Cub Scouts should complete all of the following:
- Take part in at least one residential experience (preferably camping) with a minimum of two nights away. The two nights do not need to be consecutive.
- Explain to other Cub Scouts what activity you enjoyed most while on the residential experience and what activity you found hardest. This could be in the form of a poster, story, photographs or similar.
- Learn two new skills and use them. For example: tracking, firelighting or some basic knots.
- Take part in three new outdoor activities that you have not done before. For example: shelter building, pioneering, archery, skiing, abseiling, a wide game or kite flying.