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    • Fundraising
      • We rely on our Adult Volunteers to help us fundraise, so our youth can have fun adventurous experiences – like going to a Jamboree! One ‘valuable’ activity we undertake is running a bar at Sky Stadium – here is one … Continue reading →

    • Scouts try budgeting
      • Brains we exercised by some basic arithmetic as we worked through a 12 month budgeting activity work sheet after exploring why we need to be aware of and plan for all the financial demands in our lives 😅

      • This weekend our keas took to the skies and braved some heights with the help of the lovely team at Fergs. Everyone tried something new and pushed their comfort zones to great success, resulting in fun for everyone involved! 

    • Scouts explore community and identity
      • Tonight we all brainstormed a list of things that we do in our own individual lives/families – and where our interests and values intersect – to make up the character. and values of the wider community that we live in. … Continue reading →

      • Inspired by their fish friends at the marine centre our keas took their torches and warm jackets and took to the streets for another scavenger hunt: this one to help pick up litter to stop it getting into the ocean. … Continue reading →

    • Brooklyn Community ANZAC Service 2023
      • A team of youth (with support😉) made a variety of sandwiches for the post service morning tea at the Brooklyn Community Centre. We embrace a number of opportunities during the year to support our local community. The service was held … Continue reading →

    • Keas go out in the City
      • For our first trip of the year our keas went to the annual Wellington Pride fair for some exploring, some leaning, and lots of free candy! We met people from all walks of life and the kids had a great … Continue reading →

    • Scouts medley
      • Recently we visited Karori West and played noughts and crosses (very loudly). This was a first introduction, working towards being one Troop at Jamboree. One of our scouts wanted a sewing badge; so he made one! And as part of … Continue reading →

    • Scouts make mini-pizzas
      • Scouts were all given a topping and had to trade some of what they had, for whatever they wanted and didn’t have… some interesting topping combinations resulted😬

    • Cubs finally get to camp!
      • Cub Kaiārahi don’t like wind or wet🤣, so the cub camp had to be postponed twice, before the weather cooperated! According to one Cub, the train trip to Waikanae took ‘hours’ and the walk to the campsite (a private garden) … Continue reading →

    • Fire Service visit
      • Our local Fire People visited us to show off all their gear and educate our youth about fire prevention etc. (27th Sept, 2022 – a late posting sorry!)

    • Disaster Chef – C is 4 Cookie
      • Scouts demonstrate unseen talent making toxic coloured cookies, critically judging the final products after playing snatch the keys (without being heard)! (30th August, 2022 – a late posting sorry!)

    • Brooklyn Scout Group – Update
      • Kia Ora Brooklyn Scout Group Whanau, I trust you all had an enjoyable and relaxing summer break and are ready for the year ahead. The Scout Group continues to thrive under the Group Leader Stewardship of John Morrison as we … Continue reading →

    • Making a Difference
      • A big thank you to all our fundraising volunteers – you make such a difference.  Each year Brooklyn Scouts rely upon the generosity of all our volunteers, week in week out, to deliver a challenging and successful programme for all our … Continue reading →

    • See you soon Anna
      • We wish all the best to our amazing Kea Kaiārahi, Anna who has departed for foreign shores – who could resist a ski season in Japan 😊 Take care and see you again in the New Year

    • Scavenger hunt time! 
      • To celebrate a truly awesome term of fun our keas split into their posses, donned some costumes and headed out in search of treasure! After a sad farewell to our friends aging up to cubs we rounded out the night … Continue reading →

    • Keas explore Staglands! 
      • For our term trip the Keas adventurered yonder to Upper Hutt to explore some wilderness, meet some animals and roast some marshmallows! We had an excellent time roaming around practicing our map reading and outdoor skills and finished off with … Continue reading →

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