Terms used in Scouting


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Scout

Youth (boy or girl) member aged from eleven to seventeen years of age.

IF USED as "SCOUT": (Capital letters) this then includes Meetkats, Cubs, Scouts and Rovers both male and female.


Scout Board

The Scout Governing Board, as defined in SSA Constitution.


Scout Group Leader

The SGL is the warranted Scouter responsible for leading the Group. In the absence of a person holding a Warrant as SGL, the role is filled by a SCOUTER in the Group, approved by the DC.


Scout Programme

The structured and incremental programme of activities defined for the Scout members of SSA, as defined in the Scout Trail.


Scout Troop

The unit in a Group representing the Scout Branch.


SCOUTER

(Capital letters). Any person who holds a Warrant.


Senior Scouter

Refers to the Unit Leaders in each Group that will be part of the Group Committee.


SGL

Scout Group Leader

The SGL is the Scouter responsible for leading the Group. In the absence of a person holding a Warrant as SGL, the role is filled by a SCOUTER in the Group, approved by the DC.


Six

A group of at least three and up to six cubs, who work together in the Pack.


Sixer

A Sixer is a Cub appointed by the PS to lead a Six of Cubs.



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