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The court of honour decides on many of troop functions, such as reward, punishment, programmes of work, camps, events and other questions affecting the troop.
 
The court of honour decides on many of troop functions, such as reward, punishment, programmes of work, camps, events and other questions affecting the troop.
  
A youth's guide to the Court of Honour is available in the [[Media:Patrol Leaders Handbook.pdf|Patrol Leaders Handbook]], pages 29-35
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A youth's guide to the Court of Honour is available in the [[Media:Patrol Leaders Handbook.pdf|Patrol Leaders Handbook]], pages 29-35.
 
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== Reference ==
 
== Reference ==

Revision as of 12:20, 9 August 2011

The court of honour is a key fundamental part of the success of a scout troop. It consist of the scoutmaster and patrol leaders. In the cast where the troop is small it may also consist of the assistant patrol leaders. The scoutmaster does not have a vote.

The court of honour decides on many of troop functions, such as reward, punishment, programmes of work, camps, events and other questions affecting the troop.

A youth's guide to the Court of Honour is available in the Patrol Leaders Handbook, pages 29-35.

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