Parents Guide

Parents Committee

We are ALWAYS looking for enthusiastic parents to join our strong committee, so if you feel you could add some value please contact the Prez, Febiona Cicek on 0419 180 967 and she will let you know where you can assist.

Parents Committee Meeting Dates

You will be happy to hear there are not too many meetings;

The next meeting will be announced soon.

1st Caringbah North Scout Hall
Our Group leader, Bob Head (Badger)  is interested in hearing from any
parent wishing to enrol their child in a new Joey Mob / Cub Pack at this
hall, on Cawarra Street, next to Caringbah North Hall.
Call 9525 0245

Considered becoming a leader?

If you think this all the activities we offer young people looks good then why not enjoy it more by helping!
Scouts Australia is always in need of active adults who can support healthy programmes for young Australians. Even the the adult training programmes are fun as well as educational. Please click on the LEADER link to see how you can become involved – and experience your own personal growth!

Badges – where do they go?

First of all, if they’re a scout, they should be doing it themself, so teach them to sew and then let them loose using the following badge placement guides 🙂 :

Joey badge placement guide.

Cub badge placement guide.

Scouts badge placement guide.

Get Out Scheme badge placement Guide (those little scout badges)

Venturer Scouts badge placement guide.

Duke of Edinburgh Scheme

We actively encourage our youth members to participate in the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme. From the age of 14, they can register HERE

Parenting – helpful links

We have created this section to our website to help keep our parents informed on the latest research and advice from which we can start a discussion with our precious children . The links are intended as an information source and not necessarily the view of the Scout Association. We will upload new links as we discover them and if you find a good one, please let us know.

Sexting – insight into mobile phones with image sending capability.

Web safety – who’s chatting to our children?

Internet safety tips – how to protect our kids from the internet risks.

Cool sites – list of cool sites for our different aged youth members to enjoy.

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