Beavers, ages 6 to 8.
Activities, trips and making friends are all part of what makes Beavers so much fun for girls and boys.  As well as earning activity badges, Beavers go on sleepovers, make things, play games, go on visits, explore and care for the world around them as well as having lots of fun!
  Cubs, ages 8 to 10 1/2.
Cub Scouts enjoy new adventures while making new friends along the way. Their commitment is recognised by over thirty activity badges. As well as regular weekly meeting, Cub Scouts also enjoy activity days, weekend camps and pack holidays. Boys and girls go camping, play games, explore the outdoors and try adventurous activities such as climbing, kayaking and archery.
  Scouts, ages 10 1/2 to 14.
What don’t Scouts do? At this age, we encourage girls and boys to take responsibility for themselves and each other, with older members leading a small team. They like being with friends and participating fully in the adventure of life. In the Troop Scouts develop leadership skills, learn emergency aid, spend nights camping, help others in the community, do adventurous and sporting activities and learn survival skills.
  Explorers, ages 14 to 18.
Let’s face it, by the age of 14, most young people know what they want. Explorer Scouts therefore have a big say in what they do, while being supported by adult volunteers. Unit members try adventurous activities, help the community, go on camping expeditions, go for The Queen’s Scout Award, Duke of Edinburgh Awards and the Explorer Belt (a 10 day challenge abroad) – all recognised by universities and employers.  Many Explorers all train as young leaders – working with an experienced adult, they learn how to run activities for young people aged 6-14.