Welcome to the Cubs Section
History of Cubs
In January 1914 a pilot programme for younger boys named 'Wolf Cubs or Junior Scouts' was launched and 12 months later the section was 10,000 strong.
After a two-year trial it was time to decide what to do with the Wolf Cubs. In June 1916 the first Cubmasters Conference was held and the following month Lady Scoutmaster Vera Barclay, who established one of the first Cub packs in 1914 was appointed as Assistant Secretary - Cubs.
Momentum gathered; in October it was announced that the Wolf Cubs '...has been put on to an official standing in the Boy Scout Association'. At the end of November the Wolf Cub Handbook and Magazine were published and on 16 December a launch was held with a Wolf Cubs display at Caxton Hall, London.
Influential guests were invited to the Wolf Cubs' display. Following a speech from Baden-Powell, guests were presented with displays of Cub activities including gymnastics and 'good turns', a Grand Howl and the investiture of a new Cub.
Many of the skills the early Wolf cubs were taught are still on the programme today, including First Aid and helping around the home.
The Cub Scout Promise:
I promise that I will do my best
To do my duty to God and to the Queen
To help other people
And to keep the Cub Scout Law.
The Cub Scout Law:
Cub Scouts always do their best
Think of others before themselves
And do a good turn every day.
The Cub Scout Motto:
Cubs Virtual Scouting.
Easter, St George's Day, Clapping for our Heroes, Lego challenge, Colour competition for Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service
Virtual Museum visits, Florence Nightingale info, Bee Identification chart
VE Day Activities and celebration's, Craft activities
Camp at Home joined more than 43,000 scouters from across the world., Cube virtual camp weekend.
Earth day, Healthy lifestyle questionnaire., Virtual visits to Chester Zoo.
Badges covered, Astronomy, Book Reader, Collector, Entertainers, Gardeners, Home Help, Nights away, Recycling, Science