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Girl Guides


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Nan Hua Girl Guides aims to create strong bonds and give all our Guides opportunities for self-development.  We attained the Puan Noor Aishah Gold Award this year. 


Our Guides are equipped with many outdoor survival skills that prepare them to face different scenarios.  We learn to pitch canvas tents, conduct outdoor cooking and also improvise to come up with new innovative forms of Gadget-making for outdoor survival, such as building rope ladders, clothes hangers and outdoor kitchen facilities.  Through activities such as the Leadership Camp and Annual Camp, we step out of their comfort zone and become more resilient and independent individuals.


EcoServe week fund raising sale

Girl Guides also undergo interest group training and can pursue areas of interest such as the arts, music (playing the ukulele) and sports (in-line skating).  Our Art & Design team was a finalist in the Recycling Art Competition organised by Resorts World Sentosa last year.  Our inline skating team performed at the school’s Open House and CCA Extravaganza.  Our ukulele team was invited to participate in this year’s 100th anniversary Thinking Day performance at Botanic Garden and was selected to perform during the Earth Hour Event at West Coast.  Girl Guides also joined the West Division Pioneer Skills Competition and took part in a craft workshop, kayaking course as well as a first aid course.  Service is part of our role as Guides; we play an active role in serving our school and the community through Values in Action activities at the school’s Speech and Prize-Giving Day, National Environment Quiz, Eco-Serve Week, Girl Guide Thinking Day Celebrations and West Division Day. 

100th Anniversary Thinking Day

Guides are developed holistically through the 5-point Programmes and various outdoor activities.  Interest groups provide varied opportunities for engagement in diverse activities and to learn new skills.  This year, the line-skating group performed on World Thinking Day at Tampines Hub and the ukulele group performed during the Teachers’ Day celebrations.  We have learnt life skills and values such as resilience.

United as a company, may Girl Guides continue to excel!

                                                                                    Sisters in Guiding

                                                                                   Renee Lim Bei Ting (Class 303), Company Leader

                                                                                         Tan Ee San (Class 301), Assistant Company Leader   

                                                                                        Glenda Soon Jing Ning (Class 302), Patrol Second