On my honour, 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 Scout Law.
- A Scout is to be trusted.
- A Scout is loyal.
- A Scout is friendly and considerate.
- A Scout belongs to the worldwide family of Scouts.
- A Scout has courage in all difficulties.
- A Scout makes careful use of time and is careful of possessions and property.
- A Scout has self-respect and respect for others.
Code of Conduct
- Scouts should be mindful of the Scout Law and uphold the Scout
- Scouts should join in all activities and work as a team
within the Patrol / Troop.
- Scouts should play fair and must not cheat / spoil games.
- Leaders and Scouts should listen to each other. Scouts should be quite while waiting in the
circle - no Scout should makes a noise / mess about in quiet times e.g. when
the Leaders need to give out instructions at flag break / flag down, or while
game rules are being explained. Waiting
for an activity to start is not an excuse to gossip with your friends.
- There shall be no fighting / bullying.
- No one should make fun of anyone else because of their
colour, religion, abilities, disabilities.
- Scouts are expected to come to meetings regularly and Scouts
should call a Leader if they do not plan to attend a meeting on a specific
- Breaches of this Code of Conduct will be recorded by the
Leaders. Leaders and PLs will review
breaches and Scouts will be sent home and / or exclusion from the Troop for the
next Troop Night for serious breaches of acceptable conduct. Persistent breaches will lead to the
expulsion of offenders from the Troop.
- Full uniform shall be worn to and during every meeting
unless a Leader specifically says it is not required.