Develop your sense of adventure

From getting involved in the local community to travelling on international camps, Scouts have plenty of opportunities to develop independence and a sense of adventure. We encourage Scouts to have a say in planning and developing the activities and projects they want to take part in, giving them the chance to put their team work and leadership skills into practice.

Scouting is growing because it offers opportunities that young people want to do, be it adventurous activities, international adventures or just making new friends.

Callum, volunteer

Challenges

  • International camps
  • Project planning
  • Social action
  • Leadership
  • Active adventure
  • Team work

I was proud to complete my Chief Scouts Gold Award - it was awesome thinking back on all the activities, fun times and weekends that made it all possible!

Zoe, Scout, 13

Are you a Scout Leader?

You’ll find lots of useful guidance, information and resources in our Members’ section.

Members Resources
News 07 Nov

Scouts Scotland’s first Outdoors Conference

Scouts Scotland’s first Outdoors Conference

Events

BASP Emergency First Aid Course

BASP Emergency First Aid Course
Blog 06 Nov

How to get more adventure into your programme

How to get more adventure into your programme

Events

Fordell Firs Festive Fun Day (Sat 2 December)

Fordell Firs Festive Fun Day (Sat 2 December)

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