Day : Every Friday
Time : 2.30 pm to 4.00pm
Venue: Room B406
Attire: Full Scout Uniform, unless otherwise specified.
Teacher In-Charge :firstname.lastname@example.org
Jerry Yang email@example.com
Ng Ling Er firstname.lastname@example.org
Tay Chee Teck email@example.com
Brief description of Scouts
Scouting is about having fun, but to a Cub Scout, “fun” means a lot more than just having a good time. "Fun" is a cub scout’s code word for the satisfaction he gets from meeting challenges, having friends, feeling good about himself, and feeling he is important to other people.
While cub scouts are having fun and doing things they like to do, they also learn new things, discover and master new skills and be rewarded with proficiency badges, gain self-confidence and positive values, and develop strong friendships.
You’ll want to join Scouts if you enjoy
- Camp Craft – outdoor cooking, tent pitching
- Pioneering – building structures with knots and lashings
- Adventure activities such as
- Rock Climbing
- Kayaking Orientation
- Team Building Games
- Adventure Camps
Cub Scouts can progress through participation in the activities and camps by earning their Bronze, Silver, and Gold Arrow badges. Outstanding Cub Scouts who have earned their Gold Arrow badges, can aspire to attain the pinnacle award in Cub Scouting – the Akela.
Achievements & Highlights of 2017
Achievements for 2017:
- 1 P6 scout successfully achieved the Akela Award
(National level) in October 2016.
- The school scout unit also attained the Silver
award for the Frank Coopers Sand Award (National level) for the preceding year.
Highlights for 2017:
- The scouts took part in a rock climbing
activity, with many trying their hand at the sport for the first time. The scouts were also actively involved during
the Job week in March and the Donation Draw activity in August 2017 held by the
- Selected scouts took part in kayaking for the
first time at Macritchie Reservoir, under the guidance of the Singapore Canoe
- Scouts and Brownies held a 3d2n combined camp in
school in November, where they had laser tag, campfire, and kayaking for the
- P4 to P6 scouts were actively involved in school
events such as:
- Founders Day in February
- Parents-teachers Meeting in March
- National Day Celebrations in August.