Presentation evening

Lots of badges awarded at this year’s presentation evening. Well done to those gaining Challenge awards, many Beavers are well on their way to their Chief Scout Bronze Award.

Beaver of the year was a difficult choice this year, but after much deliberation was awarded to Kieran for his enthusiasm and willingness to join in with everything, often putting himself way outside of his comfort zone.

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Keep going!

Well done to all the Cubs tonight (and parents!) who cycled along the Cuckoo trail. Thanks so much for the water stop – it was really needed this evening!



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Riding, riding, riding!

Great work this week towards the Cycling badge – Cubs learnt how to mend a puncture and pump up a tyre, cycled round 2 different circuits (harder than they looked!) and plotted the route we are going to cycle next week.

Looking forward to our ride along the Cuckoo trail next week.

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I like to ride my bicycle!

Today, Beavers had a great time working towards their cyclist badge! We learnt about where to cycle safely and how to ensure your bike is safe to ride. The children really enjoyed the races, even the slow race (not as easy as they thought it would be!) was a success. 

Huge thank you to Buxted school for letting us borrow their playground!

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Let’s get creative!

This week, Beavers used their finds from last week’s hunt in the woods, and egg cartons to create creatures and habitats. It was lovely sitting in the sunshine cutting, painting and gluing turtles, caterpillars and frogs. 

Have a fabulous half term holiday everyone!

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In the woods!

A rather wet and muddy one this week, but the Beavers didn’t seem to mind the rain, and enjoyed hunting in the woods for things to fill their egg boxes. The muddy puddles were fun too!

Looking forward to see what they can create with their finds next week.

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Let it grow!

This week, Beavers were learning about what plants need to grow and how they change through the seasons. We planted some beans to take home and grow on, but which will taste best – the green ones or the purple ones?

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