Cub Scouting

Welcome to the Cub Scouting. Like all Children you enjoy playing games, having fun, and learning all sorts of interesting things. You have Joined the right group. a great adventure is coming your way

Cub scouting

Cub Scouting is fun! No matter where you are it can be a blast. Do you like to learn by doing? This is just the place. You can learn to tie knots, set up a tent Have you ever cooked a meal on a campfire? Sent a secret code to a buddy? Built a birdhouse? Hiked? Earn rewards for doing these things in Cub Scouts

Welcome to the Cubs

Welcome to the Cub Scouting. Like all children you enjoy playing games, having fun and learning all sorts of interesting things. You have joined the right group. A great adventure is coming your way.

Here are other reasons for being glad you are a cub… You may have heard about of all the activities, expeditions and competitions Cubs take part in. Your leaders are trained for this and spend much time planning your meeting to make them fun.

you will have the challenge of earning your STANDARD BADGES which are called the FIRST STAR, SECOND STAR BADGES which are called the FIRST STAR, SECOND STAR, MUVULE and LION badges. There are PROFICIENCY BADGES you can earn too. you will have the chance to go on outings, to play games, make things, act in plays and sing. When you are 10 years old you will be allowed to go camping with the Cubs and finally when you are 11 years, you will advance to the scout Troop.

Apart from your weekly Pride meetings, there may be special meetings or outdoor activities over weekends. Sometimes this will be with Cubs from other Prides, or with the scouts, or with your parents. Try not to miss out on any of the fun.

What is Cub Scouting?

Cub Scouts do fun things with other kids! They get to wear a cool uniform, go places, and see things. They play all kinds of sports and build things, like race cars and bird houses. 
Want to learn a secret code? 
Want to learn about wild animals? 
Go Cub Scouting!

Things Cub Scouting do?

The Scouting program is delivered through local civic, faith-based, and educational institutions called chartered organizations, which operate Scouting units to deliver the programs to their youth members, as well as the community at large. 

How Cub Scouting Works?

Scouting is a year-round program uniquely designed to meet the needs of the full family. The program offers fun and challenging activities that promote character development and physical fitness. Family involvement is an essential part of the program, and parents are encouraged to play an active role in making the most of the short time they have to impact the lives of their children.

The Cub Scout Uniform

Cub Scouts (boys and girls) wear only uniforms approved by the National Scout headquarters and bought from the Uganda Scouts Shop as follows:

  1. Shirt – Cub Scouts shall wear Khaki short-sleeved shirts with 2 breast pockets that have got flaps over them and epaulettes.
  2. Shorts – Cub Scouts shall wear Khaki shorts.
  3. Dresses – Cub Scouts who are girls may if they wish wear a Cub Scout Uniform that is a Khaki dress.
  4. Caps: The Lion Cub Head is worn on the cap.
  5. Scarf – On the day of Investiture, a Cub Scout may be given and will wear a Cub Scouts section Scarf. Groups or Districts may have a Scarf which is approved by the National Scouts headquarters.
  6. Badges – On investiture, the Cub Scouts shall receive the Membership Badge and the Uganda Scouts badge. The membership badge is worn on the left breast pocket while the Uganda Scouts badge is worn on the right breast pocket. When gained the Stars are worn on the shoulder straps, the Muvule badge is worn on the left sleeve and the Lion badge is worn just above the right breast pocket.
  7. Shoulder Patch – A small triangular patch of cloth showing the colour of the Six is sewn at the top of the left sleeve with the point upwards but 2cm below the shoulder seam.
  8. Belt – Cub Scouts shall wear the official Scout belt.

 

Taking Proper care of the Uniform

A Cub Scout Uniform is the pride of every Cub Scout and so you should look after it properly to make it last longer. This involves keeping it clean and neatly folded when not in use. You should wear it only on proper occassions like Parade and Flag Ceremonies. When in camp at other times, Camp dress or working clothes should be worn. Whenever a button falls off or is about to fall off immediately sew on another or fix up the falling one.