4th Oxford Cubs
Cubs meet on Mondays 6:30-8:00pm For children aged 8-11
If you are interested in joining the 4th Oxford Cubs please email email@example.com or come along to our weekly Cub meetings to see what we do.
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:
Please email Cub Scout Leader via firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out more about the Cub Uniform HERE
Our Cub Section is currently full. If you have a young person who is keen to start Cubs please contact 15th Oxford Cubs which meets on Fridays or 24th Abington Cubs (Dry Sandford) who also meet on Mondays.
Space for your Young Person
If your young person is aged between 8 and 10.5 cubs runs on a Monday evening at 6:30pm. We don’t charge anything for trying out Cubs. Once your young person makes their promise and joins properly there is a charge of £20 per 6-week term.
4th Oxford Cubs
We really enjoyed the special 100th birthday events of 2016 but since then we’ve also been very busy!
Our Spring term included lots of badge work. We took part in the great scrapheap challenge where about 120 Cubs were read a story and then had to create something from the story from junk modelling. We also spent a night sleeping inside Oxford Castle with several groups form the rest of the district.
We are looking forward to the rest of 2017
More about Cubs: (from the Scout website)
‘The best part of Scouting is definitely the camps. I love every activity we do apart from swimming. They told us the pool was 24 degrees centigrade. Minus 24 more like!’ Scouting is one of the great success stories of the last 100 years. From an experimental camp for 20 boys on Brownsea island in 1907, it has spread to 216 countries and territories, with an estimated 28 million members. Cubs is the second section of the Scouting movement, originally started in 1916 for younger brothers who wanted a ‘look-in’. In nearly a century, the section has constantly evolved and adapted its programme and methods to meet the changing needs of each generation of young people, and these days admits girls as well as boys.
We made our own promotional video…
We use Online Scout Manager to communicate with parents. It allows us to send information to parents, to share our weekly program and also to collect our termly subs.
What do Cubs really think?