BEING A SCOUT MEANS: TAKING RESPONSIBILITY, HAVING FUN, HAVING ADVENTURES TOGETHER, DEVELOPING, TECHNIQUES, NATURE, RESPECT, TOLERANCE, LEARNING AND DEVELOPING NEW SKILLS.
Scouts and guides live together with their friends in a patrol that is comprised of 6-8 boys and girls. In the patrol it is all about taking initiative, being creative and working together.
Scouts are always prepared, try to do their best, take responsibility with regards to themselves and their fellow human beings, and, together with other Scouts, work for a better world.
Learning about and respecting nature, and developing through “Learning by Doing” are very important aspects of being a Scout. We experience them in the patrol, in the troop, on the national level and even on the international level.
Meetings, excursions, weekends, camps, CAMPING, Jamboree on the Air and on the INTERNET, techniques, fire, abseiling, adventure, hiking, sports, culture, photos, reporter, water activities, trust, games, camp fire, singing, quizzes, city games, Bonne Action and many more make up our programme.