INFO FOR PARENTS OF CURRENT YOUTH MEMBERS SCOUTS
FACEBOOK – is an invaluable tool for easily updated information and coming events
We have facebook pages for each youth section, you fill find there all events, photos and term programmes and forms that need to be completed for upcoming outings - its easier to see all the different layers of information if you use a PC to look at the facebook page – but whatever your device now’s the time to get to know your facebook group page – it’ll really keep you in the loop.
Join group request for your child’s section…please be aware, only parents/guardians of current youth members are allowed to be included in our closed facebook groups for safety and security purposes.
If your surname is different to your child’s surname – send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org to tell us you have sent a group request – if we don’t recognise the name, we don’t add the person.
There are lots of organisations in Australia that offer activities for young people, so why choose Scouts? Scouts Australia’s age-related progressive program is unique – no other organisation offers such a diverse variety of activities and experiences across such a broad age-range. Children and young adults aged from 6 to 25 can join at any stage of Scouting and participate in a program that encourages them to grow through adventure by experiencing new challenges, making new friends, building confidence, taking responsibility for themselves, and being provided with opportunities to explore their own abilities and interests. Perhaps the most important thing, however, is that Scouts have fun!
Scouting encourages young people to become well-rounded young adults who believe in their current abilities and future potential, who are well-equipped to face life’s challenges, who are strong leaders as well as effective team players, and who can make a constructive contribution to the community in which they live.
The Scout program is based on the wisdom of over a century of Scouting experience from around the world, combined with a dynamic and contemporary approach which ensures that the program remains engaging and relevant to today’s youth, their families, and the wider community. Emphasising peace, education and understanding, Scouting transcends all cultural, religious, racial, political, age and gender barriers. Scouts Australia also welcomes membership enquiries from those with intellectual or physical disabilities.
Buderim Scout Group is within the Beaver Masters Scout District and associated with Scouts Queensland and Scouts Australia.
Buderim Scouting Group is located in the Heart of Buderim on Lindsay Road next to the Buderim Firestation.