Cambridge Sea Cadets
Cambridge Sea Cadets
THE SEA CADET CORPS (SCC) IS A VOLUNTARY NAUTICAL YOUTH ORGANISATION FOR
BOYS AND GIRLS. ITS FULLY ENROLLED SEA CADET MEMBERS ARE AGED BETWEEN 12 AND 18 YEARS.
THE CORPS IS OPEN TO ALL REGARDLESS OF SEX, RELIGION AND RACE AND, WITHIN THE BOUNDS OF
SAFETY TO THEMSELVES AND OTHERS, TO THOSE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS.
The charity purpose of the Sea Cadet Corps (SCC) is to promote the
development of young people in achieving their physical, intellectual and social
potential as individuals and as responsible citizens by the provision of education and
leisure time activities using a nautical theme.
1. 1. 2 We aim to achieve this by:
a. Offering young people a structured environment in which to develop.
b. Providing access for young people to education and training in a wide
range of areas which may include but not exclusively: sailing (inshore
and offshore), paddle sports, power boating, seamanship, navigation,
marine engineering, cooking, music, first aid, drill, piping, public services.
c. Providing opportunities for young people to obtain a range of
qualifications some of which are nationally accredited and recognised.
d. Promoting good citizenship through community involvement.
1. 1. 3 The aim of the SCC is to give young people the best possible head start in
life through nautical adventure and fun based on the customs and traditions of the
1. 1. 4 The ethos and traditions of the Royal Navy are at the heart of the Sea
Cadets and we will be guided by the following values:
a. Respect. To appreciate and to be considerate to others.
b. Loyalty. To be faithful to all those who invest in me.
c. Self-discipline. To do what I must.
d. Commitment. To do what I say I will.
e. Honesty and Integrity. To tell the truth and be a good person
Cambridge Sea Cadets aims to:
- To provide Boating Equipment
Established: July 1965
Registered Charity Number: 300372
Board members: 8
Phone number: 07888851234
Address: 42 Cheddars Lane CB5 8LDView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website