The British Boy Scouts and British Girl Scouts Association is a Traditional Scouting association in the UK founded in 1909 by Major Whitby. We wear the traditional uniform, follow the traditional badge programme as set out in Scouting for Boys, and are a member of the Order of World Scouts (OWS).What are ranks in Boy Scouts called?
B-P's Scouting for Boys explains general requirements for these awards, which are often called 'ranks' or 'awards' (and sometimes 'badges') in English-speaking countries. In 1909, Britain's King Edward VII authorized a new top rank, King's Scout (called Queen's Scout since approval by Queen Elizabeth II in 1953).How many ranks can a BPSA scout earn?
A Scout in the UK's BPSA can earn 3 ranks: Tenderfoot, Second Class, and First Class. A Senior Scout, after earning the Senior Scout Badge, can earn the St George's Award (which requires First Class plus certain other badges). United Kingdom (The Scout Association) Queen's ScoutWhat is the highest rank a child can earn in Scouts?
But by 'highest rank' (award/badge), we are referring to the highest award for advancement (achievement) that a youth can earn (generally under age 18). Baden-Powell created the original system of Scout advancement, starting with Tenderfoot (basically a new or inexperienced Scout), followed by Second Class, and culminating with First Class.