Queen's Scout


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Queen's Scout

n
(in Britain and the Commonwealth when the sovereign is female) a Scout who has passed the highest tests of endurance, proficiency, and skill. US equivalent: Eagle Scout
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It was Uncle Duncan Hough, a former Queen's Scout, who launched the New Oscott School pupil's badge bonanza.
But when John Gibson was presented with the Queen's Scout badge in November 1962 it was an extra special achievement.
The Chief Scout and television presenter awarded the 13 young scouts at a ceremony at Windsor Castle with the Queen's Scout Award for outstanding personal achievement.
OLD Gary Pearson (second right), was presented with the Queen's Scout Award, the highest in the Scout movement.
CONGRATULATIONS to these four young people from Northumberland Scouts who all have achieved the highest award within Scouting, the Queen's Scout Award.
And so was I, because it was the Queen's Scout Parade at Windsor Castle.
The Queen's Scout Award is the highest honour in Scouting and is awarded for outstanding personal achievement.
They are receiving the Queen's Scout Award, the highest honour a Scout can achieve.
Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, has attended the Queen's Scout Award parade at Windsor Castle, before joining the Queen on her 87th birthday for a celebration tea.
1-18 read by Prime Minister David Cameron The Sermon, by Dr Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury Anthem O Thou The Central Orb of Righteous Love The Litany of Prayer and Thanksgiving Jemma Samuel, St John Ambulance National Cadet of the Year; Able Cadet Hannah Subit, Beckenham and Dulwich Unit, Sea Cadet Corps; Samuel Odusina, Duke of Edinburgh's Gold Award; Naomi Spencer, Young Ambassador of the Year, Prince's Trust; Caitlin Ripley, Queen's Scout.
The young people attending the parade have all achieved the Queen's Scout Award, the highest prize for youth achievement in the scouting movement.
This is most gratifying, since I was a keen scout in my teens--eventually becoming a Queen's Scout, smothered in all the usual badges.

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