We prepare young people in and around Warwick with skills for lifeEvery week, hundreds of young people meet at our Scout Groups and Explorer Units and develop skills they can use in the real world
Join one of the most exciting youth movements in the world by becoming part of a Scout Group, Explorer Unit or the volunteer teams in Warwick District. Being part of The Scouts means you and your young people will have the opportunity to be part of an organisation that puts adventure, life skills and fun at the centre of everything.
Our volunteers work hard to ensure that every young person in the District – regardless of their age, gender, religion or background – has the opportunity to experience their first camp, enjoy adventurous activities, explore their surroundings, learn skills and have experiences that will stay with them for the rest of their lives.
Scouting for all young people in and around WarwickOur incredible volunteers give young people of all ages the chance to learn skills they’ll use in the real world
4 to 6 year olds
Grow and learn your way through games, adventure and activities, with lots of fun along the way.
6 to 8 year olds
Make new friends and try fun new experiences, both indoors and outdoors.
8 to 10½ year olds
Learn practical life skills while having adventures with friends old and new.
10½ to 14 year olds
Build confidence, resilience, a sense of belonging, and a lifelong love of adventure.
14 to 18 year olds
Build independence, leadership and teamwork skills and embrace new experiences.
18 to 25 year olds
Try more, see more, do more. Stand on your own two feet and make memories that will last a lifetime.
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Young People FirstThe Scouts’ safeguarding and safety policy
To say your young person is important to you is the biggest understatement in the world. Their first meeting, their first overnight sleepover, their first camp away, and their first adventurous activity are all momentous occasions, and we want to make sure you feel at ease when you entrust them to us.
We make sure that every Scout in Warwick District has a safe environment in which they can experience new adventures, learn new skills and try new things. The safety of every young person in our care is our number one priority. If you’d like to find out more about our safeguarding policies and all of the things we do to keep everyone safe, you can visit the Stay Safe section of the Scouts website.