Scouting offers youngsters the amazing chance to experience fun and adventure in ways you could never think of. From ages 6 to 17, we provide individuals with a jam packed programme which combine things such as: fun and games, outdoor adventure, practical & life skills, camping with friends and much more!
Our goal as a scouting community is to bring together youngsters and help them develop into model citizens of the world. Right from the age of 6 we can begin to introduce kids to good practices and concepts which they can learn through having fun, making friends and giving the chance to express themselves.
What Does it mean to be a ‘Scout’?
To be a scout means to part of a worldwide family of 31 million people who are spread out across 216 countries and territories, but actually scouting could best be summarised as the following:
- A uniformed organisation
- Taking part in activities and work towards goals which are earned as badges
- Having fun and making new friends
- Challenging individuals to do and think better
- Pushing an individual out of their comfort zone to achieve great things
- Learning new skills
- Becoming a valuable asset
Scouting is spilt into sections by age, they are:
- Beavers – aged 6-8
- Cubs – aged 8-10 1/2
- Scouts – aged 10 1/2 – 14
- Explorers – aged 14 – 17
Our new COVID times our sections meet are shown below.
For more information on scouting visit: Scouts UK.
If your child is interested in joining 1st Coseley, you get in touch with us via our contact page here.
You can find out where we are based here.
If you’re interested in becoming an adult volunteer, please click here.