The Stirling 4th/6th Scout Group is always looking for new leaders, assistant leader and Sectional Assistants in Beavers, Cubs or Scouts and Scouts).   Our sections meet every Friday evening in school term times at Park Church, Park Terrace in Stirling.
All leaders must be over 18 years old and enjoy working with children and young people.   For Cubs and Scouts it is an advantage if you have an interest in the outdoors.   For Beavers it helps if you like craft work and games.   Anyone interested in becoming a leader or assistant would be supported by our excellent leadership team and receive training to fill in the gaps in their knowledge.   As well as helping our young people learn new skills and have fun, our leaders enjoy the satisfaction of seeing them flourish and they benefit from personal development as they become more confident and skilled in working with the young people in their charge.   If you have a child in Scouting then their membership subscription payments are reduced by 50% in recognition that you are giving up your time to help run the group.

Beaver Leader/Assistant Beaver Leader

In this role you would plan the delivery of a balanced programme around craft work, games and a range of badges for the Beavers.  
Cub/Scout Leaders
In this role you would plan the delivery of a balanced programme and work towards a range of badges for the Cubs.  You would have guidance on how to go about this and would be provided with ideas for appropriate activities where required.   The main qualification for this role is your enthusiasm and interest in giving children the opportunity to participate in Scouting.   You would have the help of assistant leaders.
Assistant Cub/Scout Leaders
This role involves helping the leader plan the programme and deliver the activities.   You may also stand in for the leader on occasions if the leader is unable to attend a session.
Sectional Assistant – Beavers, Cubs and Scouts
Sectional Assistants are adult volunteers who assist the Leaders and Assistant Leaders in delivering the programme to young people in Scouting.
If you would like to find out more about these roles please contact Jane MacPherson our Group Scout Leader.   Her email is :themacphersonfamily6@gmaiil.com and her mobile number is 07792 827584
Community Impact
The impact of Scouting on our young people is significant.   In a time when our children are increasingly reliant on social media and withdrawing from face to face contact and physical activity, scouting helps restore a balance.   It connects children and young people  from different backgrounds and provides the opportunity for safe adventures.   It is one of the ways to challenge the mental and physical health crisis looming for our youth.



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