The Polar Award is the third and final award of the Crean Awards. Scouts usually earn this award in their third or fourth year in the section.

While working on your Polar Award, you should look at how the activities your doing can help a younger Scout in your Patrol earn their Terra Nova or Endurance Award

Section 1 – Yourself

Self Awareness

  1. Carry out a SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats) of yourself
  2. Make a presentation to the Patrol Leaders Council on “What I have learned during my time in Scouts”

Promise & Law

  1. Prepare and Deliver a Scouts’ Own or Promise & Law Reflection
  2. Have a Scout Promise & Law discussion with your Patrol

Scouting Involvement

  1. Take an active role in your Scout Group
  2. Participate in one of the Youth Fora (County, Provincial or National)
  3. Take part in a National Event

Section 2 – Patrol and Troop

Patrol Work

  1. Share one of your skills with another Beaver Scout, Cub Scout or Scout
  2. Take an active role in the planning & running of your Troop through the PLC
  3. As a member of the Patrol Leaders’ Council, engage with the Group Council

Patrol and Troop Activities

  1. Plan, run and review an activity for your Patrol or Troop

Section 3 – Citizenship

The Environment

  1. Plan, organize and run a Patrol or Troop Leave No Trace project within your locality
  2. Find out about conservation internationally and discuss with your Patrol

The Community

  1. Plan and run a Patrol or Troop Community Project

Section 4 – Skills

Adventure Skills

  1. Have gained experience in all nine Adventure Skills
  2. Go up a stage in at least five different Adventure Skills