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Boys’ Brigade

Teachers in Charge:


Mr. John Kok


Mr. Jerome Ong


 Mr. Richmond Su su_jiahao_richmond@schools.gov.sg
 Mr Chan Jun Hao chan_jun_hao@schools.gov.sg

Mr. Lawrence Tang (Advisor)



Days of Training:


0800am – 1230pm


Parade Square

Indoor Sports Hall (ISH)



Student Leaders


Company Sergeant Major


Samuel Song

Administration Non-Commissioned Officer

(Admin NCO)

Cheong Ming Xian

Alpha Squad Leader

Bravo Squad Leader

Charlie Squad Leader

Delta Squad Leader

Isaac Myat Min Hein

Zaccheus Ng

Tan Pang

Ting Zhi Xuan

Asst. Sq. Leader

Asst. Sq. Leader

Asst. Sq. Leader

Asst. Sq. Leader

Ni Xin

Tan Jun Cheng

Chan Yong Xuan

Lee Choonggi



CCA Synopsis


Sir William Alexander Smith founded The Boys’ Brigade (BB) on 4 October 1883 at the Free College Mission Hall at North Woodside Road, Glasgow, Scotland. It is the world’s first uniformed organisation for youth and has spread all over the world, inspiring numerous other groups such as The Girls’ Brigade in 1893 and Boy Scouts in 1907.


The need to engage boys in meaningful and purposeful activities is as relevant around the world today as it was more than 130 years ago in Scotland. The BB method in the development of youth has stood the test of time and has proven to be successful in moulding Boys to be responsible Men in the Family, the Community, the Nation and the World. BB seeks to provide a fun, meaningful and challenging programme for the holistic development of the boys centred on good character-building values passed down from a Christian tradition. In particular, the emphasis is on leadership development, team building, life skills, adventure activities and community service.



Recent Achievements


J M Fraser Award for Excellence (2017): Gold Award (12 consecutive year)

BB Blaze 2018: 7th and 8th position