Tonight the OSR scout troop invited Joel in to talk about and Christianity and explore their own beliefs and thoughts on religion. Joel is a youth worker and is fab, the scouts had fun working in groups and as individuals giving their thoughts and outlook on religion and Joel clarified some things about Christianity. Big thank you for an excellent session and well done to the scouts for really getting into the My Faith session.
Much fun was had by OSR scouts during the annual swimathon at Bradley stoke pool, we had 3 lanes and managed 303 lengths between us. The scouts definitely deserved fish and chips for dinner after all the calories that were burnt off. The sponsorship will go into our Cyprus camp account. Well done all.
its the county cooking comp again and osr scout troop as reigning holders hold their practise cook at school
So its that time of the year that Avon County hold there cooking competition and OSR scout troop as reigning holders of the honours are getting ready to defend their title. Janet is running the team and Jack, Sasha, Ollie and Ella are representing the troop. The practise held at St. Michaels school went very well the desert was heavenly and with some small tweaks to the prawn cocktail and main course all based on the Royal Wedding as the theme is Celebration the whole menu should be fabulous. We will put photos of the comp on this post. Good luck to the team. Today was the competition at Keynsham and the team did great finishing 4th (4 points separated the top 4 teams). Everyone had fun and the food looked fantastic.
Tonight the OSR troop attended St. Micheals school in Stoke Gifford to use their ICT equipment to complete lvl 1 and 2 of the digital citizen staged activity badge. The session was run by George and Andrew both of whom are working towards their wood badge. The scouts had fun completing the e-safety awareness, emailing, creating and having fun. Good job all and ty to school for letting us use their equipment.