Cubs Leaders
Cubs FAQs
Cubs Programme

What are Cubs?

There are loads of fun things that you can do as a Cub Scout. You will get a chance to try lots of different activities like swimming, music, exploring, computing and collecting. If you do them properly you will get a badge which you can wear on your uniform.

Cub Scouts also get to go on trips and days out, to places like the zoo, theme parks or a farm. Sometimes you will be able to go camping with the rest of your Pack. This will mean you sleeping in a tent and doing loads of outdoor activities.

Meeting time

Cubs meet on Monday evenings from 18:15 to 19:30 *

Meeting Venue

Our base is Wellesbourne Bowls Club, Loxley Close *

* Unless stated differently in program summary

Our Cub Leaders

Cubs_Jo Gittings

Hathi

Name: Jo Gittings

Bio: I started volunteering in Beavers when my son started in 2017, stepping in as Beaver Leader when one of the other leaders switched up to Cubs.  My corporate event planning was put to good use in organising lots of fun activities for the group of children and we had a very varied programme.  My daughter then started in Beavers and now I help out Akela in the Cub pack.  Highlights for me are always the Camps and the memories made at GetIn2018 and GetIn2022 will be talked about for years to come.

Favourite cake: Chocolate

Cubs_Rachel Kendall

Owl

Name: Rachel Kendall

Bio: Incoming

Favourite cake: Incoming

Cubs_Squirrels_Jodie Kluniak

Rama

Name: Jodie Kluzniak

Bio: Incoming

Favourite cake: Incoming

Needed_Assistant Cub Leader

Wellesbourne Scouts

Cubs section Volunteer

Name: It could be you....

Role Description: Do you cherish your own memories of the outdoors, climbing trees, poking fires and games in the woods? Do you share a sense of camaraderie with young people aged 8-10, but also able to engage them to ensure they act responsibly and stay safe? Do you believe children need to be off their gaming machines and instead learning teamwork, developing skills-for-life and an appreciation for the world they do not get in school?

Why Hiring: Our Scout numbers are healthy and growing! Since we have been gifted access to Sherbourne Estate, the children cannot get enough of the fun and adventures at “Skip‘s Lookout”. Running safe weekly activities so that everyone gets a go requires that we divide the children into smaller working groups and to do that we need more adult hands-on help. Eagle and Wolf will burn-out and not be able to continue if we can’t parachute in regular and capable help.

You may come home on a Wednesday evening smelling of smoke and a bit muddy, but back at your desk in the office on Thursday morning it will all seem worthwhile. If camping is not your thing or you have a medical condition do not worry, we build the role with flexibility around the person and what you can do rather than what you can’t.

Favourite Cake:   Your charges are often off independently on the activity you set them on, and you seem to magically know your way to the secret cake supply.... anything can happen!

FAQs

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Expression of Interest in Joining Form

When a space is available and we get back in touch.

We are very tight on spaces available.

There is a plan for every child to progress through from Cubs to Scouts.

Cubs start at age 8 1/2 and swim up to Scouts on or around their 10th Birthday.

Cubs Detailed Program

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