What is Scouting?

Scouting is an international, uniformed, youth movement.

The aims of Scouting are clearly stated but can be basically surmised as providing an opportunity for young people to develop, to learn and to enjoy themselves. Scouting can offer a wider range of skills and services than perhaps other, more ‘specialised’, youth organisations could provide. Scouting is open to any young person, of any creed or colour, mental or physical capabilities and of any sex.

We are a Civil Institution named Nonprofit, World Organization of Independent Scouts for its acronym in English (WOIS). We Are A Brotherhood supporters of the work of our founder Robert Stephenson Smith Baden Powell of Gilwell. We declare a brotherhood in THERE THE FEELING of mutual understanding and camaraderie, being our Guide the Scout Law and Scout Promise.

As Scouts we are guided by these values:


We say what we mean and when we make a promise, we keep it.


We listen to others, explore our differences and work to find common ground.


Scouts are friends to all and think of others before themselves.


We believe passionately in improving the lives and life chances of young people and helping them explore and develop their beliefs and attitudes.

Being an institution of traditional follow the postulates of our Great Leader Lord Robert Stephenson Smith Baden Powell of Gilwell, who for us is the chief scout perpetuity, our member associations are committed to incentivize and publicize the life and work of our founder and highlights the date of February 22 as the day of the Founder.

Every member of our institution adheres to the original text as devised Scout Promise BP in his Scouting for Boys:
On my honour, I promise that I will do my best To do my duty to God and the King (or to God and my Country); To help other people at all times; To obey the Scout Law.

The Scout Law:

1. A Scout’s honour is to be trusted.
2. A Scout is loyal.
3. A Scout’s duty is to be useful and to help others.
4. A Scout is a friend to all and a brother to every other Scout.
5. A Scout is courteous.
6. A Scout is a friend to animals.
7. A Scout obeys orders of his parents, Patrol Leader or Scoutmaster without question.
8. A Scout smiles and whistles under all difficulties.
9. A Scout is thrifty.
10. A Scout is clean in thought, word and deed.

It seeks the physical, spiritual and mental youth to become “good citizens”. With emphasis on recreational activities with educational, outdoor activities and community service, these latter in order to build character and teach practical way human values ​​(as opposed to theoretical academic training, so the emphasis on example of the leader).

Postulates of the Scout Method:
1.-The Law and Promise
2.-Adult channeling Activities Interfering not.
3.-Life Small Groups.
4.-Learning by Doing
5.-Outdoor Living socializing factor where Scouting gets its surroundings.

The Wois Britain is based to achieve the aims of Scouting volunteers with adults who dedicate part of their time to instructing, education and care of young people in charge of this is accomplished by helping our volunteers to develop the various facets of the Scout Method and more technical and work tools and drives our base groups affiliated associations.