Scouts Scotlands MSYP Molly explains how achieving awards through Scouting has h...
6 - 8 year olds
8 - 10 1/2 - year olds
10 1/2 - 14 year olds
14 - 18 year olds
18 - 25 year olds
Scout Active Support allows people to give their time to Scouting on a flexible basis.
This interactive PDF allows to you save and chart your progress through the Adult Training modules.
Info on the Adventurous Activity Permit Scheme
Badges and awards for Scottish Scouts
Support for disabilities and additional needs
Support for Global Activites
Support for Duke of Edinburgh Award
Resources to celebrate the legacy of the Commonwealth Games in 2014.
Information on how Scouting helps young people achieve both in school and out.
The Scottish Development Fund exists to provide financial support to Scouting projects across Scotland
The CashBack for Communities Small Grants Scheme offers funding of up to £2000 to increase the provision of positive activities available to young people through local youth groups.
Details on our Adult Training.
Find out more about our policies.
Support and information for Office Bearers.
Documents of The Scottish Council.
By virtue of what we do everyday in Scouting, we are developing!
Scottish Headquarters has materials and expertise to help you recruit additional adult volunteers to grow Scouting in your area.
Applications are now open to take part in the 15th World Scout Moot to be held in Iceland in 2017.
Scouting is all about fun with a purpose.
Exciting and challenging activities for boys & girls from 6 to 25.
Scouts learn by doing, thinking in teams, and becoming confident in thinking for themselves.
Choose a role that suits your interests and lifestyle with full support and development.
Our three National Activity Centres offer challenge, learning and adventure in the great outdoors.
Funding opportunities for developing your group, district or region.
A continuous progression of training, activities, badges and awards.
Full support and training for the most rewarding adventure of all.
Scouts Scotland's MSYP Molly explains how achieving awards through Scouting has helped her develop as a person, and why colleges and universities should take note. read more
Scouts Scotland is delighted to welcome two new members to the team. read more
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Christine Linton as Scottish Headquarters Safe Scouting Adviser with effect from 1 June 2016. read more
Whether you are a Network Member, parent of a child in Scouting, or someone who
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Home of the Scottish Scout Headquarters and is situated in Fife, just outside Dunfermline
covering 48 acres with a wide range of activities.
Set in the West Highlands, the Lochgoilhead Centre offers water and land activities as part of a complete adventure package.
Set in Perthshire, the Meggernie Centre offers a great range of activities along
with self-catered indoor accommodation or camping.