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Program for Three Mid-Week Meetings & One Weekend in Camp, Hostel, or Scout Headquarters.

The time table has been arranged on the assumption that on the final weekend catering will be centralized, but that Patrols will do their own cooking except that tea each day will be served centrally.

If all meals are provided by a Service Patrol, times should be adjusted as necessary with a considerable gain for actual training periods.

For non residential weekend Courses see Long Weekend notes.

First Meeting

Course Routine

First Troop Meeting

Court of Honor 1

Second Meeting

Flags,  Inspection

Games

Patrol Competition 1

Observation and Deduction

Team Game

Flagdown, Prayers

Court of Honor 2

Third Meeting

Flags, Inspection

Games for the Patrol Meeting

Patrol Competition 2

"The Course Till Now"

The Troop in Council

Flagdown, Prayers

Weekend in Camp,  Hostel, or a Scout Headquarters

SATURDAY

3.30  Assemble and settle in.

4.30  Tea.

          Court of Honor 2

5.15  Second Troop Meeting

6.30  Break for Supper.

8.30  Patrol Meeting

9.30  Campfire or Indoor Program

10.30  Evening Prayers.

            Court of Honor 3

SUNDAY

          Early Services

9.00  Breakfast.

9.45  Inspection, Flagbreak

          Brief Scouts Own, and Law & Promise.

10.30  Team Games

11.00  Patrol Expedition

12.30  "The Patrol Leader Reports"

1.00  Break for Lunch.

3.00  "Point to Point"

4.00  Wash and Brush Up.

4.15  Tea.

4.45  Final Talk

Patrol Leader Training

 

 

   

 

 


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