Several members of Hessle Scout Group took part in the East Riding of Yorkshire County Legal Service – which marks the end of Jacky Bowes year in office as High Sheriff. Jacky asked for members of Humberside Scouts to be represented in recognition of the work they had done in achieving the White Ribbon Badge….
Explorers met at North Ferriby and had a team timed hike back to Hessle. Once back at Hessle Foreshore they each received a bag containing 2 sausages, 2 matches and a piece of paper with instructions on it. “Make a fire using your matches and cook your sausages. Make sure the sausages are cooked before…
Young people at Hessle Scout Group love a sleepover at The Deep, and Beavers, Arapaho and Cherokee Cubs had a fabulous time as usual. A tour of The Deep interspersed with making badges and bags, and sleeping at the side of the tanks – a perfect evening.
We tested the knowledge of Cherokee Cubs, to see if they understand which bins to put their rubbish in as part of the Global Issues Activity Badge. Lots of learning needed! Did you know we recycle, reuse and reduce many things at the Scout Den. Printer cartridges and mobile phones can be recycled to raise…
The oldest Cherokee Cubs have started working towards their Level 3 Emergency Aid badge. They have practiced bandaging each other whilst learning about stopping major bleeding, they recapped their knowledge of calling 999, and talked about treating shock, burns and scalds.
Explorers took part in an incident hike. During the night hike leaders added first aid scenarios to challenge the teams, this included casualty evaluation.
Congratulations to Explorers Connor, David and Spencer on receiving their Diamond Chief Scout Award. All three recently completed their Silver Duke of Edinburgh Award which contributes towards this.
It doesn’t matter if it is sunny and warm or dark and cold, Explorers enjoy spending time outdoors, this time with a night climb at Raywell Park.
It’s been a term of lots of new faces, as we invested several new young people into our colony.
Arapaho Cubs braved the freezing weather and worked together in their new sixes to build shelters big enough for their whole six.
Arapaho had great fun on their winter camp! They competed as groups during taskmaster and tomahawk throwing, made music with ‘Musical Tom’, created clay tree faces and sang songs around the campfire.
Explorers started the term with some games and challenges.
Arapaho Cubs visited the Guru Nanak Gurdwara to learn all about Sikhism. Followed by a delicious curry for langar.
Following on from their visit to Brough Observatory Cherokee Cubs made their own models of the solar system, and with teamwork completed some space themed games.
Cherokee Cubs started working towards their Astronomer badge with a visit to Brough Observatory. A fascinating evening with lots of facts and information about stars and planets, and we even got to see the moon through the telescope. Big thanks to Brough Astronomy for sharing their knowledge with us.
Apache and Navajo Scouts joined together for an evening at Hull Arena, perfecting their ice skating skills.
For the last week of term, Explorers took on the challenge of Rock Up, improving their climbing and balance skills!
Beavers completed the autumn term with a bounce at Gravity. Congratulations to Joshua, Lizzie and Michael who were presented with their Chief Scout Bronze Awards.
Cherokee Cubs completed the autumn term with some fun and teamwork whilst ten pin bowling. At the end of the evening Amelie and Rosie were presented with their Chief Scout Silver awards. We also waved farewell to Amelie as she moves up to Scouts.
Beavers completed two activities towards the ‘Put the Out in Scout’ badge by having a BBQ in December where they cooked sausages and popcorn on a fire. They also helped to nurture nature by understanding which Christmas dinner leftovers they can put out for the birds by making a bird feeder. We completed the evening…
Thank you to everyone that joined the All Saints Church Christingle Service, and well done to the young people who read the poem during the service. Through the collection at the service and all our candles we filled with coins, a total of £327.48 was raised for The Children’s Society.
You may remember earlier this year we held some book sales, which many of you supported. The school where Keeo works were using a new reading book scheme, and wanted their old books to go to a new home. The college where TicTac works regularly raise money for schools in Sierra Leone, so we linked…
Navajo Scouts spent an evening focussing their sharp shooting skills on the rifle range, before camping out for the night, despite it being the end of November. On this occasion, camp cooking wasn’t required as they had pizzas delivered!
As part of their World Challenge and World Faiths badges, Cherokee Cubs visited the Guru Nanak Gurdwara Sikh Centre. Kam gave a very informative talk about the centre, what’s inside it and how it’s used for worship. She also explained to us how they put their faith, Sikhism, into practice. We then joined together for…
Explorers enjoyed an evening at Raywell Park, squeezing their way around the Cavebus!
Beavers took part in the Humberside Scout White Ribbon activities. The thought about ways in which we can use our hands to be kind to others, and also ways that we shouldn’t use our hands to be unkind. We were then creative with a white ribbon and hands. At the end of our meeting we…
Apache Scouts welcomed Sensei Tony Grainger and Sensei Scott Clark from Hull Shukokai Karate to demonstrate and lead in the history and basics of Martial Arts. The Scouts started with a good warm up before Sensei Tony and Scott demonstrated some simple moves before getting the Scouts involved, the session finished with the Scouts being…
Cherokee Cubs worked towards the Humberside Scouts White Ribbon badge. They made hands that contained words that described each other, that make each person special and unique. The hands were then linked together in a collage shaped like the ribbon and is displayed in our scout den as a reminder to all. Cubs then all…
Cherokee Cubs took part in Parliament Week #UKPW. They learnt about the restoration of the Elizabeth Tower and completed pictures of the tower thinking about how it was restored. The ‘voted with their feet’ around many diverse topics such as passing a test to own a dog, all new housing having solar panels and children…
Thank you to Jennie for assisting Cherokee with their Scientist Activity badge. Over two weeks Cubs experimented with agar to see how germs grew, built skeleton bridges, ph tested different fluids, made lava lamps, assembled skeletons, tested non-newtonian fluid and grew crystals.
Well done to everyone that took part in the Remembrance Sunday parade and service. You were all a credit to Hessle Scout Group.
Explorers had a games night, and also took time to assist in putting up the poppy displays in All Saints Church.
Beavers learnt all about bonfire and firework safety. They produced pictures to display in the scout den to remind others what to do, and then got to try some sparklers.
Cherokee Cubs spent a weekend at Raywell. They explored in the dark, carved pumpkins, tried their hand at shooting, made masks, built a zipwire, played bingo and tug of war, sang around the campfire, made bobbing arrows, toilet roll mummies and ate dangling donuts. During the weekend they also cooked all their meals, working towards…
Several young people moved up from Beavers at the end of the last half term. They have now re-made their promise as a Cub, with Zach and Ben joining Cherokee and Freddie joining Arapaho.
Congratulations to Ben, Freddie, Jesse and Zachary on achieving their Chief Scout Bronze Award. They were presented to them by our GSL Charlotte, and we then waved farewell to them as they started their swim up the river to Cubs.
This term we have invested three new Beavers. We hope they enjoy their fun and adventures with us.
Arapaho Cubs spent the evening at Humber Rescue to learn more about the important work that the team do as volunteers. The Cubs were also able to have a look around the different boats and equipment they use, and ask questions about how it all works.
Explorers and their leaders enjoyed an evening at Big Fun with Elloughton-cum-Brough Explorers. You’re never too old for a soft play adventure!
Cherokee Cubs are working towards their Home Help badge this term, but decided to help our local community too. Cubs swept, dusted and polished every wooden surface in All Saints Church, as well as cleaning the brasses, ironing a tea towel and their neckers and sewing a badge on their uniform.
Arapho Cubs met at Calvert Lane fire station where they were given a tour of the station as well as learning more about the different fire appliances they use. They then finished the night by learning about fire safety. This visit allowed them to work towards their Fire Safety activity badge.
The Wolds Challenge is a one day hiking competition for Scouts and Explorers. The event is a test of navigation, route finding and team work, as well as a walking challenge and Explorers walk approximately 17 miles. Thirteen teams took part in the Explorer competition and Hessle Explorers entered two teams into the event this year. Hessle 1…
The Wolds Challenge is a one day hiking competition for Scouts and Explorers. The event is a test of navigation, route finding and team work, as well as a walking challenge. Scouts walk approximately 12 miles. Thirty four teams took part in the Scout competition, several of which were supported by a leader to gain experience. Apache Scouts…
Cherokee Cubs have been working towards their Photographer badge, producing animations using lego, understanding how to use different cameras, and having fun with a green screen.
Congratulations to three of our Explorer Scouts, Connor, David and Spencer, who recently achieved their Silver Duke of Edinburgh Award.
Arapaho Cubs spent the evening on Hessle Foreshore, to cook soup and dampers over fires they’d lit themselves. They also got to meet some of the Scout Leaders from Navajo and Apache Scout Troops
Beavers completed their Money Skills Activity badge, looking at coins, designing their own currency, and completing some sums with coin rubbing. They were also challenged to stack the flowerpots!
Navajo Scouts were set a challenge to see who could build the largest freestanding tower using only spaghetti and marshmallows.
Thank you to everyone for their contributions towards All Saints Church Harvest Festival. All the food collected will be distributed to those in need via the local food bank. Well done to the Cubs and Scouts who did the readings and prayers at the service.
Beavers have been working towards their experiment badge this term. They explored chromatography, non-Newtonian fluid and made apple volcanos and lava lamps. Big thanks to Beaver Mum and Science teacher Jennie for organising for us.