RESOURCES : CODE FOR PATROL LEADERS
Alastair Honeybun (AHONEYBUN@PLATYPUS.CS.COWAN.EDU.AU)
Thu, 16 Mar 1995 13:18:05 +0800
CODE FOR PATROL LEADERS
The code that a Patrol Leader or Assistant Patrol Leader needs to be
AS A LEADER OF A PATROL I WILL DO MY BEST TO:
Learn all I can about my job as a Patrol Leader so that I can be-
come a better and more proficient leader.
Plan and lead frequent, enjoyable and successful Patrol meetings,
activities and outings.
Give all members of my Patrol, as far as possible, a definite job at
Patrol meetings and activities so that each will feel part of the
Keep ahead on my achievements awards and proficiency badges so that
I am able to instruct my Patrol properly in Scoutcraft.
Be fair, thoughtful and impartial to my fellow Patrol members and a
friend to them all.
Live the Scout Law and Promise and make this meaningful to my Patrol
Be proficient in Scouting skills so as to give my Patrol proper
hiking and camping.
Wear my Scout uniform proudly, correctly and neatly so as to be a
good example to my fellow Scouts.
Make full use of the Patrol-in-Council and give every Scout the
chance to state his views at such Councils.
Make the Patrol a lively, independent unit with a mind and a
programme of its own while remaining an essential part of the Troop.
AS A LEADER IN A TROOP I WILL DO MY BEST TO:
Take an active, helpful and positive role in the Patrol Leaders' Council.
See that my Patrol is prepared to take a full and active, and loyal
part in all Troop activities.
Work with my Scout Leader and other Troop Leaders to make the Troop
one that is well run, successful and providing the fun and enjoyment
that I and my Patrol, my fellow Patrol Leaders and their Patrols,
want from Scouting.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City