March 12, 2016

Rover Scout Page

Rover Scouts is for young males and females aged 18 to their 26th Birthday who love socialising, challenging themselves, and seizing once-in-a-lifetime opportunities!

What do Rovers do?

Joining a Rover scout group ensures that all young adults are not isolated after completing school. Rovers get out and experience life and make new friends. A Rover Scout program is individually suited to each member and the group is responsible for each activity or project organised. A Rover Scout program can include:

  • Attending balls, dances
  • Bushwalking
  • Scuba diving
  • Expeditions
  • Gain management and leadership skills
  • Organise community events
  • Mentorship

Rover Scout Meetings

There are no Rover Scout Crews at Glenore Grove Scout Group. We have one Rover who has joined another Crew. Rover Scouts Crews  sets their own program and meet weekly. meet weekly.

The Scout Promise

On my honour, I promise that I will do my best: to do my duty to my God, and to (the Queen of) Australia, to help other people, and to live by the Cub Scout Law.

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On my honour, I promise that I will do my best: to my duty to my God, and to Australia, to help other people and to live by the Scout Law.

The Scout Law

  • A Scout is trustworthy
  • A Scout is loyal
  • A Scout is helpful
  • A Scout is friendly
  • A Scout is cheerful
  • A Scout is considerate
  • A Scout is thrifty
  • A Scout is courageous
  • A Scout is respectful
  • A Scout cares for the environment

The Australian Rover Scout Award Scheme

The Rover Scout Award Scheme is all about personal growth and how you challenge yourself in personal development and service to your community. The Rover Scout Award Scheme, is designed engage members with the Aims of Scouting and the Scout Method.

The Baden-Powell Scout Award is not compulsory however it provides recognition for the development of each member and crew.

The Baden-Powell Scout Award, recognises achievements of each member in a Rover Crew.

The Rover Scout Award Scheme consists of:

  • Squire Training (through the achievement of the Squire Training Badge)
  • The St George Award, recognising that a Rover Scout has achieved the fundamentals of quality Rovering
  • The Project Badges – Community Development and Personal Growth
  • A personal reflection interview
  • And at the completion of the above elements:
    • The Baden-Powell Scout Award

Primary Rover Scout Badges

The choice of undertaking the Rover Scout Award Scheme is entirely up to the individual Rover Scout. It is designed to encourage Rover Scouts to participate in a wide range of activities. The factors which must be measured are the challenge, experience, effort and goals attained.

Community Development Badge Community Development Badge

Personal Growth Badge Personal Growth Badge

St George Award  St George Award

The Baden-Powell Scout Award The Baden-Powell Scout Award

Progress Badges

The ultimate goal in the Rover Scout Award Scheme is to complete the Baden-Powell Scout Award. The first stage in the journey is the St George Award.

Progress along the journey is marked by a series of four progress badges comprising of the:

Squire Training Badge

Rover Skills Badge

Physical Badge

Service Badge

Rover Scouts Badge Placement

 

More information

For more information on Glenore Grove Rover Scouts contact our Group Leader by phone or email. For more detailed information on Rover Scout Award Scheme or Scouting in Queensland visit www.scoutsqld.com.au or phone 1800 SCOUTS (1800 726 887).