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Children aged between 14 and 18 years old can join Explorer Scouts. It provides youngsters with the opportunity to do more adventurous activities than those done in the younger sections. Explorer Scouts are grouped on a district basis and take responsibility for planning their own activities. Explorers can complete the Diamond and Platinum Chief Scout's Awards and also the Queen's Scout Award, which is the highest award in scouting. They also have the opportunity to take part in the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme. Explorers also help out with the younger sections and can become Young Leaders.

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Lastnight in Explorers we had The Mad Scientist!, in showing us several experements with chemials to work towards our science badge. We made a rocket out of tin foil and matches that went the length of the scout hall! We also had a balloon race that charlie won (and also poped his balloon multiple times). We made a smoke bomb that filled the outside of the scout hall with a cloud of smoke also we put a grape in a microwave whitch caused PLASMA which melted the bowl it was in. We then put a bar of soap in the microwave that expanded to fill the microwave then shrank and melted and caused a big mess with a foul smell that filled the scout hall.

Explorer science badge