Galway Scout County

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The 3 Alternate Scout Promises as per the Constitution of Scouting Ireland.

The Scout Promise:

On my honour I promise that I will do my best,

to do my duty to God,

to serve my community,

to help other people and

to live by the Scout Law.

 

Gealltanas na nGasóg:

Ar m’onóir go ndéanfaidh mé mo dhícheall,

mo dhualgas do Dhia a chomhlíonadh,

fónamh a dhéanamh do mo phobal,

cabhrú le daoine eile agus

Dlí na nGasóg a choimeád.

 

OR the following variation:

On my honour I promise that I will do my best,

to further my understanding and acceptance of a

Spiritual Reality,

to serve my community,

to help other people and

to live by the Scout Law.

 

Geallaim ar m’onóir go ndéanfaidh mé mo

dhícheall,

mo thuiscint agus mo ghlacadh den Réaltacht

Spioradálta a chur chun cinn,

fónamh a dhéanamh do mo phobal,

cabhrú le daoine eile agus

Dlí na nGasóg a choimeád.

 

OR the following variation approved in 2015

On my honour I promise to do my best,

to uphold our Scout Principles,

to serve my community,

to help other people and to live by the Scout Law.

 

 

Geallaim ar m’fhocal agus ar m’fhírinne, Go  ndéanfaidh mé mo dhícheall ár

bprionsabail Gasóg A chaomhnú, fónamh a  dhéanamh do mo phobal, Cabhrú le

daoine eile agus seasamh le Dlí na nGasóg.

 

  

Youth Member Variation of the Scout Law

 

Beaver Scouts are Friendly

They always say Hi, Please and Thank You!

Beaver Scouts are Kind

They work hard and help their family and friends.

 

Cub Scouts are Honest

They always tell the truth.

Cub Scouts can be Trusted

They always keep their word.

 

Scouts are Respectful

They care for themselves and for others.

Scouts are Brave

They stand up for right and good.

 

Venture Scouts are Loyal

They support their family, friends and others.

 

Rover Scouts seek out Justice for all

They strive to make the World a better place.

 

Friendly and Kind,

Honest to Trust,

Respectful and Brave,

Loyal and Just

The Scout Method is the way of delivering the programme to young people. The Scout Method is composed of eight parts which are equally important and collectively implemented make Scouting what it is. It is through the use of the Scout Method that Scouting achieves its aims in developing young people.

The Scout method consists of:

  • Promise and Law

  • Personal Progression

  • Learning by Doing

  • Small Group System

  • Symbolic Framework

  • Nature and Outdoors

  • Service and Commitment

  • Young People and Adults Working Together


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