Beavers

Beavers
The Beaver Scout PromiseScouting differs from many organisations in that it requires its Members to make a Promise. The wording for Beaver Scouts is simpler than that of the Scout Promise, it is:I promise to do my best to be kind and helpful and to love God.By making the promise a young person becomes a Member of the worldwide Movement; they become a Scout.The Motto
The motto for all Members of the Movement is: Be Prepared.
How Beaver Scouts are organised
Beaver Scouts meet together as a Colony and work within a variety of small groups called “Lodges”. A team of adults will run the Beaver Scout Colony.

The Beaver Scout Uniform


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Beaver Scouts wear a turquoise sweatshirt, which can be purchased from local Scout clothing stockists Davensports, Monkhouses and John Lewis Cheadle. Our Group necker (green/yellow) can be purchased directly from the colony.

Investiture
Making the Promise is the most important act in Scouting and is common to every Section. Scouting has a special ceremony for making the Promise called Investiture or being invested. When a young person makes their Promise they receive their Group necker, The Membership Award and are welcomed as a new Member into the Scout family.

What do Beaver Scouts do?
Beavers take part in a wide range of activities. These include making things, singing, playing games, going out on visits, investigating nature, listening to stories, learning how to be safe and most importantly, making new friends. They do this through taking part in a programme of activities provided by the leadership team.