The motto of Manjusri Girl Guides is “Be Prepared” as we hope our girls can be independent problem solvers who are able to think and respond promptly in everyday life situations. Manjusri Girl Guides is also part of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) – working together to enable girls and young women to develop their fullest potential as responsible citizens of the world.
Our Girl Guides programmes at Manjusri has been refined to align
with MOE’s 21st Century Skills and Competencies and aims to stretch our Guides
to their fullest potential. Under the supervision of the guiders, our Guides
plan and execute CCA trainings to fulfil a comprehensive 5-point program which
covers developmental aspects such as Personal & Social Development, Home,
Outdoor, Community and International. This provides our Guides with necessary
experiences that will enrich their learning beyond the classroom and develop
our Guides such that they are able to negotiate the challenges and obstacles
that they may face in future.
Manjusri Girl Guides has attained a Gold Award in Puan Nur Aishah Award for 2019 and 2018. The Girl Guides slogan “Once a Guide, Always a Guide”.
Every Monday and Wednesday
3.15pm – 5.45pm @ Recycling corner
|Ms Nur Atiqah Binti Abdul Fattahemail@example.com|
|Ms Wan Shi Tingfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ms Amira Begum d/o Abdul Naseeremail@example.com|
|Mdm Tee Beng Lian Serenefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Nur Umairah Binte Mohamad Razim||Company Leader|
|Noor Nabila Binte Gazali||Assistant Company Leader|
|Lim En Xin Shireen||Quarter Mistress|
|Reva Putriani Nurazizah Binte Mohamed Khermi||Assistant Quarter Mistress|
Nerissa Tan Lui Rong (Sunflower)
Yeo Ga Yan (Yang Jia Yuan) (Jasmine)
Seah You En (Morning Glory)
Aniqah Shafyrah Binte Zainal (Hibiscus)
Ong Yanzhi (Sunflower)
Geraldine See Yu Tong (Jasmine)
Nur Istifar Binte Abdullah (Morning Glory)
Qistina Yushini Puteri Shaiful Hermi (Hibiscus)
This camp sought to
allow our girls to step out of their comfort zones to learn skills such as
tent-pitching, outdoor cooking, field cooking. They will also engage in
activities to build values such as resilience and teamwork.
|Guides pitching their tents for our Annual Manjusri Girl Guides Camp||Green Canvas tents
pitched by our Manjusri Guides ||Our Sec 1 Guide
trying her hand at Axemanship during Guides Camp|
Guides cooking lunch under the kitchen shelter they constructed for camp||Our Guides taking turns to serve food to each other during camp||Our Guides eating lunch they cooked during field cooking|
World Thinking Day
Guides also participated in the WAGGGS annual World Thinking Day where they
engaged in activities to build awareness and values to be more proactive about
world issues such as sustainability.
|The Guides doing preparatory work||Virtual World Thinking Day||Patrol Sunflower|
|Patrol Morning Glory||Jasmine Patrol||Patrol Hibiscus|
East Division Day
East Division Day is a day where Girl Guides from the East Division schools come together to showcase their skills and to take part in friendly competitions in areas such as Gadget Making, Art and Cooking.
|Our Guides taking part in mixed media art competition at East Division Day||Manjusri Girl Guides at East Division Day||Our Guides receiving third place for Recycled Toy Making Competition|
|Our Guides receiving third place at the Cheerleading Competition||Our Guides receiving first place for Mini Gadget Competition||Our Guides at East Division Day Cheerleading Competition|
A National Uniformed Group, the NCC boys unit has been a pillar of strength and the epitome of discipline for the Uniformed Groups in Manjusri Secondary School. The passion of the cadets and the dedication of the officers contributed to the excellent performance of the CCA. With many opportunities provided to the students for leadership training and character development, the cadets are constantly morphing into strong leaders with discipline, enabling them to also prepare for their National Service.
Monday and Wednesday 3.00pm - 6.00pm
|Mr Chan Ze Weiemail@example.com|
|Mr Tse Min Daniel Tayfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mr Bryan Kangemail@example.com|
|Mr Muhammad Khairul Ridhwan Bin Boharifirstname.lastname@example.org|
Our Student Leaders
|Msg Wong Peng Jun Kieran||Unit Sergeant Major|
|Msg Punnoose Gerard Danny Sungduan||Assistant Sergeant Major|
|Cadets preparing for training||Secondary One CCA Orientation||CNY Hamper Project|
Precision Drill Squad (PDS) & Freestyle
Drill (FSD) Activities
Events such as the MJR Jam provide a good platform for the cadets to demonstrate what they have learnt during the trainings such as arms and foot drills, precision and freestyle drills. Always a strong force in any parades, our cadets never fail to impress with their strong sense of discipline and camaraderie.
MJR Free-style Drill
|Practising hard to put up a good performance for
MJR JAM||MJR Precision Drill Squad|
MJR NCC has always pride itself in developing young men into disciplined and dedicated leaders of tomorrow. As such, the cadets had also participated in HQ events such as the NCC 120 Anniversary Tiles to develop themselves further.
|Outstanding Cadet Award: Brandon Choo||Outstanding Cadet Award: Ho Zhe Ming||Participation in NCC 120 Anniversary Tiles:
To develop our cadets into Caring and Responsible citizens.
To Mould the builders of a Safe & Secure home.
We, the members of the National Police Cadet Corps, do here and now solemnly and sincerely pledge that :
- We will always bear true faith and allegiance to the President and our Republic of Singapore.
- We will always be loyal and true to our country, our people and the government.
- We will always be prepared to serve our country and community.
- We will always preserve the peace and uphold the law.
Monday and Wednesday 3.00pm - 6.00pm
|Ms Candice Leeemail@example.com|
|Ms Michell Foo Siqifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mr Hafiz Khanemail@example.com|
|Ms Kok Jia En Yvonnefirstname.lastname@example.org|
Our Student Leaders
Unit Cadet Leaders
|Sergeant (NPCC) Mock Jun Yang||(OIC) Oversee Training & Admin|
|Sergeant (NPCC) Tan Ni Hui||(AOIC) Training Field|
|Sergeant (NPCC) Merissa Koo||(AOIC) Outreach & Administrative|
|Sergeant (NPCC) Germaine Tan||(AOIC) Events Management|
|Sergeant (NPCC) Evan Huang||(AOIC) Logistics|
Adventure Training Camp
Outdoor trainings at NPCC Camp Resilience in Pulau Ubin.
|Time for some outdoor cooking||Ferry Ride to Pulau Ubin||Rock Climbing|
|New friendships forged with
cadets from other schools
||Ready to climb!|
Camp Craft Training
Training for Inter-Unit Camp Craft Competition.
|A successful team is a group of many hands but of one mind – Bill Bethel||TEAM – Together Everyone Achieve More||Tent Pitching|
|Starting the campcraft process||Representing Manjusri Secondary in Campcraft competition|
Visits to Police Establishments
|Geylang NPC visit||ICA Visit||Learning more about ICA|
|Police Heritage Centre
||Learning more about the history
of SPF during our Police Heritage Centre Visit||Appreciating how ICA keeps Singapore safe|
The Manjusri Red Fox Scout Group was founded in 1983 and seeks to nurture scouts who uphold the motto of ‘Be Prepared’ at all times.
Every Monday and Wednesday 3.00pm - 6.00pm
|Mr Lee Zhong Shunemail@example.com|
|Mrs Heng Lai Kharfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mr Shuai Dong Xingemail@example.com|
|Mr Nur Hakimfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Our Student Leaders
|LION PATROL||TIGER PATROL||WOODPECKER PATROL||KINGFISHER PATROL|
|Patrol Leaders||Lim Xun
Matthew Ng Ying Jie
He Julian |
Lim Jor Jin
|Tang Jing Yang |
Nicolas Ng Jia Le
|Lew Bo Rui|
|Assistant Patrol Leaders||Kieran Lim Jiang Ying||Lee Kai Ge Achilles ||Gay Siaw Hung||Tan Wei Wen, Kaven|
Founders’ Day commemorates the founding of the Scouting Movement. On this day, scouts observe a flag ceremony, reflect on the values of scouting and reaffirm the Scout Promise.
|Flag||Moment of Silence|
|Flag Ceremony||The Scout Salute||The Scout Promise|
National Patrol Camp
The National Patrol Camp is a gathering of all Singapore Scouts Groups to celebrate camaraderie and engage in healthy competition. Scouts undergo challenges that test their scouting skills and at the end of the camp, their efforts are rewarded and their friendship with each other is renewed.
|National Patrol Camp||Uniform Inspection||Living Quarters|
|Safety Briefing||Quick photo before the hike||Patrol Leaders taking the lead|
|Appreciating Nature||Exploring Nature||Teacher-Scout Bonding|