Scouts fall between the ages of 12 to 14 and we bring the Scouting idea of supervised age-appropriate responsibility to a new level. Scouts are given the opportunity of new adventures and the focus of peer led planning is crucial. The Patrol of eight people is crucial to not only the success of their adventures but also to the individual's benefit.

Recent Posts

  • Rafting on the Canal
    Scout activity May 2021 By Dara Doherty, Patrol Leader We started off with a short safety briefing where we discussed the dangers of rafting in the canal, including infections we may get if we have open wounds  We had spars, sisal and 4 barrels of air so we planned how… Read more: Rafting on the Canal
  • Hiking overnight at Aurora
    March 2020 at Aurora Our camp in the Wicklow Mountains By Daragh Coakley, Patrol Leader We arrived at the Aurora campsite, Co. Wicklow at 8pm on Friday the 6th of March. We spent that evening setting up our tents in the best spot we could find. We had opening ceremony… Read more: Hiking overnight at Aurora
  • Scouts: Year in Review 2018-2019
    What a year for our Scout section! From building bivi shelters in Donadea Forest, hiking in Lough Dan and going for gold at the County Shield. Have a look below at all the amazing things our Scout section got up to over the past year in a presentation done by… Read more: Scouts: Year in Review 2018-2019
  • Scout County Shield 2019
    On the 10th-12th May 8th Kildare Maynooth Scouts attended the Cill Dara County Shield. The County Shield is a scout competition which puts scouts’ skills and teamwork to the test. This year saw 9 patrols from across our county camping, catering and caring for themselves over the weekend. For the… Read more: Scout County Shield 2019
  • Group Shield 2019
    The Scout section held their annual Group shield in Celbridge as preparation for the county shield.