Breaking the Cycle

Breaking the Cycle Within The Badge & Award Scheme

Introduction to Cub Scouts / Link Badge

As part of initial membership requirements:

  1. Chat with your CSL why Cub Scouts look after each other and what behaviour is expected of you and what you can expect of others.
  2. Your leader will talk to you about your Cub Scout code and how his relates to your Law and Promise

Information for Cub Scout Leaders

  • Introduce the Cub Scout to the motto of Helping other People and not allowing bullying or harassment in scouting.
  • Use the Cub Scout Leader Booklet on the BTC web this has helpful information that will assist you – btc.scouts.com.au
  • The CSL should discuss the Pack Code and indicate what Cub Scouts can do if they feel they are being bullied.

Bronze Boomerang – Promise and Law (last topic)

  1. Talk with your leader about why bullying is not acceptable at Cub Scouts and discuss the pack code
  2. Contribute to the annual review of Pack Code and sign

Silver Boomerang – Promise and Law (last topic)

  1. Organise a game, activity, or multi media presentation that demonstrates how Cub Scouts look after each other and don’t bully
  2. Contribute to the annual review of Pack Code and sign. Discuss as a Six or pack your current Pack Code

Gold Boomerang – Promise and Law (last topic)

  1. Lead a game or activity that demonstrates how Cub Scouts look after each other and don’t bully
  2. Discuss as a Six or pack your current Pack Code
  3. Contribute to annual review of Pack Code and sign

Information for Cub Scout Leaders

  • Refer to the resources on the Cub Scout section at btc.scouts.com.au; some of these areas could be used when discussing bullying.
  • Develop your Cub Scout Code and display in your hall. Download the template in the Leader Booklet from the Breaking the Cycle website section Badge and Award Scheme this will assist you to complete this task
  • You will also find games and activities that will assist you at btc.scouts.com.au