Queen’s Scout Award
The Queenâ€™s Scout Award is the top award in Scouting, the requirements for this award need more effort than the Duke of Edinburghâ€™s (D of E) Gold Award!
If you go the right way about it, by making sure that the you register for the Gold D of E award when you start on the Queenâ€™s Scout Award you can get both without any extra effort.
Chief Scoutâ€™s Awards
The Chief Scoutâ€™s Awards are the highest award available in each of the sections; Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts, Scouts, Explorer Scouts, and Scout Network.
- Chief Scout’s Bronze (Beavers)
- Chief Scout’s Silver (Cubs)
- Chief Scout’s Gold (Scouts)
- Chief Scout’s Platinum (Explorers)
- Chief Scout’s Diamond (Explorers/Network)
Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
As a member of The Scout Association you can participate in the Duke of Edinburghâ€™s Award as well as Scouting Awards. This is done through being a member of an Explorer Scout Unit or the Scout Network.
The Chief Scoutâ€™s Platinum Award, the Chief Scoutâ€™s Diamond Award and the Queenâ€™s Scout Award have similar requirements to the D of E Bronze, Silver and Gold awards (respectively).
The Explorer Belt is the challenge of a lifetime, open to Explorer Scouts aged 16 and over and members of the Scout Network.
It is a chance to take part in a ten-day expedition that brings a real understanding of a different country, its people and way of life.
Moving-on Awards help ease the transfer of young people between sections and introduce the Membership Awards for each section.
- Beaver Scouts to Cub Scouts
- Cub Scouts to Scouts
- Scouts to Explorer Scouts
- Explorer Scouts to Scout Network
Other Awards & Badges
As a Young Person and Adult in Scouting there are various other awards and badges that can be gained.