6th Bridlington Beaver Scouts
6th Bridlington Beaver Scouts – Not meeting at the present time
The 6th Bridlington Beavers meet every Tuesday Evening from 5.45 – 7.00 p.m. at The Church Hall, St John’s Burlington Methodist Church.
Promise & Call
The important underlying values of Scouting are surmised in the Beaver Promise and Law. Each member ‘agrees’ to these values when they are ‘Invested’.
The Beaver Promise– I promise that I will do my best
To be kind and helpful
And to love God (alternative: to love our World)
The Beaver Scout Leader (Sharon Taylor email: email@example.com) has overall responsibility for the Beaver Pack and the activities which members take part in. The services of others may be sought for instruction in particular activities such as First Aid, Canoeing etc. The Beaver Scout leader delegates responsibilities to Assistant Leaders (Paul Wilcockson, Ian Taylor and Helen Palmer) and helpers. Older Scouts may be asked to help at times as well.
Beavers has its own team of leaders and they are run independently, although there are close links with all the sections in the Group. If you would like more details please contact sharon Taylor on the email address above.
Badges & Awards
Beaver Scouts will work towards many badges during their time in the Pack. A Beaver may begin working towards badges as soon as they first come to the Pack. Badges will not be worn until they are invested, and then they will be worn on the uniform. The various badges will involve work at the weekly meeting, sometimes work at special events, and also a certain amount of work to be completed at home. If your child wishes to undertake any of the badge work, please discuss it with a leader.
We organise and implement a whole range of activities in order for the Beavers to gain their badges. The activities were : COASTGUARD STATION, LIFEBOAT STATION, HEADLANDS OBSERVATORY, FIRE STATION, HISTORIAN FROM SEWERBY HALL, LEAF PEOPLE, MAKING MODELS, FUNDRAISING AND MAKING POPPY POSTERS, LEAF RUBBINGS, WHEELCHAIR AWARENESS TRAINING.