Top Awards

There are a number of top awards in the Scout movement, these awards require a high level of effort.

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The Chief Scout’s Bronze Award is the highest award in the Beaver section and is awarded to a Beaver Scout (aged 6-8 years old) after they have completed all six of the Beaver Scout challenge awards as well four activity badges or staged activity badges.

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The Chief Scout’s Silver Award is the highest award in the Cub section and is awarded to a Cub Scout (aged 8-10½ years old) after they have completed all seven of the Cub Scout challenge awards as well six activity badges or staged activity badges.

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The Chief Scout’s Gold Award is the highest award in the Scout section and is awarded to a Scout (aged 10½-14 years old) after they have completed all nine of the Scout challenge awards as well six activity badges or staged activity badges.

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The Chief Scout’s Platinum Award is open to any member of the Scout movement who is aged 14-18 years old. This award can be completed by gaining the Bronze Duke of Edinburgh’s Award or completing the four Platinum challenges which consists of activities in the physical, skills, volunteering, and expedition sectors. The award also requires you to complete six nights away as part of the Scout movement and two activities from the International, Community and Values (ICV) list.

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The Chief Scout’s Diamond Award is open to any member of the Scout movement who is aged 15-25 years old. This award can be completed by gaining the Silver Duke of Edinburgh’s Award or completing the four Diamond challenges which consists of activities in the physical, skills, volunteering, and expedition sectors. The award also requires you to complete twelve nights away as part of the Scout movement and four activities from the International, Community and Values (ICV) list.

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The Queen’s Scout Award is the highest award in the Scout movement and only a small number of people have gained this award. The award is open to any member of the Scout movement who is aged 16-25 years old. This award can be completed by gaining the Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award or completing the five Queen’s Scout challenges which consists of activities in the physical, skills, volunteering, expedition and residential sectors. The award also requires you to complete eighteen nights away as part of the Scout movement and six activities from the International, Community and Values (ICV) list. In addition to this you must make a presentation to a suitable audience.

1st St Lawrence Scout Group have six Queen’s Scouts:

Shem Horsefield
Nirav Patel
Adam Topping
James Topping
Karina McMaster
Darcey Holmes