Students will be able to:
- Build character, improve physical fitness, instil lifeskills and develop a spirit of community service
- Participate in a group environment which is intellectually stimulating, physically vital and directed towards satisfying his/her basic need to face and overcome challenges
|Friday||7.30am to 8.30am||Within curriculum hours|
Teacher IC & Email address
|Teacher IC||Email address (ICON)|
|Mdm Sri Rahayu Bte Mohd Aminemail@example.com|
|Mrs Hesheam Hashimfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Scouts sessions take the form of an opening ceremony, activities for progress badges, as well as participating in games and songs. Our Senior Scouts (or Sixers) take turns to conduct the opening ceremony while the others take turns to lead games and songs. Through the activities, the Scouts develop a sense of pride and have opportunities to engage with their peers.
Scouts are able to earn badges and awards upon completion of an accomplishment or the learning of a new skill. Sometimes the reward is a pin, patch or trophy. Awards patches are prominently displayed on the Scout uniform, which they wear with pride. Scouts is a great place for boys and girls to learn essential life and leadership skills, which has both a positive impact on their social and educational development.
Scouts have three progress levels to achieve from Primary 3 to Primary 6
- Bronze Arrow Badge
- Silver Arrow Badge
- Gold Arrow Badge
Going on outdoor exploration, learning about nature, new games, sports and camping, are some of the highlights of being a Scout.
Photos of Scouts in action
Flag bearers during National Day Observance Ceremony
Tent-pitching West Area Cub Scout Field Day - Sarimbun Camp
Sing-a-long session with actions Knots Tying Skill
First Aid - Arm Sling West Area Cub Scout Leadership Course - Sarimbun Camp