services are required, while also ensuring they have accurate information to relay to the Emergency Services Call Handler.
Scouts took part in various scenarios and role plays while learning these skills and some pictures can be seen below.