Beavers are our youngest members, and generally meet for an hour per week. They enjoy all that Scouting has to offer; being introduced to outdoor activities, having the opportunity to be creative, explore their local community and experience the excitement of a Beaver Scout Sleepover with their friends.
The Beaver Colony is the first and youngest section of the Scout Group. Beaver Scouts are young people aged between 6 and 8 years old. There is flexibility in the age range: young people can join from age 5¾, and can move to Cubs between age 7½ and 8½.
If you are interest in joining in on the fun, then come along to one of the weekly meets, or contact our (GSL) Group Scout Leader :
Chick Taylor : email@example.com or;
Complete and submit the form on the attached link for St Albans District Scouting [here]
Registered charity number: 302554
Check out the Badges and Awards our Beavers can Achieve.
Animal Friend Activity Badge
Here are some ideal activities for all the young Beavers to get involved in, thanks to the Woodland Trust “Nature Detectives”
Plan them round the Animal Friend Activity Badge.
- Bird Identification
- Beetle Identification
- Leaf Identification
- Mammal Identification
- Fungi Identification
- Twig Identification
Experiment Activity Badge
How to earn your badge
1. Do three experiments. Talk to your leader about trying these:
- white light spinners
- magnetism fun
- making a ketchup packet sink on command
- experiment with oil
- volcano eruption
- sodium bicarbonate and vinegar
- growing cress
Before you try them, what do you think might happen?
2. After you do your experiments, tell other Beavers what you saw and discovered. Try to explain why it happened.