Service & Community (SL1)

You will need

  • Computer


Please ensure that you are following safe distancing guidelines.


  1. Scouts are to pair up and create a virtual tour describing the main attractions around their Troop’s school. Scouts are recommended to use Google Street View or similar software to “”visit”” the attractions.

In addition, answer the following questions about the attractions near your school:
– What are the main features of this attraction?
– Who uses / visits the attraction?
– Why was this attraction built in this specific area?

Scouts should present their exploration findings through a presentation deck and narrate their findings.

Methods of presentation include:
– Creating a presentation deck and recording a narration to describe each slide
– Creating a presentation deck and presenting it through video call



  • 1i. What difficulties did you face while “exploring” the area around your school?
  • 1ii. Is there anything new that you’ve learnt while “exploring” the area around your school?



  • Social Development
    Scouts will develop their sense of social responsibility by learning and understanding the area that they frequent and the impact that they leave on the community.
  • Intellectual Development
    Scouts will be able to expand their field of knowledge with respect to their community and the area it is in.
  • Character Development
    Scouts will be able to develop their critical awareness of themselves and the community around them as well as learn to make sound decisions.

Activity Counts Towards

1m. Using the Google Street map view function, explore the area around your Troop’s school.

Through your research and knowledge of the area, share with your patrol the places of interest in the area and how they make the area vibrant and useful to the community.