Adventure & Outdoor (SL3)

You will need

  • Computer


Please ensure that you are following safe distancing guidelines.


    1. As a patrol, complete ONE of the following:


Draw out a mock campsite which can house a patrol of 8 for at least 3 days and 2 nights. The campsite must minimally contain one tent and 5 different camp gadgets.

Outdoor Exploration

Using Google Maps or any similar software, map out a hiking trail consisting of at least 3 checkpoints (excluding start and end point) with your Troop’s school being the start point.

Outdoor Cooking

Propose a menu consisting of 5 different items that can be cooked in an outdoor setting.


Knotting and Pioneering

Decide on 8 essentials knots and lashings for pioneering and create an instructional video on how to tie them.



  • 1i. Why is it important to take care of ourselves while outdoors?
  • 1ii. Other than our physical health, are there other ways in which we can take care of ourselves?
  • 2i. How does your chosen Core Scouting Activity benefit your development
  • 2ii. What are some difficulties that may arise when doing your chosen Core Scouting Activity?
  • 2iii. What difficulties did you face when doing your tasks?


To run this at the troop level with all patrols being monitored by the SPL/TL as per patrol level instructions.



  • Physical Development
    Scouts would learn more about the requirements of a core scouting activity as well as the importance of identifying essential needs.
  • Intellectual Development
    Scouts will be able to expand their field of knowledge with respect to the various core scouting activities.
  • Character Development
    Scouts will be able to develop their critical awareness of the activity and learn to make sound decisions.

Activity Counts Towards

1. Learn about Basic Self Care in outdoor settings

2m. Research and learn about ONE of the Core Scouting Activities and discuss with. your patrol how everyone can play a role in the success of the activity