Scouting Upper Hutt / Wairarapa

This site gives you an introduction to Scouting in Rimutaka Zone

Have Respect, Do What is Right, Be Positive

What do Scouts do

Scouts take part in activities as diverse as kayaking, abseiling, expeditions overseas, photography, climbing and caving.
As a Scout you can learn survival skills, first aid, be part of a stage show, or even learn how to fly a plane.
Thereís something for every young person.
Itís a great way to have fun, make friends, get outdoors, express your creativity and experience the wider world.

Scouting Youth Development policy
Scouts NZ is putting in a new Youth Development Policy
The Youth Development policy put Youth at the Centre of all we do at SCOUTS
It outlines the intention of the programme to be flexible and adaptable to individual's
personal learning ability and needs.

Scouting is open to Boys and Girls from 5 to 18
Any person that is older than that is welcome to join Scouting as a Adult Leader or a Rover (18 - 26 Year Olds)
Scouting Program is based around the following:
The Scouting program is based around a National based Program which means all Scouts within New Zealand are working on the same theme.

Term 1 2018 is Scout & about
Term 2 2018 is My Footprint
Term 3 2018 is Our world Our Future
Term 4 2018 is Points of Interest

Sections in Scouting

Keas 5 - 8 Years old  
Cubs 8 - 11 Years old  
Scouts 11 - 14 Years old  
Venturers 14 - 18 Years old
Rovers 18 - 26 Years olds

For more information about ages and Transition please see Sections

Adults in Scouting

Potential adult leaders require recommendation by the Group Committee representing the parents, local referees and a police check.
They then undergo a probationary period which includes basic training before a warrant is issued.

Scouting is based on the Scout Promise and Law / Code of Conduct.


Rimutaka Zone has a Facebook page
It is a great way to learn about past events
If you are a fan of the page then you can post comments

Around this Site

Follow the links at the top to find out more about Scouting

More Information about Scouting can be obtained by calling 0800 SCOUTS


Rimutaka Zone on Facebook

Scouting New Zealand

Scouts NZ has a Facebook page

Web site create by Brendon Millard
Page last updated 13/01/2018