Dragon Scouts (est since 1922)
Ms Joan Pereira as Guest of Honour for our Dragon Scout Group 95th Anniversary campfire
|Student Leaders:||Training Information:|
|Mr Chan Hoong Leong
(1st Teacher I/C)
Ms Lee Pei Ying
Mr Kevin Kung Sion Onn
Mr Ang Zhaoliang
Ms Beh Jing Ying
|Mr Law Teck Chong
Mr Yeo Choon Lian
Mr Xavier Yeo
Ms Alexandra Lee
|Jovan Tan Kim Swee (3H)
Kwan Foo Yang (3B)
Ong Yan Ling (3G)
Philip Yang Zhuo’En (3F)
Lim Ze Ning (3G)
2.30 to 5.30 pm
2.00 to 6.00 pm
One Saturday per month
7.30 am to 2.30 pm
Venue : Arena/Classroom
* Denotes once a month meeting for all members.
Dragon Scouts is the oldest uniformed group in Gan Eng Seng School. Established in 1922, Dragon Scouts has been closely tied to the development of Gan Eng Seng School. Throughout the past 95 years of history, Dragon Scouts has produced many successful professionals and has helped to shape the development of Gan Eng Seng School. A good example will be the school colours, red and green which were adopted from the scarf found in Dragon Scouts.
‘Be Prepared’, the motto of all Scouts, captures the essence of Scouting. Each boy, while carrying out the Scouting activities
– canoeing, abseiling, rockclimbing, camping, outdoor cooking, hiking, campcraft, practising footdrill, doing community service…
– is trained to be prepared. At their own pace, the boys discover the virtue of good honest work whilst enjoying themselves and realizing their true potential.
Scouting is unique because it engages a Scout in a whole range of activities. In pursuit of these activities, the Scout attains various proficiency standards which reinforce positive self-esteem. Furthermore, Scouting allows promising Scouts who set higher standards for themselves to become President’s Scouts, an honour which no other uniformed youth organisation can boast of.
Won the Frank Cooper Sands Award since 1997 and the Gold Award since 2003.
In 2016, the Dragon Scout Group achieved the Frank Cooper Sands (Gold) once again.
In 2016, Dragon Scouts achieved 2 National Patrol Camp (Gold) for both boys and girls team.