With such a wide range of activities on offer, there is
something for every Badger.
Badgers can earn a badge and certificate for every subject, and
receive awards for every three subjects they complete:
Bronze award: 3 subjects
Silver award: 6 subjects
Super Badger award: 9 subjects
Badgers can choose fun activities from a range of 13 different
subjects. The order in which Badgers complete these subjects
depends on their sett.
Learn about being active and why it’s important to our
All About Me Badger
Learn how important your actions are and how they affect other
people and communities.
Badger First Aider
This subject is for older Badgers who have already completed
First Aid Badger. Learn more important life saving skills.
Learn about caring for pets and find out about people who care
for other people and animals.
Develop your communication skills with patients and others.
Explore the area you live in and look at the people that make up
Learn about protecting your local environment, avoiding waste
and preserving nature.
First Aid Badger
Learn the basics of first aid. You must complete this subject to
achieve your Super Badger Award.
Grow your understanding of world cultures and encourage respect
of people’s faiths and beliefs.
Learn how our body works and what Badgers need to do to maintain
their own health.
Find out how you can be helpful to people and causes in your
Find out potential dangers in the world you live in. Learn how
to keep yourself and others safe.
St John Family Badger
Learn the history of our parent organisation, the Order of St
John, and look at the work it does today.
Badgers can keep a record of their achievements in their Badger
passport. The final step for all Badgers is to help plan and take
part in their Moving-on Ceremony, before moving on to Cadets.