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Cub Badges & Awards

Even though the emphasis is on a Programme that is balanced with a variety of activities, there are still badges and awards for Cub Scouts to aim for during their time with the Pack. Badges and awards are given in recognition of the effort made by each young person at their own level.

membership award

The Membership Award

This Award helps the young person understand the commitment they are making when they make the Promise and become a Member of the Movement. It covers the history, traditions and practices of Scouting.

Membership Award Badge Requirements

Joining In Awards

The Joining In Awards recognise a commitment to Scouting. They celebrate Cub Scouts participating in a Balanced Programme over a period of time. They are awarded on the anniversary of the young person joining Scouting.

Joining in AwardsChallenge Awards

The Challenges complement the Balanced Programme. These have been developed to extend Cub Scouts’ skills and experience in a particular area. There are seven Challenges in the Cub Scout Section:

  • Our Adventure Challenge Award
  • Our Outdoors Challenge Award
  • Our Skills Challenge Award
  • Our World Challenge Award
  • Personal Challenge Award
  • Teamwork Challenge Award
  • Team Leader Challenge Award

Challenge Awards Requirements

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Activity Badges

Activity Badges are optional, but they provide an opportunity to reward a young person who has taken part in an activity over a period of time. They should raise interest and extend a young person’s skills throughout their time in Scouting.

There are 37 Cub Scout Activity Badges.

Activity Badges & Badge Requirements

Cub Activity Badges

Staged Activity Badges

In addition to the Cub Scout Activity Badges, there are six Activity Badges staged across all the Sections, which gives a young person the opportunity to develop an area of interest throughout their time in Scouting from 6 – 18.

There are 14 Staged Activity Badges

Staged Badges & Requirements

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Chief Scout’s Silver Award

This badge is the highest award available in the Cub Scout Section. The  Chief  Scout’s  Silver  Award  can  be  worn  on  the  Scout  Uniform  once they  move  onto  Scouts.

Chief Scout’s Silver Award Requirements

Silver Award

The Moving-On Award

This helps ease the transfer of a Cub Scout to the Scout Troop. It also allows the Cub Scout to be invested into the Troop immediately, recognising that they are already Members of the Scout Movement.

Moving On Award Requirements

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