Ahmad Ibrahim Warriors Scout Group has been active since 1967. We envision each Scout to be a gentleman clean in thought, word and deed, who strives to be a student leader and who is a cut above the rest. As individual Scouts, we work towards the Chief Commissioner’s Award which is conferred to the most outstanding and distinctive Scouts in recognition of their exemplary performance, dedication as well as services at the secondary school level. As a unit, we have been achieving the Frank Cooper Sands (Gold) Award for sixteen consecutive years. The Frank Cooper Sands Award is an award which every Scout unit in Singapore strives to achieve excellence in.
In Scouts CCA, we conduct training twice a week where Scouts experience many exciting and enriching activities and learn Scouting skills such as camping, pioneering, orienteering and outdoor cooking. We also organise physical training during training to improve the fitness of Scouts and team-bonding games to further add the element of fun for Scouts.
We organise inter-unit and inter-patrol competitions like Scout Lore Quest and cooking challenge to hone our Scouting knowledge and skills. Similarly, we also participate in courses, competitions and events like the Scout Leadership Training Course, Patrol Pioneering Challenge and Founder’s Day Celebration organised by the North Area of the Singapore Scout Association. Furthermore, we also gather around campfires with Scouts from other units to celebrate achievements together and to forge stronger camaraderie.
To do our part for society, we organise and participate in service-learning activities. We also raise funds during the annual Job Week to support Scout programmes and activities. In Job Week, Scouts take to the homes of residents all over Singapore to do jobs like cleaning, gardening, and tutoring, so as to learn the dignity of labour, value of honest work and belief in helping others. As a result, Scouts can be developed into self-reliant, confident, responsible, and active citizens.
Each year, we organise two camps, one in March and the other in June. Once every two years at year end, we co-organise a combined camp with the Girl Guides and embark on an overseas camping trip to meet Scouts from other countries. This is to allow Scouts to make new friends and learn new knowledge and skills from our counterparts.
Vision Each Scout a gentleman clean in thought, word and deed, who strives to be a student leader who is a cut above the rest.
Mission To develop in young gentlemen courage, resilience, and a sense of brotherhood.
In Scouting, Scouts learn four core skills:
Camping which includes Campfire
Hiking, Exploration and Orienteering
Knots and Pioneering
Cooking and Outdoor Survival
This is done through the eight elements of the Scout Method:
Scout Promise and Law
Learning By Doing
Patrol or Team System
Scouts’ hands are trained for wonders, with the ability to set up tents and structures necessary for surviving in the outdoors. Working in accordance with nature, Scouts improvise and make use of their surroundings to meet their needs while protecting them.
Navigating with a map in one hand and a compass in the other, Scouts identify checkpoints and significant landmarks, and orientate themselves based on these points, allowing them to explore unfamiliar territory with ease while hiking.
With nimble fingers and rugged hands, Scouts construct miniature wooden models, transforming them into life-sized bridges, swings and kitchens using mere wooden spars and manila ropes.
From sourcing dried leaves and twigs, to building and maintaining a fire, to putting small pieces of chicken to roast over a self-made cooking pit, this is part of the outdoor cooking skill set that every Scout possesses.
Unit Award: Frank Cooper Sands (Gold with Honours Pennant) Award
Individual Award: Chief Commissioner’s Award
North Area Scout Lore Quest - Highest Team Award: Silver - Highest Individual Award: Silver
AISS Weekly Morning Assembly
AISS CCA Carnival
Diamond Jubilee Donation Drive
Shooting for Masters-At-Arms
AISS Total Defence Day Commemoration Parade Segment
Diamond Jubilee Challenge
AISS Total Defence Day Celebration
North Area Founder’s Day Celebration
North Area Scout Leadership Training Course
CPIB Anti-Corruption Badge Course
Unit Community Service
Standard First Aid Course + CPR AED Certification Course
01 Raffles Scout Group Annual Show
SPCA Free Pet Health Screening
AISS Achievement Day Parade Segment
One Star Kayaking Certification Course
Beatty Beaver Scout Group 70th Anniversary Campfire