The Queen’s Scout Award is the culmination of everything that Explorer Scouts and Scout Network members have achieved in Scouting. The Queen’s Scout Award is available for Explorer Scouts and Scout Network over the age of 16 and is the ultimate Top Award for all members of The Scout Association to achieve by the time they reach the age of 25. Completion of this award will demonstrate commitment, determination, team work, leadership and will help participants to be more adaptable, confident, resilient and learn new skills for life. All recipients receive a special invitation to Windsor Castle to participate in a parade and be inspected by a representative of Her Majesty the Queen.
The Queen’s Scout Award is available for Explorer Scouts and Scout Network over the age of 16 and is the ultimate Top Award for all members of The Scout Association to achieve by the time they reach the age of 25.
By completing the Queen’s Scout Award, a young person can also fulfil the requirements for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Gold Award.
The Queen’s Scout Award will typically require a weekly commitment over a minimum 12-month period to meet the requirements of the award. The weekly commitment will be to activities such as physical recreation, skill and volunteering. Additional commitments such as weekends will be required for expeditions and residential experiences.
The Queen’s Scout Award is recognised by the presentation of a certificate and a badge that can be worn on Scout uniform. A pin badge is also available for non-uniform occasions.
Provider: Scouts Scotland
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Budget: Free, Membership Subscription
For Ages: 16 - 24
Time to Complete: N/A
Type of Involvement:
Meeting Frequency: One week long, Weekly
Contact the Scottish King's Scout Award Co-ordinator on 01383 419073, or send an email.