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The Aim of Scouting is to contribute to the non-formative education of our students, through a value system based on the Scout Promise and Law, to help build a better world where people are self-fulfilled as individuals and play a constructive role in society. This is achieved by:
  • Involving cub scouts in various activities that hone their leadership, team spirit, adaptability and other qualities that are essential for an uncertain and volatile society.
  • using a non-formative method to encourage individuals to be their own agents of development -  as a self-reliant, supportive, responsible and committed person assisting based on a value system as expressed in the Scouts Promise and Law

Our cub scouts membership is open to all Pri.3 to Pri.6 pupils who enjoys outdoor activities and learning skills that are out of the classroom context such as first aid, outdoor cooking, knot tying, abseiling, etc. They would learn various skills through the attainment of proficiency badges. 

Training days



2.05pm – 4.05pm


In WRPS Cub Scout, we provide a group environment which is intellectually stimulating, physically vital and directed towards satisfying the child’s basic need to face and overcome challenges. Self-developmental activities are well-entrenched components of the overall drive towards encouraging “Fun & Discovery” among our Cubs.

In WRPS, we participate in various activities such as camping, hiking, camp craft, outdoor survival skills, First Aid, team bonding and learning journeys.

The WRPS Cub Scout has been awarded the Frank Cooper Sands Gold Award for two consecutive years.

Teachers ICs

Miss Tay Shwu Yueh

Mr Edmund Chen

Mr Shan Quan

Mdm Sunitha



Making friends from other schools 

Sleeping in tents 

Outdoor cooking 

Laser Tag 

Team bonding activity

 Hiking up to Mt. Faber

 Cultural activity

Cub Scouts - Group Photo