Coronavirus Update: The UK is still in AMBER but both outdoors and indoors meetings will be allowed in groups and you’ll be allowed to take part in non-residential day trips and visits. For more information please visit www.scouts.org.uk/coronavirus

Animal lover – check. Book worm – check. Photographer – check. Footballer – check. Daredevil – check. You name it, we’ve got a badge for it - over 200 of them actually. Scouts work together on badges at their weekly meetings, away at camps and events or at home. Badges are easy to earn and you don’t need anyone special to sign them off.

There’s never any pressure to do badges. Scouts can do as many or as few as they like. But for those up for a challenge, there are loads of exciting badges to aim for, such as the Chief Scout's Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards – these are the highest awards that Beavers, Cubs and Scouts can earn. And for those going even further, the Queen’s Scout Award is the top achievement for young people in Scouts.

Find a badge

What badge do you want to do? You can do badges at home, as well as at Scouts.

Where do badges go?

It's easy to find out where all your hard-earned badges go, just have a look at the links below:

Beavers

Cubs

Scouts

Explorers

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