Proficiency Badges

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Proficiency Badges Badges Description ACCIDENT PREVENTION 1. Know and where possible, demonstrate how to guard against accidents and when using: gas electrical appliances, kerosene stoves, naked lights, open fires. 2. Know what special precautions to take in the house with: 2.1 Small children 2.2 Old people 3. Know at least three different ways of preventing accidents: 3.1 When boating and bathing; 3.2 When using public transport, cars and cycles; 3.3 When with animals; 3.4 In high-rise buildings. 4. Know what special precautions to take outdoors with regard to barbed wire, poisonous plants, storms and other hazards, e.g. Hornets, jelly- fish etc. 5. Be prepared to put your knowledge to the test in a given situation. AGILITY 1. Bring a certificate to show that she has completed one of the following clauses: 1.1 Walked 6m over a rope bridge; 1.2 Climbed 3m up a rope; 1.3 Swam 25m. 2. 2.1 Covered 3km at scout’s pace. (Jogging certificate may be accepted). 2.2 Demonstrated good walking and running. 2.3 Skipped continuously for one minute with rope turned backwards. 3. 3.1 Thrown a lifeline within easy reach of a person 8m away. 3.2 Thrown a hand ball over-
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ProfIcIency adgesadges0escrIptIon ACCIDENT PREVENTION 1.Know and where possIble, demonstrate how to guard agaInst accIdents and when usIng: gas electrIcal applIances, kerosene stoves, naked lIghts, open fIres. 2.Know what specIal precautIons to take In the house wIth: 2.1Small chIldren 2.2Dld people J.Know at least three dIfferent ways of preventIng accIdents: J.1When boatIng and bathIng; J.2When usIng publIc transport, cars and cycles; J.JWhen wIth anImals; J.4n hIghrIse buIldIngs. 4.Know what specIal precautIons to take outdoors wIth regard to barbed wIre, poIsonous plants, storms and other hazards, e.g. Hornets, jellyfIsh etc.5.8e prepared to put your knowledge to the test In a gIven sItuatIon. ACILITY 1.8rIng a certIfIcate to show that she has completed one of the followIng clauses: 1.1Walked 6m over a rope brIdge; 1.2ClImbed Jm up a rope; 1.JSwam 25m. 2.2.1Covered Jkm at scout's pace. (JoggIng certIfIcate may be accepted). 2.20emonstrated good walkIng and runnIng. 2.JSkIpped contInuously for one mInute wIth rope turned backwards. J.J.1 Thrown a lIfelIne wIthIn easy reach of a person 8m away. J.2Thrown a hand ball overarm to a dIstance of 20m to land between two sIde lInes 4m apart. J.JCaught a hard ball from quIck short throws and from hIgh throws. J.4UsIng a tennIs ball, from a dIstance of 6m, hIt a target 0.5m square. 4.4.1ShowIng control and good posture, performed a balancIng feat on the floor or balanc apparatus. 4.2 0one a handstand agaInst a support. 4.J Leapfrogged In good style. AQUARIST 1.Dwn, or partown, an aquarIum of not less than three fIshes. 8e responsIble for the care of the fIshes, IncludIng feedIng and cleanIng, for at least sIx months or the CuIde may take care of an aquarIum In her School (If she does not own one herself). She should brIng a letter from her teacherIncharge to show that she has taken care of the aquarIum for 6 months. 2.Know the general requIrements for settIng up an aquarIum so as to maIntaIn a balance. J.FecognIse four common varIetIes of cold water or twelve varIetIes of tropIcal fIshes. 4.dentIfy the external vIsIble features of fIshes. 5.Choose four of the followIng aquarIum applIances and show that she understands theIr uses: feedIng rIngs; thermometers; fIlters; heaters; syphons; aerators; thermostats. Note: The tester Is to Inspect the aquarIum more than once In order to see that It Is correctly maIntaIned by the candIdate. APTIST 0rawIngs should be made on sheets of paper not less than 25cm by 17.5cm and should be of a good sIze and wellplaced. 1.0raw In charcoal, pastel or soft pencIl, an object provIded by the tester; add other objects and a background, to make a pleasIng composItIon. 2.|ake an IllustratIon of a subject chosen by the tester. J.8rIng one of the followIng, to be drawn In colour. J.1An ImagInatIve drawIng; J.2A landscape; J.JA fIgure drawIng; J.4A stIll lIfe drawIng; J.5A plant drawIng. 4.8rIng one of the followIng: 4.1A desIgn of sImple pattern suItable for wellpaper, embroIdery, or curtaIn materIal, IndIcatIng method of repetItIon. 4.2A drawIng In pen and Ink depIctIng a scene from the hIstory of the CuIde Company. 4.JA coloured desIgn for a poster, or book cover. 4.4A notIce wrItten In pen and Ink for a CuIde event. 4.5A batIk paIntIng. 4.6A pIece of work In metal relIef. 8e able to dIscuss the dIfferent medIa used In art. ATHLETE 1.Fun 100 metres In 15.4 seconds. 2.Fun 400 metres In 72.5 seconds. J.0o one of the followIng: J.1Long jump J.90 metres; J.2HIgh jump 1.20 metres. 4.0o one of the followIng: 4.1Throw dIscus (1.0kg) 15.0 metres; 4.2Throw a javelIn (600g) 15.0 metres; 4.JThrow a short putt (4kg) 6.J0 metres. Note: All events mst be ]ded n cccordcnce wth the lAFF Lcws overnn Trcck cnd Feld. ASKET-hAKEP 1.|ake two of the followIng, each In a dIfferent type of basketwork, such as cane, raffIa, straw, the base of one artIcle to be woven. 1.1|arket basket; 1.2|at; 1.JWork basket; 1.4Wastepaper basket. 2.Have a general knowledge of the raw materIal employed, how It Is obtaIned, and how It Is prepared for workIng. IRD WATCHER 1.8e a member of the Nature SocIety of SIngapore 2.Show her own fIeld notebook recordIng detaIled observatIon of sIx specIes of bIrds, IncludIng plumage, flIght, song, food, roostIng nest and eggs, and rearIng the young. J.Fead a book on bIrds and be prepared to dIscuss one of the followIng subjects wIth the tester: J.1|IgratIon; J.2TerrItory; J.JThe feet and beaks of bIrds; J.4SeabIrds; J.5Seasonal varIatIon In plumage.

DATSWAIN 1.SwIm 50m and keep afloat for 5 mIn wearIng clothes. 2.Use the followIng knots: reef, bowlIne, clovehItch, sheetbend, round turn and halfhItches. J.Throw an unweIghted lIne 10m. 4.0o one of the followIng sectIons: 4.1FowIng (I) |anage a dInghy sInglehanded, In response to InstructIons, to Include gettIng under way, turnIng, backIng, brIngIng alongsIde, and makIng fast.(II) Fow a boat wIth others. (III) Know the common terms used In connectIon wIth rowIng boats. 4.2SaIlIng(I) SaIl a dInghy sInglehanded and know how to manage It under varyIng condItIons. (II) 0emonstrate makIng and shortenIng saIl, tackIng, reachIng and runnIng. (III) PIck up moorIngs and come alongsIde. (Iv)|anage a dInghy under oars. (v) Know the common terms used In connectIon wIth rowIng and saIlIng dInghIes. Note: A lfe]ccket mst be worn for scln. 4.JCanoeIng (I)Show knowledge of general handlIng canoes. (II) Cet In and out from shallow water, from landIng stage, or from other craft In deep water. (III)8e able to paddle as sIngle or as partner In doubles. (Iv) 0emonstrate: (a) paddIng wIth feathered paddles; (b) how to use a paddle as stabIlIzer. (v)CapsIze a canoe, brIng ashore wIth paddles, and empty. Note:A lfe]ccket mst be worn for ccnoen. ANTI-0PUC AUSEThIs badge Is conducted at H0 level. Hence Interested guIdes wIll have to waIt for a cIrcular from H0 before applyIng. There are two stages to thIs badge. CertIfIcates wIll be presented to guIdes who pass Stage 1. A guIde must complete both stages before she can receIve the badge, whIch Is awarded by SANA. There Is a partIcIpatIon fee whIch Is nonrefundable.Stage a) Compulsory attendance at the AntI0rug Abuse Course for CuIdes and Scouts. b) At the end of the Course, candIdates wIll sIt for a wrItten test whIch Includes |ultIple ChoIce, True or False and Essaytype questIons. The passIng mark Is 60. Stage a) 0raw a poster on the theme of 0rug Abuse PreventIon. The Poster should have a SLDCAN. Any form of colourIng materIal could be used but the paper should be of the same sIze as the normal art paper used In schools. The candIdates Name, Coy, 0IstrIct and 0IvIsIon must be wrItten on the top FCHT HAN0 CDFNEF of the front of the paper. |arks would be awarded as follows: |essage10 marks Effort 10 marks PresentatIon10 marks TotalJ0 marks b) CompIle a Log 8ook whIch should Include the followIng: I.The candIdate's Name, Coy, 0IstrIct and 0IvIsIon on the front cover. II.A report on the Course attended. III. CuttIngs from newspapers and magazInes. Iv. A report on the candIdate's role as a 'Transfer Agent'. Note:To be a 'Transfer Agent' every candIdate must speak to TEN frIends and neIghbours on the subject of antIdrug abuse. HavIng spoken to them, the candIdate must answer all theIr questIons to the best of her abIlIty based on the knowledge gaIned from the Course.The followIng are to be Included In the report: Dne sample of what was spoken to the 10 persons. The names, addresses and telephone numbers of ALL the 10 persons for verIfIcatIon. The varIous questIons asked of each person. Answers gIven to these questIons that were raIsed. ThIs 'Transfer Agent' report should be Incorporated Into the Log 8ook (In the last few pages). Contents 10 marks EIIort10 marks Presentation10 marks Total 30 marks AllocatIon of marks .Log 8ook: . 'Transfer Agent' Feport - 40 marks The overall total Is 100 marks. Dnly those who scored 60 and above would be awarded the SANA AntI0rug Abuse 8adge.

CAMPER 1. 8rIng to the test a certIfIcate from a CuIder (qualIfIed camper) wIth whom she has camped statIng that she has proved herself to the useful and relIable and recommendIng her as a candIdate for that badge.2. Hold the Cook 8adge. J. Have camped for at least a week, 6 nIghts under canvas (not necessarIly consecutIve) and taken her share In the usual patrol dutIes.4. Know how to:4.1PItch, aIr and strIke a tent; 4.2Erect, strIke and pack up screenIng and poles. 5. Understand the care, In al weathers, of tents, groundsheets, beddIng and latrInes. Know how to carry out emergency repaIrs to a tent. 6. |ake a gadget or gadgets usIng the followIng lashIngs: square, trIpod and snake. 7. 7.1Construct a fIreplace for cookIng: collect and stack for suItable fIrIng; 7.2 Cook outofdoors: demonstratIng boIlIng, fryIng, steamIng, bakIng, makIng a hot drInk. 8. Understand:8.1How to store food IncludIng bread, butter, mIlk and meat; 8.2How to dIspose of all kInds of refuse. Note:The Tester mst be c qclfed Ccmper nomncted by the C.A/Ccmp Commssoner n consltcton wth the Ccmp Commttee. CAMPER (Extenson Secton 0nly).8rn to the test c certfccte from c 6der (qclfed ccmper) wth whom she hcs ccmped, stctn thct she hcs proved herself to be sefl cnd relcble, cnd recommendn her cs c ccnddcte for the bcde. 2.Hcve ccmped for ct lecst c week or two weekends cnd tcken pcrt n the scl pctrol dtes.J.Know how to: J.Ptch, cr cnd strke c tent; J.2Erect, strke cnd pcck p screenn poles.4.0nderstcnd the ccre, n cll wecthers, of tents, rondsheets, beddn cnd lctrnes. Know how to ccrry ot emerency repcrs to c tent.5.Mcke c cdet or cdets sn the follown lcshns: sqcre, trpod cnd sncke..Know how to constrct c freplcce stcble for c weekend ccmp; stcck stcble frewood.Z.0nderstcnd:Z.How to store food, ncldn brecd, btter, mlk cnd mect; Z.2How to dspose of cll knds of refse.Note: () The Tester mst be c qclfed ccmper nomncted by the Commssoner for Ccmp/Ccmp Advser n consltcton wth the Ccmp Commttee. ()No clternctve s sested for cny clcse: ecch ccnddcte mst ccrry ot cs mch prcctccl work cs her dscblty cllows. lf t s not prcctccl to ccrry ot certcn clcses on c prcctccl bcss, the Ccptcn s to dscss wth the tester the wcy n whch these pcrtclcr clcses ccn be tested.8.Hold the Cook 8cde or constrct c freplcce stcble for c weekend ccmp on the freplcce constrcted, n clcse . 8.Prepcre c hot drnk for two people; 8.2Cook porrde; 8.JCook rce or bol potctoes to be served ct c ven tme.Note:The ccnddcte need not hcve peeled the potctoes.

The test applIes throughout to chIldren of J to 5 years. The candIdate must have a sense of responsIbIlIty

IL0 NUPSE and a hIgh standard of personal cleanlIness; she must understand that when dealIng wIth a chIld, she must carry out whatever she has saId that she wIll do and must never resort to brIbery. A CuIde who holds thIs badge should be capable of takIng care of a chIld of the age group for any part of hIs day, and should realIze the Importance of reportIng to the mother any IrregularIty In routIne. The test may be taken In two parts, and the tester may delegate the testIng of Part If necessary. Part may be tested by guIde personnel. The test may be taken at the nursery home, creche, chIldren's hospItal or at a prIvate resIdence or home. Part 1. Know how a chIld should be clothed In sunny and wet weather. 2. Know what food Is suItable for hIm. J. Know what kInd of play materIal should be gIven. 4. Plan a day, recognIzIng the Importance of a regular routIne. 5. Know how to prevent accIdents In the house or garden. 6. Know how to take a chIld's temperature. Part Take charge of a chIld or small group of chIldren for a few hours under the supervIsIon of the tester. ThIs should Include: (I)HelpIng to wash before a meal, and servIng a meal; or puttIng to bed.(II)SettIng out suItable materIal for play and watchIng the play ( joInIng In If the chIld requIres It.) (III) TellIng a story.

CARPENTER 1. |ake a sImple wooden artIcle, e.g., patrol box, screen, table, bookshelf, stool, rabbIthutch, hencoop etc. 2. Pass one of the followIng clauses: 2.1Set up a wooden shelf; Note: Metcl brcckets mcy be sed. 2.2|ake a sImple door or gate fastener. Self constructed metal latch wIll be acceptable. 2.JFepaIr a pIece of furnIture strongly and neatly. J. Show that she can use the followIng tools and keep them In good workIng order: hammer, screwdrIver, saws, chIsel, brace and bIt, plane, ruler and ser square. 4. 4.1dentIfy and know the use of four kInds of naIls, e.g. wrought naIl, round wIre naIl, oval wIre naIl, lost head naIl, panel pIn, cloth naIl. 4.20emonstrate: drIvIng In naIls correctly; InsertIng screws (usIng countersInkIng technIque) and the use of sandpaper. 5. FecognIse dIfferent types of joInt, e.g. halved, mortIse and tenon, housIng, dovetaIl etc. Know for what each type Is suItable. 0IstInguIsh between hard and soft woods, plywood and hardboard. Know theIr approprIate uses and the dIfferent treatment and methods of fInIshIng each.

CITIZENSHIP 1. 8e able to answer questIons on: 1.1emocrccy |eanIng of the term; The ballotmethod of votIng; The franchIsevotes for all - Electoral LIst; A Ceneral ElectIon 1.2Prme Mnster's Dffce CommunIty Centres; FesIdents CommIttees; CItIzen's ConsultatIve CommIttees; ParlIamentary ConstItuency I.e. the CuIde's own dIstrIct. 1.JPcrlcment Crowth of the ParlIament System In SIngapore; The PresIdent and hIs Fole; Number of |embers and how they were elected; ComposItIon and setup; Work of ParlIament - LawmakIng, The CIvIl ServIce, Covernment 0ept, Statutory 8oards, CommIssIons, Passage of a 8Ill; |embers of ParlIament - Work, PrIvIleges, FenumeratIon; The Speaker's 0utIes, AssIstants, The Speaker's ChaIr and nsIgnIa of DffIce; 0uestIon TIme How It Is conducted, Its use; ParlIamentary News - FeportIng, PublIcatIon; 8roadcastIng and TelevIsIng - Speeches by |.Ps; LIfe of ParlIament - Length of maxImum lIfe, dIssolutIon, defeat and prorogatIon, vote of Censure; CommIssIons - mportance of - Nature of nvestIgatIons. 2. Prcctccl work |ake a Scrap 8ook of the Covernment at work. J. 8e able to speak brIefly on one of the followIng topIcs: Features of a multIracIal SocIety - the need for tolerance; The rIghts and responsIbIlItIes of a cItIzen; The ConstItutIon of SIngapore and how laws are made; Law and SecurIty In the FepublIc; The JudIcIary: Supreme Court, |agIstrate's Court, PolIce Court, The Armed Forces E SIngapore Law; FelatIonshIp wIth the Commonwealth. Dne Compulsory questIon to be asked wIll requIre the candIdate to gIve account of how she herself may be a good cItIzen. IVIL 0EFENE 1. ThIs badge Is conducted joIn by the SIngapore CIvIl 0efence Force (SC0F). t Is conducted at SCCA H0 level. CuIdes must waIt for a cIrcular on the badge to be sent to theIr schools before applyIng. Successful partIcIpants wIll be Issued a certIfIcate to purchase the badge. 2. CuIdes from aged 14 onwards and who are physIcally fIt may apply. J. All partIcIpatIng guIdes must attend the threeday course organIzed by the CIvIl 0efence. 4. PartIcIpatIng guIdes wIll have to sIt for a test whIch wIll be conducted on the thIrd day. Course Syllabus 5.1 CIvIl 0efence System (a)SurvIval Procedures (b)ProtectIon |easures (c)DrganIsatIon, Fole E FunctIon of SC0F (d)Nature of C0 In SIngapore(e)Fole of 7olunteers In an Emergency 5.2 FIrst AId (a)PrIncIples of FA/FA Pouch (b)Haemorrhage (c)CardIoPulmonary FesuscItatIon 5.J FIre FIghtIng (a)|ethod of ExtInguIshIng FIres and the Use of FIre (b)Dther |ethods of ExtInguIshIng FIre (c)Hazards In FIre FIghtIng 5.4 Fescue E EvacuatIon (a)TransportatIon of CasualtIes (b)Emergency |ethods of |ovIng CasualtIes (c)EvacuatIon Procedures DLLETDP 1. Show a collectIon, made over a perIod of at least sIx months, of one of the followIng: stamps, postcards, postmarks, crest or equIvalent; the materIal Is to be drawn from many sources as possIble. 0Iscuss wIth the tester: 1.1 Why she fInds thIs hobby InterestIng; 1.2 What she has learnt from It; 1.J How she can develop her Interest. Pass three of the followIng clauses: 2.1 |ake a scrapbook for a chIldren's hospItal; 2.2|ake a book of pIctures, cuttIng etc; to Illustrate World CuIdIng (I.e. wIthIn and/or outsIde the Commonwealth); 2.J (I) |ake at least twelve leaf prInts; name and mount them; or (II)|ake twelve coloured plaster casts of leaves or twIgs; or (III) |ount and label a collectIon of twIgs and fruIts of at least eIght trees, to gIve to a Company or Pack. 2.4 |ake a collectIon of at least ten objects whIch would be of Interest to a foreIgn Company or Pack, and descrIptIve catalogue to accompany It. Pack In a box small enough to be sent aboard by letter post; 2.5 Collect and mount IllustratIons of sIx bIrds that the candIdate has seen, together wIth InformatIon concernIng each to Include: (I)A descrIptIon of the bIrd; a partIcular characterIstIcs; where It Is lIkely to be found; and what It feeds on. (II) ts nest and eggs. Present the collectIon to the Company lIbrary. 2.6 |ake a collectIon of eIghteen wIld flowers wIth theIr leaves; press, mount and name them. Present them alone or another company. 2.7 Take a set of 15 photographs on a subject of her choIce. Note:The collecton s to ]de on nectness cnd method n crrcnement cnd on the nterest shown n t by the ccnddcte. DhPUTEP 1. 1.1 Able to dIscuss wIth the examIner the development of the computer, Its past hIstory, present trends and future developments. 1.2 0raw a block dIagram of a typIcal mIcrocomputer, descrIbe the varIous component parts and brIefly explaIn theIr functIons In the workIng of a mIcrocomputer. 1.J 0escrIbe 4 types of 0ata Storage 0evIces. 1.4 Know the dIfferences between computer systems. (|Icro, |InI, |edIum and Computer System). ElTHER 2. WrIte a programme desIgn (or flow chart) of a routIne whIch you perform daIly and produce a programme desIgn (or flow chart) for a programme you have wrItten. DR J.1 Show a workIng knowledge of a common computer language, and demonstrate Its use by wrItIng a Programme usIng 8ranchIng, Loops and SubroutInes on a agreed wIth the examIner. Fun thIs programme usIng a suItable computer and show the necessIty for good presentatIon and documentatIon. J.2 Able to Illustrate 6 applIcatIons of modern computers In busIness, educatIon, health and scIence. J.J Able to dIscuss wIth your examIners on the varIous applIcatIons and functIons of a personal computer that you are famIlIar wIth. (Example: Word ProcessIng, Personal FInancIng, Home SecurIty etc.) DDK Prcctccl 1. 8rIng a letter from her mother or 0omestIc ScIence teacher to say that she has prepared, cooked and served a complete dInner, and cleared away afterwards. 2. Cook at the test, a balanced meal usIng at least two of the followIng methods: 2.18oIlIng; 2.28akIng; 2.JSteamIng; 2.4StewIng; 2.5FryIng or grIllIng. Note: Cook c dessert or ccke, f not clrecdy nclded n the mecl. J. |ake a cup of tea, coffee or cocoa 4. Wash up competently utensIls, boards etc. used at the test. 5. Lay a table.Drcl Answer questIons on food and the dIshes just prepared. Have knowledge of the prIces and food values of the IngredIents used. Understand why specIal care Is necessary when cookIng vegetables and how theIr value may most easIly be conserved. PAFT 1. 0o three of the followIng clauses: 1.1EmbroIder an orIgInal desIgn; 1.2PrInt a pIece of materIal usIng lInoblock, potatocut, or screen or by tIedyIng; 1.J|ake a puppet; 1.4WhIttle an object from natural food; 1.5|odel a fIgure, or an anImal or bIrd, In lay, plastIcIne or wax; 1.6|ake a carvIng In a medIum, soft enough to cut easIly e.g. remnant cloth, twIne; 1.7|ake a pot; 1.8|ake a basket; 1.9|ake a pIcture usIng metal relIef e.g. copper, alumInIum; 1.10Weave a rug or pIece of materIal of a suItable sIze for some other artIcle; 1.11|ake a decoratIve floor coverIng In a suItable materIal e.g. remnant cloth, twIne; 1.12|ake a mosaIc; 1.1J|ake an artIcle usIng macram; 1.14|ake an artIcle usIng a craft other than one of those lIsted above. n addItIon brIng to the test one unfInIshed artIcle other than the craft that she has made, on whIch she can demonstrate the abIlIty to the tester.Note: Dnly one crtcle mcde n school wthn thct lcst 2 months mcybe sbmtted ct the test.

PIhE PPEVENTIDN ThIs badge Is joIntly organIzed by the SIngapore CIrl CuIdes AssocIatIon and the NatIonal CrIme PreventIon CouncIl. t Is conducted at dIvIsIon level. CuIdes must waIt for the cIrcular on the badge before applyIng. H0 wIll award the badges to successful partIcIpants. 1. Have knowledge of:1.1 PrIncIple of crIme preventIon and concept of selfhelp to prevent crIme; 1.2 PreventIon measures agaInst dIfferent categorIes of crImes; 1.J NeIghbourhood Watch/DperatIon dentIfIcatIon Schemes and theIr operatIons. 1.4 The role and functIons of NatIonal CrIme PreventIon CouncIl; 1.5 PolIce organIzatIonal set up and Its functIons; 1.6 CeographIcal boundarIes of PolIce Land 0IvIsIon and the varIous locatIons of PolIce StatIons 1.7 How and when to report crImes/suspIcIous sItuatIons. 2.Personal AssIgnments: 2.1 PartIcIpate actIvely In the NeIghbourhood Watch Scheme and persuade your parents to form and/or joIn the NeIghbourhood Watch Croups; 2.2 8rIng handouts, pamphlets, checklIst on crIme preventIon to the attentIon of parents; 2.J Persuade parents on the ImplementatIon of preventIve measures to protect the homes and Its propertIes; 2.4 PractIse regularly measures of crIme preventIon at home, school and on the streets; 2.5 Take part In DperatIon dentIfIcatIon by markIng on personal valuables; 2.6 7IsIt a crIme preventIon exhIbItIon held at any publIc housIng estate or other locatIons or vIsIt the crIme preventIon (demonstratIon) room at the CrIme PreventIon 0epartment, Pearl's HIll; 2.7 Keep a log book of artIcles, newspaper cuttIngs, photographs/pIctures on crIme preventIon. |arks wIll be awarded for content, effort and presentatIon. The passIng mark Is 50; 2.8 0raw a poster measurIng at least J7.5cm by 27.5cm wIth any form of colourIng materIals depIctIng the theme on crIme preventIon. |arks wIll be awarded for message, effort and presentatIon. The passIng mark Is 50. WrItten Test:- A guIde wIll be allowed to sIt for the wrItten test upon the successful completIon of parts (1) and (2). COMMONWEALTH KNOWLEDGE

1. 0Iscuss wIth the tester the meanIng of the term "The Commonwealth". UsIng a nonCommonwealth bloc map, poInt out ten dIfferent Commonwealth countrIes, at least one from each of the followIng regIons: 1.1North and South AmerIca; 1.2Europe; 1.JAfrIca; 1.4AsIa. ExplaIn how each country Is represented In the World AssocIatIon of CIrl CuIdes and CIrl Scouts. Choose one country from each regIon, state when It became Independent and what form of Independence It has. f It Is not Independent, IndIcate brIefly how much selfgovernment It has today and how It became part of the Commonwealth. 2. Keep a record of three weeks of any happenIngs that she fInds specIally InterestIng In Commonwealth countrIes overseas. (ThIs record can be In the form of an Illustrated dIary, press cuttIngs, pIctorIal map, etc.) J. |ake an InterestIng collectIon of at least fIve dIfferent thIngs other than postage stamps, each from a dIfferent Commonwealth country, and poInt out these countrIes on a map. 4. Choose a Commonwealth country other than her own and compIle a book or an exhIbItIon to Include pIctures and notes etc. on such subjects as races, relIgIons, hIstory, natural features, clImate, products, ways of travellIng, characterIstIcs customs, songs, dances, etc. 5. Choose a Commonwealth country where condItIons are dIfferent from hers. FInd out and tell the tester how the everyday lIfe of a gIrl In that country contrasts wIth her own, and suggest possIble reasons for the dIfferences. Note: ()The contry for clcses 4 cnd 5 mcy be the scme. () The tester for ths bcde mst be cpponted n consltcton wth the 6de Advser. CYCLIST 1. Have the use and be able to rIde and control a bIcycle. 2. Know how to keep It clean and In good workIng order and what maIntenance Is necessary for the lIghts, chaIns, tyres, bells and brakes. J. 8e able to read a road map and have a practIcal knowledge of the HIghway Code as It relates to the cyclIst and tell the tester about the dangers of dark, loose clothIng, personal stereos, badly arranged loads and Inadequate lIghtIng when cyclIng. 4. |end a puncture. ExplaIn the dangers assocIated wIth cyclIng on hIlls, In cIty traffIc and on open hIghway. 0ANEP 1. Know three characterIstIcs natIonal dances of SIngapore.Perform at least one of them. 2. Perform a sequence of movements showIng one of the followIng: ballet, modern dance, or natural movement technIque. J. To musIc chosen by the tester, choreograph a dance that shows sense of rhythm, grace of movement and vIvIdness of expressIon. Note: Tester mcy be c teccher n the school's cnce Socety. ENTAL HEALTH 1.Know the structure and functIon of teeth. 2. |ake a model or chart of a tooth wIth whatever materIals that can be used.J. Know the varIous oral hygIene aIds and theIr correct use.4. Know the Importance of good nutrItIon for good dental health.5. Name 6 foods whIch contaIn free sugars and how they affect dental health. 6. 0emonstrate how a younger chIld can be taught to practIce good oral hygIene.Project:0o a dental health project e.g. scrapbook, essay, poster, class talk at school, Company, Pack etc. E|EFCENCY HELPEF (8ENNAL) 1. Pack up a fIrst aId case suItable for hIkIng.2. 0emonstrate how to deal wIth the followIng eIther In or outdoors;Haemorrhage (from external wounds only); burns and scalds; blIsters; Insect bItes; sunburn. J. Understand the danger of movIng an unconscIous person and the steps taken to prevent further Injury. 4. Know ways of ImprovIsIng a stretcher and of carryIng a patIent; show untraIned helpers how to do It. 5. Treat for shock.6. 6.1 Use a manIkIn or mask, demonstrate artIfIcIal respIratIon by the expIred aIr mouthtonose method, and mouthtomouth method of resuscItatIon. 0emonstrate that actIon to be taken In case of vomItIng by the patIent. 6.2 0emonstrate one other method of artIfIcIal respIratIon on a patIent. 7. Taken temperature and pulse. 8. Clean and dress a wound. 9. Know the quIckest way of gettIng a doctor, an ambulance and the polIce. 10. Know how to deal wIth fIre and electrIcal accIdents. 11. Treat a patIent unconscIous from a fIt a faIntIng. Note:The tester mst be c qclfed doctor, or Stcte Restered Nrse, or cn nstrctor n Frst Ad cnd Home Nrsn to one of the follown bodes: ()The Red Cross Socety() St. 1ohn Amblcnce AssocctonThe nstrctors for the syllcbs cre not reqred to hold cny speccl qclfcctons. ENEPCY DNSEPVATIDN ThIs badge In conducted by the Energy EffIcIency Centre and Is taken at Company level. CIrculars from the Energy EffIcIency Centre are sent dIrect to the schools.Stce1. Attend the 2day workshop organIzed by the Energy EffIcIency Centre. Stce 21. |ake a Log 8ook to show the tester why energy conservatIon Is Important to SIngapore. 8rIng to the test a letter from her parents to show that she Is not wasteful In the use of energy In the home to support her understandIng of the Importance of energy conservatIon. ENTEPTAINEP 1. Perform two Items, each to last at least two mInutes, from the followIng: dancIng, sIngIng, playIng an Instrument, recItIng. Note: The tems mcy be of the scme knd, e.. two contrcsted sons. The stcndcrd s to be very hh cnd stcble for c pblc entertcnment. 2. EntertaIn CuIdes for ten mInutes wIth at least two of the followIng (other than Items performed In clause 1): ConjurIng trIcks; playIng whIstle , banjo, harmonIca, harp and any other portable Instrument; character sketches; storIes; songs and chorus; mIme. Note: The stcndcrd need not be hh cs n clcse , bt stcble for c ccmpfre. ENVIPDNhENTALIST For thIs badge, guIdes may work alone or In groups of not more than 4.There are altogether 4 clauses to complete: 1. Select two of the vIdeotapes lIsted In AppendIx and vIew them before embarkIng on the other clauses. 2. |ake eIther a Log 8ook, a short vIdeo (not more than 15 mIn) or a slIde presentatIon on one of the followIng Items: 2.1 SavIng valuable resources (e.g. water, trees/wood/paper, fuel lIe petroleum, electrIcIty, metals etc). State the Importance of savIng on resources and gIve practIcal suggestIons on how to do so. LIst envIronmental frIendly alternatIves. CIve specIfIc brands/ models (e.g. XXX bulbs consume less energy) If relevant. 0Iscuss the possIbIlItIes of recyclIng to lower the depletIon of raw materIals. 2.2 LIst substances whIch are harmful to the envIronment (e.g. toxIc wastes, harmful nItrates, excessIve amount of carbon dIoxIde, ozone etc.) and how they are Introduced Into the envIronment (e.g. through manufacturIng etc.). Suggest ways to combat theIr consumptIon. 2.J |ake a research Into how garbage Is dIsposed In SIngapore. What are the problems: 7IsIt IncInerators If possIble. Show how some of the wastes can be reduced, reused, or even recycled. 2.4 |ake a study of an anImal whIch has been declared 'endangered' and show how |an was responsIble for the cause of Its near extInctIon. Suggest how |an may reverse hIs actIons In an effort to protect It.2.5 Collect artIcles from newspapers and magazInes IllustratIng how actIons of people harm, or help, the envIronment. Study what a government, voluntary or commercIal agency has done to help protect the envIronment. 2.6 |ake a lIst of government, and eIther voluntary or commercIal agencIes whIch have undertaken projects In relatIon to envIronmental protectIon. |ake a careful study of one of the projects, showIng Its contrIbutIons. J. J.1 UsIng scarp materIals, make a practIcal and useful object (the craft should not be ornamental). 0etaIl what materIals have been used (e.g. unwanted paper from an old torn garment). No new materIals ought to be purchased for the makIng of thIs Item.DF J.2 |ake a poster or collage depIctIng any theme on protectIng and carIng for the envIronment. The poster/collage should be dIsplayed In school. DrganIse a 'Creen' servIce project (e.g. tree plantIng organIzed by you or your group etc.) It may be an effort to Increase the awareness of the communIty as well. (ThIs clause may be done In a group of 28). IRST AID (IENNIAL) 1. 1.18e prepared to: treat for shock followIng an accIdent; arrest bleedIng; treat a patIent unconscIous from an accIdent, fIt or faIntIng; resuscItate the apparently drowned usIng any approved method, usIng a manIkIn or mask, demonstrate artIfIcIal respIratIon; by the expIred aIr mouthtonose method, and mouthtomouth method. 0emonstrate the actIon to be taken In case of vomItIng by the patIent. 1.20emonstrate one other method of artIfIcIal respIratIon on a patIent. 1.JKnow how to deal wIth fIre and electrIcal accIdents. 1.40ress a wound. 2. Show posItIons of maIn arterIes: know how to stop bleedIng (wIthout usIng a tournIquet) from veIns, arterIes and capIllarIes. J. Know how to recognIze fractures and prevent further InjurIes In case of fracture and dIslocatIon; understand the danger of movIng or handlIng a patIent when the extent of the Injury In case of fracture and dIslocatIon; understand the danger of movIng or handlIng a patIent when the extent of the Injury Is not known. 4. 4.1mprovIse: a stretcher; splInts; the paddIng of splInts. 4.2WIth assIstance: carry an Injured person; and a patIent on the stretcher ImprovIsed In clause (4.1). 5. Telephone a message gIven verbally and In wrItIng. 6. 6.1FIt up a sImple fIrst aId case; or 6.20escrIbe three occasIons on whIch the candIdate has gIven fIrst aId. Note:()The Tester mst be c qclfed doctor, or Stcte Restered Nrse, or cn nstrctor n Frst Ad to one of the bodes lsted n (l\). () The ccnddcte s to be cssessed on her powers of thnkn cnd qck ccton n cn emerency. ()lnstrctors for the syllcbs mst hcve cned the bcde on c tecchn bcss, or hold some hher qclfccton. (v) The holder of one of the follown qclfes for the bcde: ) Red Cross Socety Senor Frst Ad Certfccton 2) St. 1ohn Amblcnce Assoccton Essentcl Frst Ad FIPE FICTEP 1. Know the precautIons to take to prevent fIres. 2. 0emonstrate how to deal wIth fIre Indoors In the InItIal stage. (eg. An overturned oIl lamp, clothes on fIre etc.) J. Know how to beat out a lallang and bush fIre. 4. Know what to do In case of a house on fIre (I.e. warnIng Inmates, callIng the fIre servIce, ambulance and polIce). 5. TIe and know the uses of a bowlIne on the bIght or chaIr knot; organIze bucket chaIn; demonstrate how to crawl through smoke and drag out an Injured person. 6. 6.1 UsIng a manIkIn or wearIng mask, demonstrate artIfIcIal respIratIon by the expIred aIr mouthtonose method, and mouthtomouth method. 0emonstrate the actIon to be taken In case of vomItIng by the patIent. 0emonstrate one other method of artIfIcIal respIratIon on a patIent. 0emonstrate how to deal wIth shock and burns. mprovIse a stretcher. OOTDRILL 1. CuIdes must undergo the 8asIc 0rIll TraInIng conducted by qualIfIed offIcers for at least a month. 2. CuIdes must be able to do drIll and also Instruct a squad of at least 6 guIdes wIth the followIng commands: 2.1Skuad SedIa 2.2Skuad Senang 0IrI Skuad FIhatkan dIrI 2.JSkuad akan bergerak ke kIrI bertIgatIga, ke belakang pusIng Skuad akan bergerak ke kanan bertIgatIga, ke kanan pusIng 2.4Skuad akan menghadap ke hadapan, ke kanan pusIng Skuad akan menghadap ke belakang, ke belakang pusIng Skuad akan menghadap ke hadapan, ke belakang pusIng 2.5Skuad bergerak ke kanan bertIgatIga, ke kanan pusIng 0arI kIrI cepat jalan Hormat ke kanan hormat Hormat ke hadapan hormat 2.6|enghadap ke hadapan ke kanan pusIng, berhentI 2.78ergerak ke kIrI bertIgatIga, ke kanan pusIng 0arI kIrI cepat jalan 8erhentI |enghadap ke hadapan, ke kanan pusIng Keluar barIs J. CuIdesmust attaIn at least 80 of the total marks before they can be awarded the badge Note: 6des mst be tested by cn cdlt offcer wth the mnmm rcnk of Letencnt. RIEND TO THE HEARING IMPAIRED 1. Show that she speaks to a deaf person clearly and naturally, and that she Is aware of the condItIons when lIp readIng Is possIble and when It Is not possIble. Understand the rIght posItIon to adopt In order to gIve the lIpreader the best chance of readIng the lIp successfully. 2. 8e able to use the |anual Alphabet and the Total CommunIcatIon |ethod and know when It Is necessary and possIble to use these methods to read what Is spelt slowly to her by another person. Note: Ths bcde s ntended to eqp hecrn 6des wth cn elementcry nderstcndn of the methods of helpn two knds of decf persons, .e. Those who cre cccstomed to converse by lprecdn, cnd those who se only the fner clphcbet. RIEND TO THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED 1. Know the best ways of guIdIng and helpIng blInd people.2. TranscrIbe from prInt, wIth no more than ten errors, three large sheets of 8raIlle (Standard EnglIsh, Crade 1). J. Fead, by sIght or touch, prose and poetry from Crade 1 8raIlle, InterlIned and wrItten on both sIdes. Note: () 8lnd 6des cre not elble for ths bcde, bt mst tcke the 8rclle 8cde. ()The Tester for the wrtten clcses mst hold the Certfccte of the Nctoncl lnsttte for the 8lnd or the Nctoncl Lbrcry for the 8lnd. () The holder s expected to se her knowlede n the servce of the blnd.GARDENER 1. CultIvate, keep tIdy and crop a pIece of ground for not less than sIx months.2. Know the types of soIl and subsoIl; Its advantages and dIsadvantages; and what can be done to Improve It. Know for what crops It Is partIcularly suItable.J. Crow three kInds of flowers and three kInds of vegetables. 4. Know how to protect plants from drought, wIng and pests. Know what anImals are most helpful and most troublesome. 5. 0emonstrate: sowIng seeds; takIng a cuttIng; transplantIng a plant; the use and care of spade, hoe and rake. Note: The test shold be sprecd over c perod of three months to encble the tester to nspect the crden from tme to tme.

AR0ENER (Extenson Secton 0nly).Pcss one of the follown clcses: .Hcve c chcre of c wndow box or flowers n pots for sx months; .2Hcve rown blbs sccessflly n fbre or sol; .JHcve rown sccessflly two knds of tree seedln n fbre, moss or bottles.2.2.Know the ses n sol of soot, lme, wood csh cnd crtfccl mcnres; how to keep sol fresh n wndow boxes; or2.20nderstcndn the sown secsons cnd cpproxmcte tme tcken to rown sx veetcbles.J. Know the ncmes cnd ses of ordncry tools cnd ther ccre; orJ.2 Know whct s mecnt by trenchn, rnnn, stckn, thnnn ot. CYhNAST Floor Exercse: Strcht Mcts 1. 1.1From a startIng posItIon, rIse on tIptoe; 1 step forward on the rIght, thrustIng left leg forward Into lunge posItIon (Arms are swung sImultaneously upwards). Extend body and rIse onto toes keepIng left leg fully straIghtened and extended. 1.2J runnIng steps to a dIve forward roll. Execute a stretch jump after the roll to a standIng posItIon. 2. 2.1J runnIng steps to a splIt jump. Land on the rIght. 2.2Take 2 steps (L or F) to a turn. 2.JTake 1 step backwards on the rIght to a standIng posItIon. Lean backwards to a sImple backward roll landIng In a straddle posItIon. J. J.1Lean backwards; brIng legs together to a 'candlestIck' posItIon. Arms remaIn on the floor. J.2Lower body and legs to a sIttIng posItIon. Transfer weIght forward onto rIght knee. Arms move upward to a vertIcal posItIon.J.JLean forward and rIse onto toes, back leg (F leg) fully extended and straIghtened. 4.1 Take J runnIng steps forward to a cartwheel on the left.4.2 Step forward on the left leg to a lunge posItIon, left arm slIghtly rounded In front of the body and rIght arm laterally held. Execute a turn to the left on toes - arm laterally held and left arm In a vertIcal posItIon. RIENDS TO ANIMALS 1. Dwn, or part own, an anImal or bIrd. 2. Have a general knowledge of how to feed the anImals and keep It healthy. J. Know how to obtaIn advIce on sIck anImals from a veterInary surgeon or other authorIty, e.g. S.P.C.A.; be able to carry out the treatment as Instructed. 4. Know how to gIve medIcIne to an anImal. 5. Understand how It Is possIble to be cruel to an anImal by: 5.1Dver feedIng 5.2Lack of dIscIplIne In traInIng 5.JUnsuItable lIvIng condItIons, e.g. kennel, cage etc 5.4nsuffIcIent care In groomIng etc. Have a thorough knowledge of the natural hIstory of two domestIc anImals, other than the anImals whIch belongs to her and descrIbe theIr habIts and usefulness. HANDCRAT 1. |ake a useful Item InvolvIng the followIng skIlls: 1.1KnIttIng 1.2CrochetIng 1.JWeavIng 1.4KnottIng 1.5Patchwork 2. |ake J useful or ornamental artIcles InvolvIng the: 2.1Wood 2.2Clay 2.JPlastIcs 2.4Leather or equIvalent materIals AN0YWDhAN 1. Work a sewIngmachIne and understand cleanIng, oIlIng, replacIng needle etc. 2. Feplace an electrIc bulb; or clean and trIm an oIl lamp. J. Know where In her own house to turn off at the maIn, the gas, electrIcIty and water supplIes (If any) 4. Thoroughly clean and repaInt wIth at least two coats of the followIng: a chaIr, table, door, wIndow frame, or equIvalent. 5. 5.1Clean paInt brushes; 5.2TIe up a parcel neatly; 5.JSharpen a knIfe on a steel or grIndstone. 6. Pass two of the followIng clauses: 6.1FIt a new handle to a handbag or a shoppIng bag; 6.2SplIce a rope; 6.JFepaIr a chIna ornament or equIvalent; 6.4FepaIr a wooden artIcle. 7. Pass four of the followIng clauses: 7.1Change a roller blInd; or fIx a curtaIn raIl and hang curtaIns; 7.2Lay lInoleum or lInoleum tIles; 7.JFepaIr a mat or small carpet, or bInd a carpet edge; 7.4Unblock a sInk waste pIpe; 7.5Fenew a washer on a tap; 7.6Paper a room, If necessary, wIth assIstance; 7.7Clean and polIsh a floor; 7.8PolIsh a small table or equIvalent; 7.9|end an electrIc fuse or plug; know what precautIons to take; 7.10Cover a table, shelves or equIvalent, wIth adhesIve plastIc materIal; 7.11FepaIr a pIece of furnIture; 7.12PaInt or colourwash a ceIlIng or walls; 7.1J|ake a useful artIcle for the house or garden, showIng correct use of screws and naIls. Note: The test shold be sprecd over c perod of tme cnd shold be ]ded cs fcr cs possble on the cctcl hosehold ]obs ccrred ot. EALT 1. Keep the CuIde Health Fecord Card for the two months ImmedIately prIor to the test to show the efforts she Is makIng to maIntaIn good health habIts. 0Iscuss these wIth the tester. 2. Show by her personal appearance at the test that she Is genuInely Interested In good health and groomIng; answer questIons on cleanlIness of clothIng and toIlet artIcles, and the use and abuse of cosmetIcs and deodorants. J. Understand the dangers of IllfIttIng and unsuItable footwear. 8rIng to the test two paIrs of her own shoes that she consIders suItable for dIfferent occasIons, e.g. school, job, campIng, partIes etc. 4. 0Iscuss wIth the tester how health Is affected by cleanlIness, smokIng, food, drInk, unwIse dIetIng, deportment, exercIse, late nIghts. 0Iscuss wIth the tester how she spends her leIsure tIme to show that she Is tryIng to maIntaIn a balance In her varIous actIvItIes, Interests and work. IKEP 1. Co on at least eIght hIkes and keep brIef notes.The hIkes are to Include three wIth cookIng (menus to be gIven); fIve for explorIng, to Include two dIfferent types of hIke, e.g. 8Ird watchIng, followIng a stream, vIsItIng places or buIldIngs of Interest, when cookIng Is not essentIal. Dn each occasIon at least 5km Is to be covered on foot. The hIkes may be a spread over a perIod of not more than two years prIor to the test.2. Know the responsIbIlItIes Involved wIth regard to trespassIng, gates, nature reserves, and vegetatIon and lIghtIng fIres. J. Pack and be able to use a fIrst aId kIt suItable for hIkIng. At the test, cook In the open two dIshes of her own choIce, one wIth utensIls and one wIthout. DhEhAKEP 1. 8rIng a statement sIgned by her parent or guardIan showIng that she has been thorough In her work, tIdy and helpful In the home. 8rIng a sIgned statement showIng that the CuIder has satIsfIed herself through personal contact wIth the home that the candIdate has fulfIlled the requIrements of clauses 2,J and 4.2. Carry out the followIng for seven consecutIve days or four consecutIve weekends: 2.1Clean her own and another person's shoes; 2.2AIr and make beds satIsfactorIly. J. Lay the table for a meal for the famIly; clear away and wash up afterwards, leavIng the kItchen tIdy. 4. Carry out the weekly cleanIng of a room. 5. Clean a cooker (gas or electrIc), mIcrowave oven, stand fan or frIdge. 6. Know how to use and clean a dustbIn and how to clean the sInk and keep It free from grease. 7. 7.1 Understand sImple food values; plan a balanced meal for a famIly; 7.2 Know how to do the household shoppIng, how to choose fresh food and how to store It at home; 7.J Know how to use up leftover food. 8. Home PreservIng:Prepare one of the followIng: jam, pIckles, chutney or equIvalent. 9. |end household lInen. 10. Know how to prevent accIdents common In the home. DhEhAKEP (ExtensIon SectIon DnIy) 1. 8rIng a statement from her parent or guardIan (or member of the staff In the case of hospItal or company), showIng that she has been tIdy, helpful and thorough In her work. 2. Carry out the followIng for seven consecutIve days or four consecutIve weekends: 2.1Lay and lIght a fIre economIcally or Clean her own and another person's shoes; 2.2AIr and make beds satIsfactorIly. J. Lay the table for a meal for the famIly; clear away and wash up afterwards, leavIng the kItchen and scullery tIdy. 4. Carry out the weekly cleanIng of a room. 5. 0emonstrate sweepIng, dustIng, scrubbIng and washIng up the kItchen and table utensIls. 6. Know how to keep a dustbIn clean and sanItary and a sInk clean and free from grease. 7. Know how to judge the freshness of foodstuffs. Understand sImple food values and know whIch foods are bodybuIldIng, warmIng and protectIng. 8. Clean and polIsh brass, copper, knIves and sIlver. 9. |end household lInen by hand; be prepared to demonstrate thIs at the test. 0elIver a verbal message to three dIfferent people at least half an hour after hearIng It. HORSEWOMAN 1. FIdIng Have a seat Independent of the reIns; maIntaIn the correct seat and posItIon of the hands. 8e able to control her mount and use the correct aIds In elementary movements, I.e. turnIng, cIrclIng, IncreasIng and decreasIng speed. Jump low fences In good style. 2. Stable |anagement 2.1dentIfy the essentIal Items of the groomIng kIt and know theIr uses; 2.2Have an elementary understandIng of the care and cleanIng of saddlery; 2.JHave an elementary knowledge of feedIng and waterIng, and understandIng the Importance of cleanlIness In the stables; 2.40emonstrate saddlIng, brIdlIng and ruggIngup. Note:A holder of the 'C' Certfccte of the Pony Clb qclfes for ths bcde. HOSTESS 1. EntertaIn the tester, or someone chosen by her, e.g. at mornIng coffee, afternoon tea, a party, or a suItable CuIde event. 2. Know, and where possIble demonstrate, the chIef thIngs to remember when entertaInIng a guest or guests: 2.1ComIng to stay, e.g. PreparatIon of room, layIng of table etc. 2.2ComIng for a party or sImIlar functIon. E.g. nvItatIons, IntroductIons, arrangement of rooms, refreshments, washroom arrangements. J. WrIte letters: J.1nvItIng to a party or sImIlar event; J.2nvItIng a frIend to stay; J.JAcceptIng an InvItatIon, refusIng an InvItatIon (one to be formal). J.4ThankIng after a vIsIt. Note:The tester to select two to be wrtten ct the test. INTERPRETER (IENNIAL) 1. Fead, wrIte and converse In two languages and use a phrase book IntellIgently. 2. Answer questIons that would probably be asked by a foreIgn vIsItor on arrIval In thIs country. J. J.1Help a vIsItor from abroad on a shoppIng expedItIon, Interpret her needs and know the relatIve values of the two currencIes. J.2Take a vIsItor from abroad on a sIghtseeIng expedItIon In her own localIty. 4. Help a vIsItor from abroad to plan a journey. Know where all necessary InformatIon can be obtaIned. 5. Know In whIch country/countrIes the language of her choIce Is the natIve tongue, and whether It Is/they are member/members of the World AssocIatIon; know the unIform(s), badges of the CuIde AssocIatIon(s) of the country/countrIes and the NatIonal Flag(s). Note:The tester mcy mpersoncte c foren vstor f necesscry. KNITTER

1. KnIt one of the followIng: 1.1A paIr of socks or stockIngs wIth heel; 1.2A paIr of gloves wIth fIngers; 1.JA jersey or cardIgan. 2. KnIt or crochet one other garment, e.g. Cap, hood, paIr of mIttens wIth thumbs, bedroom slIppers etc. J. Follow prInted knIttIng dIrectIons. 4. 4.1Turn a heel; 4.2FInIsh foot of sock from where decreasIng begIns; 4.J0IvIde stItches and knIt one fInger of glove; 4.4Follow wrItten InstructIons for decreasIng a shaped cap. Note:The crtcle n clcsemcy be kntted on c mcchne. Prnted knttn nstrctons mcy be sed. KNDTTEP 1. 1.1TIe each of the followIng knots neatly and correctly: bowlIne, clovehItch, donkey hItch, double overhand, fIsherman's, man harness, packer's reef, round turn and two half hItches, sheetbend, tImber hItch. 1.20emonstrate the use of any three of the above knots chosen by the tester. 2. 2.1Construct a trIpod. 2.20emonstrate square, dIagonal and snake lashIng; make a gadget usIng at least two of these.J. J.1Felay the ends of a rope. J.20emonstrate three of the followIng: saIlmaker's whIppIng, westcountry whIppIng, sImple whIppIng, back splIce, eye splIce. 4. |ake one of the followIng: lanyard, dog lead, strIng bag, hammock, or equIvalent approved by the tester.LANGUAGE (OR THE DEA)

1. WrIte and tell the names of: 1.110 thIngs used In the house; 1.210 thIngs used In school or at work; 1.J6 thIngs used for sewIng; 1.410 thIngs to be seen outofdoors In a town; 1.510 thIngs to be seen outofcountry; 1.610 CuIde words, e.g. Camp, hIke, patrol etc; 1.76 ways of cookIng; 1.86 colours 2. 2.1 Act wIth her Patrol a story to show that she understands each of the CuIde Laws. DF 2.2 |ake a collectIon of pIctures showIng people keepIng the Laws. WrIte a short letter applyIng for a job, or askIng a frIend to tea, or tellIng a frIend somethIng she wIll be pleased to hear. LAUN0PESS 1. Wash and fInIsh: 1.1A whIte cotton artIcle; 1.2A coloured cotton garment; 1.JA garment made from rayon or other synthetIc fIbre; 1.4A woolen garment; 1.5A paIr of socks or stockIngs. Dne garment In 1.1, 1.2 or 1.J Is to have Inset sleeves. 2. 0escrIbe the routIne of washIng day eIther wIth or wIthout a washIng machIne.Show knowledge of staIn removal and use of water starch. Note:Some pcrts of the syllcbs mst be demonstrcted ct the test. LIESAVER (IENNIAL) 1. Throw a lIfelIne to a person at least 10m away.2. For at least two mInutes: 2.1UsIng a manIkIn or wearIng mask, demonstrate artIfIcIal respIratIon by the expIred aIr mouthtonose method and mouthtomouth method. 0emonstrate the actIon to be taken In case of vomItIng by the patIent. 2.20emonstrate one other method of artIfIcIal respIratIon on a patIent, Treat for shock. J. 0emonstrate In the water: J.1Dne method of release from each of the followIng clutches: wrIst, neck, body and from behInd; J.2Tow subject 20m by: (I) sInglehanded method; (II)doublehanded method; (III) 'tIred swImmer' method. 4. From the surface of the water recover from the bottom at a depth of at least 2m, an object approxImately 2.5kg and brIng It to land. f the candIdate faIls at her fIrst attempt, the test must be repeated three tImes and must be successfully completed on each occasIon. 5. Enter the water feet fIrst from at least 2m makIng shallowest possIble entry, swIm 200m wIth head up approach, submerge to pass and approach subject from behInd, support for J0 seconds, and tow 20m usIng any method other than those used In clause J. Land subject correctly. Note:A holder of the R.l.S.S 8ronze Medcllon (renewed wthn 5 yecrs) s exempt from clcses 2, 4 cnd 5. LOCAL HISTORY 1. 7IsIt a buIldIng or area of Interest and gIve an account of her dIscoverIes.2. Know a story of the vIcInIty In the past, or descrIbe the area at one perIod In the past.J. Choose one of the followIng and dIscover somethIng about It; a local legend, custom or craft; or dIscover the orIgIn of sIx local place names. Know somethIng of the lIves of three people who have played an InterestIng role In the hIstory of SIngapore. hAP PEA0EP 1. Understand the meanIng of: 1.1ConventIonal mappIng sIgns; 1.2Scale; 1.JNatIonal CrId (In use on Drdnance Survey maps) 2. Show how to use a compass (sIxteen poInts); fInd dIrectIon by the sun and stars. J. 8e able to fInd the way from one poInt to another, followIng; J.1A street map; J.2An Drdnance Survey map. Dne of these to be selected by the tester for demonstratIon. 4. 4.1Set a map; 4.2|ake a sketch map from a descrIptIon gIven by the tester; 4.JWrIte a descrIptIon from an Drdnance Survey map of a 5km to 8km walk, chosen by the tester 8rIng a selfmade map of a small area chosen prevIously by the tester. MINSTREL 1. Play: 1.1The NatIonal Anthem from memory; 1.2A march or folk dance. 2. Pcno: Play scales and common chord arpeggIos In major and relatIve mInor keys up to four sharps and four flats. Recorder: Play scales In major and relatIve mInor keys up to two sharps and two flats and one octave of the open chromatIc scale. Note:Ths clcse mst be cdcpted for strn plcyers, bt shold not exceed n dffclty 6rcde 4 of the Assoccted 8ocrd excmnctons. The ob]ect s cccrccy rcther thcn speed. J. Play two contrasted pIeces, one by a classIcal composer and one by a modern composer. 4. Fead sImple musIc at sIght. Note: ()Ths test mcy nclde cny nstrment cnd s ntended to meet the needs of ccnddctes of wdely dffern opportntes. The peces chosen mst be properly plcyed thoh there s no excct stcndcrd of effcency; the test to be sted to the ccnddcte's ce. () The tester mcy cwcrd the bcde to c ccnddcte who hcs pcssed c reconzed msccl excmncton ct 6rcde 4 level or hher provded she possess clcse (.) cnd (.2). NATURALIST 1. |ake a survey of a partIcular area for 8 to 10 weeks. dentIfy Its flora and fauna; make notes of theIr dIstrIbutIon and InterrelatIonshIp. 0o her best to preserve the envIronment. 2. |ake a collectIon of 10 plant specImens and 5 anImal specImens found In the area under InvestIgatIon. (Plant specImens are to be mounted on herbarIum sheets; anImal specImens to be kept In dryIng specImen bottles.) J. FeferrIng to the area under InvestIgatIon, pass 2 of the followIng clauses: J.1|ake a detaIled study of 5 dIfferent anImals as regards to theIr adaptatIon to theIr mode of lIfe; J.2Study 10 plants, whIch may Include trees, grasses and wIld flowers; descrIbe theIr leaves, flowers and fruIts. Know how the flowers are pollInated and how the seeds are dIspersed; J.JdentIfy 5 bIrds by theIr appearance, flIght, call or song. |ake a detaIled study of them as regards to adaptatIon to theIr mode of lIfe. Note:For clcsescnd J, tcke photorcphs (where possble) cnd mcke drcwns to llstrcte the florc cnd fcnc nder stdy. NEEDLEWOMAN 1. Have a workIng knowledge of: 1.1The correct use of a pattern, IncludIng plannIng on materIal and cuttIng out; 1.2The use of a sewIng machIne; Note:lf no mcchne s cvclcble, ths clcse mcy be omtted. 1.JAt least two methods of makIng seams; 1.4Dne or two methods of dIsposIng of fullness; 1.5NeatenIng a raw edge; 1.6SettIng In a sleeve; 1.7|akIng a buttonhole. 2. SubmIt two garments, at least one of whIch Is to Include some hand sewIng, showIng the correct use of the processes In clause 1. 8e prepared to demonstrate one or two of these processes as requIred by the tester. Dne garment only may be made at school wIthIn the last 12 months. Answer questIons concernIng daytoday repaIrs on her own garments; brIng to the test one or two examples of repaIrs she has done. PATHINDER (IENNIAL) 1. Know her neIghbor thoroughly, so that she can dIrect a stranger wIthIn a radIus of 1km (town) or 2km (country) of her home or CuIde H0 to the nearest churches, doctor, telephone, postbox, post and/or telegraph offIce, garage and/or fIllIng statIon, polIce statIon, bus and raIlway statIons, town hall and other wellknown buIldIngs: gIve approxImate tIme needed to reach each place. At the test draw a rough sketch map showIng the way and the dIstance from one gIven poInt to another. Know to what places maIn roads lead to.2. Show the abIlIty to gIve clear dIrectIons to enable a stranger to fInd her way to any place wIthIn a 8km radIus, usIng the publIc transport avaIlable. The place Is to be chosen by the tester.J. Know the openIng hours of the local shops, garages, petrol statIons, post offIce and lIbrary. Use a compass to fInd 16 poInts. FInd the cardInal poInts usIng the stars and the sun. FInd the way from one gIven place to another by the use of a compass and by means of an Drdnance Survey |ap or street map. PoInt out on the map the route taken. PEACE PATCH ThIs badge can be conducted by CuIders who have collected the Peace packages from CuIde House. PDTDCPAPEP 1. Know the functIons of the dIfferent parts of the camera. .e. Lens, shutter and stops. 2. ExplaIn brIefly what causes the productIon of a negatIve and a posItIve (prInt). J. 8rIng to the test ten photographs whIch she has taken, developed and prInted durIng the prevIous nIne months; the prInts to be mounted In any of the usual ways. The subjects are to Include at least fIve of the followIng: J.1nterIor; J.2PortraIt; J.JLandscape; J.4ArchItecture; J.5ActIon; J.6Copy of a photograph, a drawIng or a paIntIng; J.7Flowers; J.88Irds, anImals, Insects. 0escrIbe the condItIons In whIch the photographs In clause J were taken; how the negatIves were developed and the prInts made; what materIals were used. PIDNEEP 1. Show that she can use an axe and saw; know how to look after them. 2. 8e prepared to make and use 2 of the followIng: 2.1Emergency Shelter; 2.2A ladder; 2.JA means of crossIng a stream. J. Follow a map through an area unknown to her and make three dIscoverIes to be IndIcated by the tester.4. LIght a fIre outofdoors and boIl 250ml of water In twenty mInutes.Note:The tester mst be c qclfed person nomncted by the Commssoner for Ccmp. PEA0EP

1. 1.1Fead a book In any language, wrItten by one of the Eastern authors; 1.2Fead a story book wrItten by one of the Western authors. 1.JFead at least 2 of the followIng books related to ScoutIng/CuIdIng The Wolf that Never Sleeps WIndow on |y Heart ScoutIng for 8oys

2. Choose and read a book approprIate to each of four of the followIng headIngs; 2.1ScIence or nature; 2.2Travel or exploratIon; 2.JA foreIgn country; 2.4HIstory; 2.58Iography; 2.6A book of poems. J. Show how to use a book of reference and the Index of a book. Fead aloud: 4.1 A passage of her own choIce from a sacred book; 4.2 A passage chosen by the tester.RESCUER (IENNIAL) 1. SwIm 100m. 2. 0emonstrate In the water: 2.1Dne method of release from each of the followIng clutches: wrIst, neck, body and from behInd; 2.2Tow subject 20m by: (I) sInglehanded method; (II)doublehanded method. J. For at least two mInutes: J.1UsIng a manIkIn or mask, demonstrate artIfIcIal respIratIon by the expIred aIr mouthtonose method, and mouthtomouth. 0emonstrate the actIon to be taken In case of vomItIng by the patIent; J.20emonstrate one other method of artIfIcIal respIratIon on a patIent, Treat for shock. 4. 4.1Fow a boat alone and wIth others; get Into It from the water; 4.2Answer questIons to show that she Is aware of the dangers of tIdes currents etc. 5. Know how to treat: bleedIng, shock, snake and dog bItes. 6. Know how to: gIve the alarm for fIre, call up the polIce and fIre brIgade, rescue a person from a smoke fIlled room, Ie. 8y draggIng and lowerIng on a rope from a wIndow. 7. Know how to: hold back a crowd (wIth others), behave In a crush, e.g. In a panIc caused by fIre etc, In theatre or traIn statIon. Throw a lIfelIne to reach a person 12m away. SPIE 1. Keep a patrol log or a mInute book for two consecutIve months. 2. Keep accounts for a patrol or personal fund for two consecutIve months. J. Hand prInts the CuIde Law. 4. Know how money can be sent through the post, and how to wrIte cheques. 5. At the test, be prepared to wrIte any of the followIng: 5.1A letter InvItIng neIghbourIng CuIdes to spend an afternoon wIth her Company; 5.2A letter acceptIng such an InvItatIon; 5.JA letter explaInIng her absence from the weekly CuIde meetIng; 5.4A letter of thanks for money receIved, eIther personally or on behalf of the patrol; 5.5An order to a shop enclosIng money; 5.6An applIcatIon for a post. SummarIse a newspaper artIcle usIng not more than onethIrd of the words use In the orIgInal. SICK NURSE (IENNIAL) 1. The Nrse Know the qualItIes needed In a sIck nurse, and able to Illustrate these by gIvIng examples. Know the sIck nurse's dutIes wIth regard to her own health. 2. The Room Know the good poInts to look for when choosIng a sIck room, and how to make the best use of the ventIlatIon and lIghtIng avaIlable. Know how to clean and tIdy a room wIthout raIsIng the dust.J. lnfecton Know how InfectIon Is spread and the sImple precautIons to be taken when nursIng an InfectIous patIent at home. Know how to dIsInfect crockery and lInen.4. 8edsde Nrsn Know where Is her own area backrests, commodes and other equIpment can be obtaIned or borrowed. Show how to make a bed wIth the patIent In It, IncludIng the changIng of sheets and arrangIng the pIllows comfortably. Know the uses of a drawsheet and mackIntosh and how these can be ImprovIsed. Know what Is needed for the mornIng and evenIng toIlet, how to help a patIent to wash In bed, gIve a mouth wash and brush haIr gently. Know whIch areas of a patIent's body are subject to pressure In bed and how soreness of these areas can be prevented. Show how to help a patIent to get up and sIt In a chaIr. Take and record the temperature, pulse and respIratIon rate.5. et Know the constItuents of a wellbalanced dIet and why thIs Is necessary for recovery. Prepare and serve one of the followIng: egg, oatmeal, plaIn porrIdge, fresh fruIt drInk or flavoured mIlk drInk. Set an InvalId's tray and show how to feed and gIve a drInk to a patIent who needs help.6. Medcnes Show how to gIve medIcInes by mouth. Know how to store medIcInes and pIlls so that they can be of no danger to small chIldren. 7. ressn cnd 8cndcn Show how to apply a cold compress, a hot compress and a clean dry dressIng to any part of the arm or leg, securIng It wIth a roller bandage. 8. Dbservcton Know what to Include In a report for a doctor. Note:The tester mst be c Stcte Restered Nrse, or cn nstrctor n home nrsn. The holder of one of the follown qclfes for the bcde: ()St. 1ohn Amblcnce 8rcde - 8csc Home Nrsn Certfccte; Adlt Home Nrsn Certfccte. Note:Excmnctons cnd nstrcton mst be condcted n cccordcnce wth the rles of the body concerned. SCK NUFSE (8ENNAL) (ExtensIon SectIon only) 1. Understand: 1.1. The preparatIon of a sIck room, Its ventIlatIon and heatIng. The preparatIon of the bed for the patIent: changIng sheets; the preventIon of bedsores; washIng and dressIng a patIent; 1.2. The use of room and clInIcal thermometers. Pulses and respIratIon; 1.J. The growth and preventIon of germs. The general symptoms of dIsease that would necessItate sendIng for a doctor. The precautIons necessary when dealIng wIth a case of tuberculosIs at home; 1.4. AdmInIstratIon of medIcIne and the external applIcatIon of remedIes. Treatment wIth heat and cold IncludIng fomentatIons; 1.5. FeedIng In sIckness and convalescence. 2. Show profIcIency In roller bandagIng. Note:()lf necesscry the ccnddcte mcy be tested on c theoretccl knowlede of some clcses, provded thct she s cble to ve nstrctons so thct others ccn ccrry ot the correct trectment; () The tester mst be c trcned nrse or other qclfed person. SIGNALLER (IENNIAL) The test may be taken In morse (flags, buzzer, tapper, lamp etc) or semaphore. 1. Know the alphabet: read fIve blocks of fIve blocks of gIve letters each wIth no mIstakes.2. SIgnal and receIve short messages out of talkIng range. Note:Style, rhythm, cccrccy cnd the cblty to et c messce throh shold be cmed ct rcther thcn speed. SINCEP 1. SustaIn an alto part or descant whIle the tester or someone else sIngs the other part,2. SIng from memory, wIth or wIthout accompanIment, two songs In contrastIng styles and mood, from the followIng language medIum: |alay, ChInese, ndIan, EnglIsh. J. SIng one song of own choIce. 4. SIng at fIrst sIght, wIth or wIthout words, to a sImple stepwIse tune (Staff or Solfa notatIon may be chosen). Note:The follown cre to be tcken nto cccont by the tester: qclty of tone; clcrty of words; style n delvery; vtclty cnd swn n the rhythm; selecton of son. SPEAKER 1. Say from memory a short poem or passage of verse of her choIce, lastIng not less than one mInute and not more than two mInutes. 2. After a short tIme for preparatIon, read aloud a passage provIded by the tester. J. J.1 ntroduce and thank a vIsItor at a meetIng; J.2 Prepare and take CuIde prayers, or speak for not less than three mInutes on a subject gIven to her fIve mInutes beforehand. Talk wIth the tester about somethIng InterestIng whIch she has done or seen recently. STALKEP 1. 8e thoroughly famIlIar wIth Camp FIre Yarn No. 14 In 'ScoutIng for 8oys'. 2. Have stalked and observed at least four wIld anImals or bIrds; brIng to the test a log of these observatIons, Illustrated wIth sketches and/or photographs. J. 0emonstrate: J.1'FreezIng', showIng perfect selfcontrol and balance; J.2StalkIng, usIng the correct posItIons. 4. ExplaIn the sIgnIfIcance of wInd, background, hIdIng place, skylIne, sound and selfcontrol.5. Stalk a person unobserved for at least 1.5km and, through observatIon and deductIon, gIve a descrIptIon that would serve to IdentIfy the person.Understand how the practIce of observatIon makes her more useful generally. STAPCAZEP 1. Keep a log or notebook over a perIod of three months gIvIng observatIons of stars, moon and planets (If any), vIsIble from a wIndow, garden, street, In or near her own home. Note: There shold be ct lecst one entry per week, mcde relcrly ct cpproxmctely the scme tme n the evenn. 2. 0emonstrate wIth dIagrams, drawIngs or models (preferably models) the relatIve posItIon and sIze If the sun, moon, earth and other planets; show theIr movements. J. PoInt out In the sky: J.1At least four constellatIons vIsIble all the year round; J.2At least four constellatIons not vIsIble all year round; J.JAt least four fIrst magnItude stars; know to whIch constellatIons they belong and at what tIme of year are they vIsIble. DbtaIn a compass dIrectIon from the stars. STITCHERY 1. |ake a tray cloth, dressIngtable cover or equIvalent, In materIal of suItable weave, embroIdered wIth any of the followIng counted thread stItches: 1.1Cross stItch; 1.28ack stItch; 1.J0ouble runnIng (HolbeIn) stItch; 1.4Pulled fabrIc stItches; 1.5Needle weavIng; 1.6Canvas stItches. Note:The crtcle mst be fnshed wth mtred corners cnd hemsttched border. 8oht hemsttchn s not permssble.2. |ake an apron, chIld's garment, artIcle of underwear, pIece of table lInen, or equIvalent, showIng one or more of the followIng stItches: 2.1Faggot stItch; 2.2ChaIn stItch; 2.J8uttonhole or blanket stItch; 2.4Stern stItch; 2.5ApplIcatIon of lace. Note:Trcnsfers, f sed, cre to be chosen cnd roned on by the worker. J. |ake an artIcle showIng one of the followIng: J.1SmockIng; J.2Patchwork; J.J0uIltIng; J.4ApplIqu work; J.5Cutwork (8roderIe, AnglaIse or FIchelIeu)Note:The ccnddcte shold show by her choce of mctercl thct she cppreccted the trcdtoncl chcrccterstcs of the type of work chosen. Smockn shold be worked ether on c plcn mctercl sch cs nhcm; qltn on lnen, pre slk wth c dll fnsh or cotton popln. SWIhhEP (IENNIAL) 1. SwIm 50m by crawl In 1 mIn. 2. SwIm 50m breast stroke. J. SwIm 50m by lIfesavIng backstroke. 4. From the surface of the water, recover from the bottom, In a depth of at least 2m, an object approxImately 2.5kg and brIng It to land. f the candIdate faIls at her fIrst attempt, the test must be repeated three tImes and must be successfully completed on each occasIon. 5. 0Ive from a heIght of at least 1m. 6. Float motIonless for at least J0 seconds (not necessarIly horIzontally). Note:Swmmn cnd dvn cre to be ]ded on style. SWIhhEP (ExtensIon SectIon onIy) 1. Cet Into the water wIth a frock or overall on and swIm In It. Note: A belt mcy be worn cnd the frock tcked n cfter entry nto the wcter. 2. SwIm 25m wIth ease, usIng any modIfIed stroke In prone. Note: lf swmmn n prone s mpossble, c modfed bcck stroke mcy be sed.J. SwIm 25m wIth ease, usIng any modIfIed back stroke. Note: lf swmmn bcck s mpossble, c modfed stroke n prone mcy be sed.4. 4.1PIck up an object from a depth of not less than 1.75m and convey It by any means a dIstance of not less than 10m;DP 4.2For a candIdate wIthout use of legs or havIng one lImb mIssIng: PIck up an object from a depth of not less than 1.5m. Note:Any lht wehted ob]ect mcy be sed to whch c hcndle mcde of cord or cork mcy be cttcched.5. |ake a headfIrst entry Into the water from a heIght of not less than 1m. Note: ()Enter hecdfrst, rolln from the sde of the pool s permtted. () lf ths s mpossble, the follown mcy be sbsttted:Perform c somersclt n the wcter. 6. Float motIonless for 20 seconds or tread water for 20 seconds. 7. Put on a lIfebuoy or Inflated tube In the water. Note: Nether speed n swmmn nor style s to be tcken nto cccont. To cvod overtrn the ccnddcte, the whole test need not be tcken n one dcy. TPIFT 1. HavIng a savIngs account of at least J months' standIng and show that she has added to It regularly from her savIngs or pocket money. 2. 8rIng a certIfIcate from her parents statIng that she Is not wasteful In the home and Is keepIng her belongIngs In good condItIon. J. 8rIng to the test an artIcle that proves that she Is thrIfty. E.g. repaIrIng toys or equIvalent. Answer questIons on the real meanIng of thrIft and keep a notebook over a perIod of at least a month of ways In whIch she Is able to put thrIft Into practIce. TDTAL 0EFENE

8ronze Level 1.To explaIn TDTAL 0EFENCE (T0) and Its necessIty. 2. To provIde IncentIve to partIcIpate In Total 0efence. SIlver Level 1. To demonstrate understandIng of Total 0efence and provIde opportunItIes for partIcIpatIon In T0 Felated ActIvItIes In and out of school.2. To hIghlIght necessIty of students Involvement, and encourage Interest to learn more about T0. Cold Level To enable students to demonstrate leadershIp In organIzIng Total 0efence actIvItIes In and out of the school envIronment. TDYhAKEP 1. |ake a toy of her choIce. 2. Pass two of the followIng: 2.1 |ake two dIfferent anImals of some soft materIal, or one materIal of one anImal and one rag doll, the face to be paInted or embroIdered. Cutout patterns may be used.2.2 |ake two dIfferent vehIcles wIth movable wheels from wood, cork or other materIal. 2.J |ake a wool ball on card frame and a bIrd or beast wIth scraps of coloured wool, suItable for a tIny baby.2.4 0ress a doll, the clothes to be removable and sImIlar to those of a baby or toddler. The doll may be that submItted In clause (2.1). 2.5 |ake a room of doll's house from a box; paInt, paper and furnIsh It completely, usIng oddments and scraps. 2.6 |ake a scrapbook to Include one page of orIgInal IllustratIons or an orIgInal story, e.g. a faIry story, nature story, heroIc story. 2.7 |ake a model farmyard or doll's house. TPAVELLEP 1. |ake the followIng preparatIons for a vIsIt she Is IntendIng to make to a foreIgn country. 1.1 Through books, personal contacts etc. |ake herself acquaInted wIth the country, IncludIng Its monetary system, food, rates of exchange, vaccInatIon regulatIons, rules of road, NatIonal Anthem, flag and CuIde unIform and type of clothes suItable to be worn there.1.2 Know how to obtaIn a passport. 1.J Know where to obtaIn help abroad should an emergency occur. 2. Know the custom regulatIons of her own country as they apply to herselfJ. 8e able to talk In an InterestIng way about her country. 4. Wear unIform correctly and know the rules concernIng the wearIng of unIform when travellIng abroad. Know how to obtaIn an nternatIonal Letter of ntroductIon. Note:The bcde s cwcrded cfter the vst hcs been mcde. WOODSMAN

1. Study 10 dIfferent specIes of trees. dentIfy theIr twIgs, flowers, fruIt, leaves and bark. |ake leaf prInts or back rubbIngs of three of them.2. 2.1Sharpen a sheath knIfe or jack knIfe. 2.2|ake an artIcle from natural wood, e.g. whIstle, walkIng stIck, spoon, or egg cup. 2.JShow that she can use an axe or saw, know how to look after It.dentIfy 6 dIfferent woods and gIve theIr uses. WORLD RIENDSHIP 1. Know the maIn facts about the World AssocIatIon of CIrl CuIdes and CIrl Scouts. 2. Talk In an InterestIng way about her own country, IncludIng CuIdIng, to a vIsItor from abroad. (The tester may Impersonate the vIsItor, If necessary). J. Pass one of the followIng clauses: J.1|ake frIends wIth someone from another country, and entertaIn her on at least two occasIons (e.g. Dn outIngs, at home, at CuIde meetIngs). Learn a few phrases In the language of her frIend and know somethIng about her country, IncludIng the CIrl CuIde AssocIatIon(s), the unIforms and badges. DP J.2Correspond wIth a CuIde from another country for at least one year and show the tester copIes of letters wrItten and receIved and materIal exchanged etc. Know somethIng of the hIstory and tradItIons of her penfrIend's country and of the CuIde AssocIatIon(s) there, IncludIng the unIforms and badges.Note: 8efore exchcnn mctercl, cstom relctons shold be stded.4. CIve some help to refugees, or people In underdeveloped countrIes, eIther through her school, her CuIde Company or as an IndIvIdual. Name two organIzatIons that gIve aId, and gIve a brIef descrIptIon of the work of one of them. Pass one of the followIng clauses: 5.1 DrganIse a ThInkIng 0ay Ceremony. 5.2 Prepare and organIze actIvIty to stImulate the Company's Interest In CuIdIng In other countrIes. 5.J Plan a vIsIt to another country and tell the tester why she would lIke to vIsIt It. CIve detaIls of route, approxImate cost, what she would expect to see there, and the currency used. Know somethIng of CuIdIng In that country. 5.4FecognIse the CuIde unIform of four countrIes of her own choIce. 0ress a doll In the unIform of one of them. FInd out somethIng about CuIdIng In thIs country and dIscuss It wIth the tester. WRITER 1. WrIte an orIgInal story of one thousand to two thousand words. 2. WrIte one of the followIng: 2.1A dramatIc sketch takIng at least 10 mIn to perform; 2.2A short poem In recognIzed verse form. 2.JAn artIcle or campfIre yarn of not less than two hundred words; 2.4An essay on her favourIte hero or heroIne. J. At the test, wrIte: J.1A letter of at least two hundred words descrIbIng an IncIdent she has enjoyed. J.2An exercIse In punctuatIon gIven by the tester. Note:The work sbmtted nder clcsecnd 2 s to be sent to the tester beforehcnd; t shold be nectly wrtten or typed.