In Stage 2 you’ll create a regular routine for yourself, and see how what you have learned can support your community.
We've included some suggested activities for each requirement. Of course, they were designed for face-to-face Scouts, so you’ll probably need to make some tweaks. Take a look at the ‘Tips’, where we’ve put together some suggestions for how to adapt some of the common phrases you may encounter.
How to earn your badge:
Along with a responsible adult, talk to someone online about a local service or charity in your community that’s helping people affected by the spread of COVID-19.
Beavers (6-8 years) Chatty charities
Cubs (8-10½ years) Distinguishing disability
Scouts (10½-14 years) Write a letter, make a difference
Explorers (14-18 years) Vlog or blog for better mental health
Take part in one creative activity every day at home for a week.
Try one wellbeing technique that you haven’t tried before (such as meditation, mindfulness, yoga, prayer, etc) and practice it everyday for a week.
Beavers (6-8 years) Promise hands
Cubs (8-10½ years) Link up
Scouts (10½-14 years) Build a wellbeing box
Explorers (14-18 years) Wellbeing sessions
Take part in a night away at home, sleeping in a den or tent, indoors or in the garden – with someone else in your family.
Requirements can be adapted to suit each young persons abilities. See our guidance on flexibility.