Scouts is for young people aged between 10½ and 14 years who want to make friends and develop their widening interests in way that is both educational and fun.
Young people who want a break from the usual after school routine of homework, games and watching television. Our activities are about action and involvement and that means more than just camping.
Hiking, rock climbing, gliding, sailing, pioneering, canoeing, parascending, abseiling, putting on shows and exhibitions, motor mechanics, electronics, photography - the list is endless!
Scouts are also given the chance to learn skills in survival, cooking and first aid. There are often opportunities to go abroad as well.
Published: Wednesday, 04 May 2016 09:39
The next Chief Scout's Award and Queen's Scout Award Presentation will take place on
Friday 5th January 2018 in Craigavon Civic Centre.
Download the Application Form here. Places will be allocated first come, first served.
Published: Sunday, 10 January 2016 09:39
Before you start your Queen's Scout Award you must register your intention to complete the Award at www.scouts.org.uk/qsa
Click here to download The Queen’s Scout Award
Information for participants
September 2015 Fourth Edition
When you have completed all the requirements for your Queen's Scout Award the Certificate Request form (pages 20-22) must be completed, signed and returned to the Northern Ireland Scout Office, 109 Old Milltown Road, Belfast, BT8 7SP.
Published: Tuesday, 25 November 2014 13:01
Please click below for further information
Scout Challenge Award
Scout Challenge Award Badge Order Form
Published: Monday, 11 May 2015 15:26
The Northern Ireland Scout Council Religious Advisory Support Team has relaunced the Scout Quest Emblem Badge.
Click here to download the Scout Quest Emblem booklet.
Click here to download the Badge Order Form. Badges available from your Badge Secretary at £1.00 each.
Published: Tuesday, 23 September 2014 09:50
We are a Licensed Organisation for The Duke of Edinburgh's Award which gives all young people aged 14-24 the chance to develop skills for life and work, fulfill their potential and have a brighter future. Visit The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award website here: www.dofe.org
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award is committed to making the DofE programme available to all young people in Northern Ireland. Upon completion of their programme, young people can have a choice of Award certification: A Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Certificate, a Gaisce – The President’s Award Certificate or an International Award Certificate. Visit the dedicated page which tells you more about the Joint Award Initiative at www.DofE.org/go/jai