Kenilworth Scout District

What are Scouts?
to promote the development of young people in achieving their full potential

The Aim of The Scout Association:

- is to promote the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potentials, as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities.

The Method of achieving the Aim of the Association is by providing an enjoyable and attractive scheme of progressive training, based on the Scout Promise and Law and guided by adult Leadership.

Promise:
On my honour, I promise that I will do my best to do my duty to God and to The Queen, to help other people and to keep the Scout Law.

Law:
1. A Scout is to be trusted.
2. A Scout is loyal.
3. A Scout is friendly and considerate.
4. A Scout belongs to the world-wide family of Scouts.
5. A Scout has courage in all difficulties.
6. A Scout makes good use of time and is careful of possessions and property.
7. A Scout has self-respect and respect for others.

We are the UK's biggest mixed youth organisation. We change lives by offering 6- to 25-year-olds fun and challenging activities, unique experiences, everyday adventure and the chance to help others so that we make a positive impact in communities.

Scouts helps children and young adults reach their full potential. Scouts develop skills including teamwork, time management, leadership, initiative, planning, communication, self-motivation, cultural awareness and commitment. We help young people to get jobs, save lives and even change the world.

What do Scouts do?

Scouts take part in activities as diverse as kayaking, abseiling, expeditions overseas, photography, climbing and zorbing. As a Scout you can learn survival skills, first aid, computer programming, or even how to fly a plane. There’s something for every young person. It’s a great way to have fun, make friends, get outdoors, express your creativity and experience the wider world.

What do volunteers do?

This everyday adventure is possible thanks to our adult volunteers, who support Scouts in a wide range of roles from working directly with young people, to helping manage a Group, to being a charity Trustee. We help volunteers get the most out of their experiences at Scouts by providing opportunities for adventure, training, fun and friendship.

Our award-winning training scheme for volunteers means that adults get as much from Scouts as young people. Our approach focuses on what you want to get out of volunteering with Scouts, while respecting how much time you can offer. Over 90% of Scout volunteers say that their skills and experiences have been useful in their work or personal life.

Leek Wootton

Leek Wootton Scout Group: Beavers, Cubs

Held: Leek Wootton Village Hall

Waverley

Waverley Scout Group: Beavers, Cubs, Scouts

Held: Methodist Church

Explorer Units

Phoenix ESU and Castle Lake ESU

Held: Castle Farm

1st Kenilworth

1st Kenilworth Scout Group: Beavers, Cubs, Scouts

Held: Castle Farm

4th Kenilworth

4th Kenilworth Scout Group: Beavers, Cubs, Scouts

Held: Parochial Hall

Abbey

Abbey Scout Group: Beavers, Cubs, Scouts

Held: Castle Farm

5th Kenilworth

5th Kenilworth Scout Group: Beavers & Cubs

Held: The Cavern, St John's Church Hall