This week we welcomed Rachel, who came to help the Cubs earn their Athletics Badge. Those that earned that badge last year worked towards their Athletics Plus badge. After a warm up in the hall, the Cubs split into the
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This week, Beavers joined the Million Hands project, and learned about millions of children around the world who do not go to school because they have to walk several miles to get water for their family. Beavers had an opportunity
This year, 1st Tackley and Heyford Scout Group are going A Million Hands and will be working to help Water Aid. This week the Scouts kicked us off by building a tippy tap – a tap operated by a foot
Over the last couple of weeks Scouts have been busy working towards their Artists badge, designing and creating stencils for some spray art. A few weeks ago they had only used one colour. This time they were challenged to use
This week, as part of their Navigator 2 badge, Cubs set off on a night hike. They had a set of written instructions to guide them through the route, and took it in turns to tell the group which way
This week Beavers made pizzas from scratch. This recipe will make 4 thin crust pizzas. 11oz pizza and pasta flour (the village shop sells it) 1/2tsp dried yeast 170ml water 1/2 tsp salt Mix together to form a dough. Knead
As part of their Cook Badge, this week Beavers learned about healthy snacks, and when high energy snacks should be eaten (eg half time during a football match, on a long walk or a run etc). They then made some
This week, the Cubs have been completing their Navigator 1 badge and starting on Navigator 2. We learned the compass points and practised. The leaders then made it harder by using bearings instead of directions. Luckily the Cubs were quick