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Beliefs and Attitudes zone in the Cub Programme

The Beliefs and Attitudes zone helps Cub Scouts explore and develop Scouting values, personal attitudes and beliefs.

Cubs have a natural curiosity about other people and easily make new friends at this age. You can harness this goodwill and encourage tolerance by helping them understand and respect others beliefs and attitudes which differ from their own.

This zone also covers some practical ideas on how to bring the Promise and Law into everyday life.

This zone is important to give young Cubs a greater understanding of the faiths and religions of the world. It allows Cub Scouts to start building a closer relationship with people in the community.

By actively helping the Cub Scouts to explore a wider range of beliefs and attitudes you can help them to:

The Promise Challenge links with the Beliefs and Attitudes Zone and Cubs are encouraged to select four of ten areas to show how they contribute to the life of the Pack.

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