What's happening?

 

Dear families and friends,

We have decided to start the school holidays early at Baden Powell Park.

Many families are seeking less contact with others as a way to mitigate their risk at this time.

Nothing is more important in Scouting than the welfare of our members, so there will be no section meetings or other Scouting activities until at least term two.

We will be monitoring the situation closely and will provide an update at the end of the holidays.

We are very disappointed - but we’re also excited to hear that Scouts Victoria is developing some ‘Scouting at home” kits.

Stand by for news on how we can keep doing Scout stuff despite the pandemic.

Take care.

Cheers
Mike Beadle

Group Leader 

 

Keep Informed of the week to week activities.

Our planned activities coming up are listed here on our website calendar. 

  Please check your weekly email update for

any special instructions about where, when and what to bring.

 

 

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Joeys Calendar

Joeys Helpful bits

Weekly Meetings   6 to 7pm Wednesdays 

 

Leaders

Lisa Ireland, Tess Cooper, Carleea Ould, Em Cannon, Jodie Rogut and Sarah Browning.

 

Enquiries

Lisa Ireland    0403 500 603  

E-mail    joeys@bpp.org.au

 

What does it cost?  Please click here to see current fees.

 

Where do the badges go?   Click here for the badge layout.

 

THE SCOUT PROMISE 

On my honour
I promise to do my best
To be true to my spiritual beliefs
To contribute to my community and our world 
To help other people
And to the live by the Scout Law 

 

THE SCOUT LAW

Be respectful

Do what is right

Believe in myself

Joeys Activities

Boys and girls in our Joey Scouts Mob learn to share and care for each other in a social environment.  Joey Scouts are encouraged to express themselves creatively, through games, stories and craft activities. Building monsters and spaceships from scrap items, growing plants from seedlings or singing songs together all develop a strong sense of belonging.

Joey Scouts enjoy visits to special places such as the local fire station or the zoo and visitors to their meetings create more excitement.  They learn this through adventures, craft making, taking fun trips and participating in group activities. They also learn the importance of achieving their goals by earning badges through challenges.

  

 

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