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Scout Ideals

A. Scouts Oath
ON MY HONOR,
I WILL DO MY BEST
TO DO MY DUTY TO GOD AND MY COUNTRY
AND TO OBEY THE SCOUT LAW;
TO HELP OTHER PEOPLE AT ALL TIMES;
TO KEEP MYSELF PYSICALLY STRONG,
MENTALLY AWAKE, AND MORALLY STRAIGHT.

B. Scout Law
A Scout is

Trustworthy
Loyal
Helpful
Friendly
Courteous
Kind

Obedient
Cheerful
Thrifty
Brave
Clean
Reverent

C. Scout Motto
LAGING HANDA or BE PREPARED
Must be prepared to do your duty to God
and country, to other people, and to
yourself
Ready for all situation
Learn skills and knowledge for
application on various situations

D. Scout Slogan
DO A GOOD TURN DAILY AND
ONCE A SCOUT, ALWAYS A SCOUT
Must always remember his different
duties to God and his country, to other
people and to himself
A scout is always a scout at all times and
in all places

E. Scout Spirit
Scout Spirit is living everyday according to
Scout Oath and Law
You show it in the way you act and the
things you do in Scouting and in your daily
life

F. Spiritual Training
The highest duty of a scout his duty to
God
Believes that there is God, regarding of his
religion and denomination
God fearing and God - loving

G. World Brotherhood
A Filipino Scout is a brother of his fellow
scout all over the world, regardless of sex,
religion, color or creed
Boy Scout of the Philippines is a member
of the World Organization of the Scout
Movement
Filipino Scout participate actively in
International and World Scout Jamboree

H. Scout Sign

Done with right hand


Right forearm forms right angle (ninety degrees)
with the upper arm which is horizontally in line
with the shoulder

Uses of Scout Sign


Used while reciting the Scout Oath, Law and the
Pledge of Allegiance
Used to great fellow Scout

Meaning of Scout Sign

The three fingers pointing upward


represents the three duties of a Scout :

Duty to God and Country (middle finger)


Duty to Others (ring finger)
Duty to Self (first finger)

The thumb and little finger, separately,


represents the Two Objectives of Scouting
Character

Building
Citizenship Training

Thumb and little finger joined together


means World Brotherhood

Scout Sign Picture


Duty To God & Country
Duty To Others
Duty To Self

Separately, they
represent :
A.) Citizenship Training
B.) Character Building

World
Brotherhood

I. Scout Salute

Angle formed in executing this is 45 degrees


The forefinger touches the edge of your right
eyebrow
If you wear eyeglasses, it touches the right edge
of your eyeglasses
If you are wearing a hat, the forefinger touches
the brim of the hat

Uses of Scout Salute


When in uniform, used to show respect to the
Philippine Flag and National Anthem
To show respect and courtesy for fellow scouts

J. Scout Handshake

The handshake is done with the left hand,


which is nearest to the heart
It is used to recognize and great fellow
scouts

K. The Scout Uniform


a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.

Neckerchief
Slide or Woggle
Rank Badges
Institutional Strip
Badge of Office
Temporary Badges
(attained by attending
specific activity, worn for
6 months after the end
of the activity)

g.

h.
i.
j.

Phil. Flag (for senior


scouts only)
Manila council Strip
Membership Badge
Senior Scout Strip /
Boy Scout Strip

Type - A Uniform :
Complete

scout uniform from hand to foot, and worn


with black leather shoes

Type - B Uniform :
Scout

uniform without the scout shirt


The blue CKSC Scout T-Shirt is worn and rubber shoes
may be allowed

Type - C Uniform :
Civilian

Uniform

Type - D Uniform :
CKSC

Scout T-Shirt with neckerchief and any dark

pants.
Rubber shoes may be allowed

Uses of the Neckerchief

Used as a bandage or tourniquet for emergency


First Aid purposes
Can be used to protect the head from the heat of
the sun
Used as muffler or protection of the neck from
coldness of the night
Used as improvised signaling flags
Tied with other neckerchief, it can be an improvised
rope
Can be used as temporary binder, bag or wrapper

The Neckerchief is the one part of the Scout


Uniform that is used all over the world.

L. Scout Badge
THREE POINTS

SCROLL
SINGLE BAND
OVERHAND
KNOT

Symbolisms :

Three points of the Trefoil


duties of a Scout Duty to God and
Country, Duty to Others and Duty to Self

Three

Three Stars
Luzon,

Visayas and Mindanao.

represents the Foundation of Scout Citizenship


Faith , Truth and Knowledge

Also

Color Red
Courage
Bravery
Heroism
For

the Blood of those who died for our country

Color Blue
High

Political purposes and noble ideals

Color White
Peace

and Purity

Eight Rays of the Sun


First

8 provinces that fought Spanish rule

Manila
Bulacan
Pampanga
Batangas

Tarlac
Nueva Ecija
Cavite
Laguna

Single Band of the trefoil


World

Brotherhood

Scroll Below the Trefoil


Like

the mouth of a Smiling Scout

Shows that Scout is Cheerful

Scout

Motto Laging Handa, is written in the

Scroll

Overhand Knot
Tied

at the bottom of the scroll


Represent Scout Slogan Do A Good Turn
Daily

Explorer
Pathfinder

Membership

Boy/Senior
Badges Of
Rank

Outdoorsman

Badge

First Class
Tenderfoot
Second Class

Venturer

Eagle Scout