Rolls-Royce supports our Cub Scientist and Scout Scientist Activity Badges.
Rolls-Royce is a dedicated long-term supporter of The Scouts, partnering with us to inspire our members in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
Having supported the Cub Scientist Badge for many years, they are going a step further by partnering our brand new Scout Scientist Badge.
Rolls-Royce will provide a range of resources to help Cubs and Scouts discover the science that makes the world work. We will co-create activity ideas that are relevant and engaging, giving Cubs and Scouts the opportunity to explore STEM in ways that are creative and off the beaten track.
Badge and resources
As our partner for the Cub Scientist and Scout Scientist Activity Badges, with Rolls-Royce, everyone between 8-14 years old can now explore the STEM subjects that make the world go round!
Check out our amazing activities on the Programme Planning Tool by clicking on the links below the badge images, or get stuck into the downloadable packs below.
Adapt these activities to try out at home
Check out Rolls-Royce activity features from previous editions of Make.Do.Share. below:
Rolls Royce Badges at Scout StoreGet your badges
Rolls-Royce Civil Engineer Ying Wan Loh demonstrates our Cubs Scientist activity, Tower Building.
Rolls-Royce pioneers cutting-edge technologies that deliver the cleanest, safest and most competitive solutions to meet our planet’s vital power needs.
Throughout their history, Rolls-Royce have set out to achieve extraordinary goals and shape the world we live in. They have developed ground-breaking technologies, from founding expertise in internal combustion engines to providing the world’s most powerful and efficient aero-engines.
Their ambition is to be the world’s leading industrial technology company and support the move to a low carbon global economy.
Every Rolls-Royce product is the result of careful scientific, technological and mathematical thinking - combined with a whole lot of engineering genius and a touch of artistry. Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths (STEM) are at the heart of everything they do.
That’s why they’re working with tomorrow’s scientists and engineers, showing them what happens when you take STEM out of the textbook.