We are an Irish scouting organisation established in 2018 and an observer member of the UIGSE-FSE, a worldwide organisation with 65,000 members in a total of 22 countries. We are an association of lay faithful recognised by the Holy See.

Forming the Men and Women of Tomorrow

The Scouting programme raises up responsible adults through faith, education, games and friendship. Individuals build character and prepare for the challenges of life.

Freedom Through Education

The Scout Law is the scout and the guide’s compass: on the day of their Promise, they pledge to follow it faithfully throughout their lives. The Law is one of the most important levers of the scouting method, which educates to freedom. With freedom comes the path to sainthood.

Scouting Branches

Scouting is divided into branches which cater to specific age groups, designed to aid development at their respective stage.

Yellow Branch

Wolf cubs and Wolvets

8 to 12 years of age

Green Branch

Guides and Scouts

12 to 17 years of age

Red Branch

Rovers and Wayfarers

17 to 20 years of age.

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