Scout Top Awards
King's Scout Award (open to all members between 16 and 25).
This is the highest award in Scouting for the youth sections.
Details on the requirements for this award can be found on the National Scout website.
register for your award, get ongoing support or to have your award completion
verified please contact our County KSA Co-ordinator Amy Childs.
Duke of Edinburgh Award (open to all Explorer and Network Scouts)
Kent Scouts operates the Duke or Edinburgh's Award (DofE) giving young people aged 14-24 the opportunity to achieve this widely recognised award, whilst learning new skills along the way.
There are three progressive DofE award levels: Bronze, Silver and Gold. These directly align with Scouting's Top Awards meaning dual awards can be completed together. Chief Scout's Platinum Award - Bronze, Chief Scout's Diamond Award - Silver, King's Scout Award - Gold.
Find out about the Duke of Edinburgh Awards, register and opportunities via our dedicated website.
Scouts of the World Award (open to Network Scouts)
requirements for this award can be found on the National Scout website.
This award gives Network Scouts the opportunity to be a global citizen and make an impact on the world while learning new skills
support and signoff for this award can be gained by contacting our ACC Global
Projects, Alan Noake.