We are Phoenixes

Rise and rise again, like the Phoenix from the ashes... until lambs become lions...

Who are We?

With support from Northeast CDC, Phoenix Scout Group is a community-based scouting group that was formed in the beginning of 2018. The goal of this project is to inculcate values and instil confidence in youths through our scouting programme and at the same time promote community living through the involvement of family members and partner organisations.

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Promoting the 5Rs of Recycling to NTUC Shoppers

Police Heritage Centre Excursion

Our Members

Our members comprises of children as young as seven right up to youths. We are supported by a pool of scout leaders and parents who offer their time and expertise to aid in the nuturement and development of our members.

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Our Programme

We meet on Saturday mornings at Our Tampines Hub! where scouting lessons such as knotting, orienteering and campcraft are being taught.  We also engage professionals to conduct a variety of workshops as we believe that our members should gain a broader knowledge and skills to cope with today’s demands. Other than classroom sessions, we also organise excursions, community works, hikes and camps to ensure that our members receive a diversed learning exposure. Beside these activities, our members are also given opportunities to attend events and courses organised by Scout HQ and our partner organisations.

Just a few of our activities…

Aikido Appreciation Workshop

Gardens by the Bay Outing

National Day Clean Up

Sarimbun Scout Camp

Why join us?

Unlike school groups, Phoenix activities are opened to family members as well. Yes, parents and siblings are more than welcome to join us for our activities! Some other perks of joining a community scouting group like ours includes…

FRIENDSHIP

Widen your social circle and make friends from all walks of life.

EXPOSURE

Join events and visit places that are available only to scout groups.

ACHIEVEMENT

Earn scout badges and awards that are national-level accredited.

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