The Scout.org website uses "cookies", both internal and from third parties. Cookies are small text files placed on your end user device and help us to distinguish you from other users, to enhance your experience on scout.org. If you continue, we'll assume that you are happy to receive cookies on our website. You can change your browser's cookie settings at any time. To find out more about how we use cookies and how to manage your browser settings read our Cookies Policy.

Dialogue

Scouts Australia - Intern...

Posted 16th May 2014

How to apply directly for an International friendship with an Scouts Australian Pen-pal (Pen friend)?

A Pen-pal is one who will communicate with you from a different country using various mediums .

Read more

Recent comment

ahmad yani

surat undangan nya ka Translate

Lauinger43

Posted 12th May 2014

School Project Information

I am doing a school project on the international scouting movement, it would be great if you coul

Read more

Recent comment

View all (5)

hassan salah

الفففف مبروك Translate

Airons

Posted 4th May 2014

scouting in the world

Hi I'm from Italy and I'm 15. Translate

Read more

Recent comment

View all (5)

PRABATH RATHNAYAKA

Please send mail - prabathrathnayaka@gmail.com Translate

Nor Ain

Posted 28th Apr 2014

KELANA A DAERAH KULIM

Translate

Read more

Recent comment

View all (4)

Nor Ain

maaf ya baru kesempatan bukaknya Translate

Nor Ain

Posted 28th Apr 2014

hai semuaaa

Read more

Be the first to comment

Olusoga Sofolahan (11021)

Posted 24th Apr 2014

WORLD MALARIA DAY CELEBRATIONS - Theme: Invest in the future. Defeat malaria

 World Malaria Day, 25 April 2014 Theme: Invest in the future. Defeat malaria

Read more

Be the first to comment

Yaneth Benites

Posted 22nd Apr 2014

Día de la Tierra

La Mejor Herencia que Podemos Dejarle a Nuestros Hijos es: Amor, Conocimiento y un Planeta en el Translate

Read more

Be the first to comment

agus.pramukaciomas

Posted 18th Apr 2014

bingung

bingung juga dengan cara menggunakannya... Translate

Read more

Recent comment

sanjeewa lakmal

my school scout group Attached files:  1661701_624698084246449_202528351_n.jpg Translate

Aneta

Posted 16th Apr 2014

Get in touch

Hi! I looking for someone who wants to share with me information about your scout organization.

Read more

Recent comment

Castor_A

Hello Aneta, I’ll try to explain you how French scoutism works. In fact, I already did it for an other post so I recycle... Translate
More

Hello Aneta, I’ll try to explain you how French scoutism works. In fact, I already did it for an other post so I recycle (it’s more ecologic :D) First, you have to know that in France, there is not 1 association but more than 50!!! In France, when some don't like something, he make strike and create a new association. If you like, I could explain to you the differences between the main associations but in an other mail, it would be too long here. For the moment, I will just speak about the main association, the one which is recognized by the OMMS : "Le scoutisme français" (nearly 75000 scouts, the other big association "L'association des scouts et guide d'Europe", nearly 50000 scouts) ASSOCIATIONS : Into the "scoutisme français", theire is one association for each main religions :
• Scout et guide de France : 70 000 scouts (Catholique)
• Eclaireures et éclaireur de France : 9000 scouts (Laïc)
• Eclaireurs unionistes de France : 5000 scouts (Protestant)
• Eclaireur et Eclaireuse judaiste de France : 4000 scouts (Jewish)
• Scouts Musulman de France : 4000 scouts (Muslim) FREQUENCE OF MEETING : We meet nearly twice a month on Sunday and if the weather is good enough we try to camp a week-end in September (for the first meeting of the year), October and every month between march and June. Then we go camping during summer between 5 days (beavers) and 1 month (rovers scouts). ACTIVITIES : We generally chose a theme for 3 month and leaders scout organize activates related to those theme. Some theme example : The cooking, Robin wood, the secrets of the Viking...
During our 1 day meeting we generally start by a religious office and then we have activities adapted with the weather.
For example, during winter we have handcraft activities in our local, we do ice skate, animation in nursing house or hunt in museum.
During spring and summer, we generally play outside AGES UNITY :
• 6-8 y/o : farfadet (beavers)
• 8-11 y/o : Louveteaux (boys) / Jeanettes (girls) (cub scout)
• 12-14 y/o : Scouts (boys) / Guides (girls) (boys and girl scout)
• 15-18 y/o : Pionnier (boys) / Caravelles (girls) (rangers scout ?)
• 18-21 y/o : Compagnons (rover scout ?) ORGANIZATION : There is nearly 24 children by unity : 2x6 girls and 2x6 boys. The groups of 6 children stay and live together during 1 year. Everyone have some responsibility in this group and try to obtain badges related to his responsibilities. BADGES : There is 6 main theme of badge :
• Relation to self  Mean be a trusted person and have the courage to speak in public
• Relation to others / friends  Mean be good with family and friends
• Relationship to the world  Mean curiosity and try to be a citizen of the world
• Relation to the body  Mean make sport and try to keep a good health
• Relation to emotions  Mean be able to express his emotions
• Spirituality It would be too long to give you example of things we can do for each age and theme badge but is you ask for, I can develop some examples UNIFORM : Few years ago, a great French fashion designer, Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, create the new French scout uniform. French scout uniform is compound by a shirt and a scarf/foulard. There is one color of shirt by age :
• 6-8 y/o : Apple green
• 8-11 y/o : Orange
• 12-14 y/o : Blue
• 15-18 y/o : Red
• 18-21 y/o : Dark green
• Administratif : Purple For the scraf, each group chose the colors when they are create I hope that I answer some of your questions and I remain at your disposal (my email is : cevel_yor@msn.com ) l if you need more information for example about :
• The differences between all the associations
• The way to obtain badges
• Example of activities
Hello Aneta, I’ll try to explain you how French scoutism works. In fact, I already did it for an other post so I recycle (it’s more ecologic :D) First, you have to know that in France, there is not 1 association but more than 50!!! In France, when some don't like something, he make strike and create a new association. If you like, I could explain to you the differences between the main associations but in an other mail, it would be too long here. For the moment, I will just speak about the main association, the one which is recognized by the OMMS : "Le scoutisme français" (nearly 75000 scouts, the other big association "L'association des scouts et guide d'Europe", nearly 50000 scouts) ASSOCIATIONS : Into the "scoutisme français", theire is one association for each main religions :
• Scout et guide de France : 70 000 scouts (Catholique)
• Eclaireures et éclaireur de France : 9000 scouts (Laïc)
• Eclaireurs unionistes de France : 5000 scouts (Protestant)
• Eclaireur et Eclaireuse judaiste de France : 4000 scouts (Jewish)
• Scouts Musulman de France : 4000 scouts (Muslim) FREQUENCE OF MEETING : We meet nearly twice a month on Sunday and if the weather is good enough we try to camp a week-end in September (for the first meeting of the year), October and every month between march and June. Then we go camping during summer between 5 days (beavers) and 1 month (rovers scouts). ACTIVITIES : We generally chose a theme for 3 month and leaders scout organize activates related to those theme. Some theme example : The cooking, Robin wood, the secrets of the Viking...
During our 1 day meeting we generally start by a religious office and then we have activities adapted with the weather.
For example, during winter we have handcraft activities in our local, we do ice skate, animation in nursing house or hunt in museum.
During spring and summer, we generally play outside AGES UNITY :
• 6-8 y/o : farfadet (beavers)
• 8-11 y/o : Louveteaux (boys) / Jeanettes (girls) (cub scout)
• 12-14 y/o : Scouts (boys) / Guides (girls) (boys and girl scout)
• 15-18 y/o : Pionnier (boys) / Caravelles (girls) (rangers scout ?)
• 18-21 y/o : Compagnons (rover scout ?) ORGANIZATION : There is nearly 24 children by unity : 2x6 girls and 2x6 boys. The groups of 6 children stay and live together during 1 year. Everyone have some responsibility in this group and try to obtain badges related to his responsibilities. BADGES : There is 6 main theme of badge :
• Relation to self  Mean be a trusted person and have the courage to speak in public
• Relation to others / friends  Mean be good with family and friends
• Relationship to the world  Mean curiosity and try to be a citizen of the world
• Relation to the body  Mean make sport and try to keep a good health
• Relation to emotions  Mean be able to express his emotions
• Spirituality It would be too long to give you example of things we can do for each age and theme badge but is you ask for, I can develop some examples UNIFORM : Few years ago, a great French fashion designer, Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, create the new French scout uniform. French scout uniform is compound by a shirt and a scarf/foulard. There is one color of shirt by age :
• 6-8 y/o : Apple green
• 8-11 y/o : Orange
• 12-14 y/o : Blue
• 15-18 y/o : Red
• 18-21 y/o : Dark green
• Administratif : Purple For the scraf, each group chose the colors when they are create I hope that I answer some of your questions and I remain at your disposal (my email is : cevel_yor@msn.com ) l if you need more information for example about :
• The differences between all the associations
• The way to obtain badges
• Example of activities
• Sea scout
• Other Best regard
Translate

Pages