Cub Pack Code of Conduct
- Treat others the way you want to be treated
- Do not tease other people
- Do not call other people names
- Do not swear
- Do not punch, Kick or fight with other people
- Do not let other people feel lonely
- Do not leave other people out
- Do not backchat to adults
- Do not hurt anyone feelings
- Do not react to Bully’s
- Do not push other people
- Do tell someone if you are being bullied
- Respect everybody
- Do help people if they are hurt
- Do let people join in
- Do be kind to everyone
- Do be fair to everyone
- Do remember the Cub Scout Law
- We come along to our weekly meetings to enjoy ourselves and to have fun, understanding that we need to respect each other and the Laws and Promises which we have made.
- We will come along to our weekly meetings on time and in full correct uniform.
- We will join in and work as a team when necessary.
- The Leaders and young people will listen to each other showing everyone respect.
- No one will make fun of anyone else because of his or her colour, religion or ability.
- There will be no bullying, harassment or picking on others.
- We will all be quiet during quiet times, such as flag break or when an adult is talking to us.
- We will not deliberately break the rules or disrupt games or activities.
- When playing games we will accept the decision made against us.
- If warned about unacceptable behaviour it will stop immediately.
Verbal Warnings. If the behaviour of young person is considered to have fallen well below the ‘Group Code of Acceptable Behaviour’, a Leader will give him/her a verbal warning.
Yellow Cards. If a verbal warning is ignored, the young person will be issued with a Yellow Card. . The Parent(s) may also be contacted. The young person will as a minimum punishment automatically sit out the next 10 minutes of any activity.
Red Cards. If the young person commits a second Yellow Card offence, on the same night he will receive a Red Card. They will not be allowed to take any further part in that evenings meeting. Parent(s) will be advised. Suspension– If a young person receives a Red Card, they will automatically be suspended from the next two meetings and will not be allowed to attend Camps, or outings held during that month.