History of Rajadhivas Scout troop

History of the Rajadhivas Scout Troop

         At the time of King Rama VI. At age 13, he went to study in England, Europe. During his studies, he learned of the battle Lord Baden Powell's to preserve Mafeking, which had set up infantry as a reconnaissance unit in the Battle of Boar. Successful And the first set of scouts in the world. In England in 1907, when he came back to Thailand. Wild Tiger Corps was established on May 6, 1911, with the aim of training civilians and civilians to learn the military. To be useful to the country. Discipline Has loyalty to the National Institute of Religion and the King. From then on, the second month was the birth of the Thai Boy Scout on July 1st, 1954. When training adults is a scout. To be ready to help the country. We should have a young boy training to know the scout. When they grow up, they will know the duties and behave in a useful way.

 

                            

 

          King Rama VI set up the First Scout Division at Mahadlekluang School. (Vajiravudh School now) and set up scouts in various schools. Including the scout motto is "Better to die than to lie”. After that, Rajadhivas Scout troop has founded the Scout Division. At that time, the National Scout Organization Thailand still no regulations. In 1963, the establishment of Senior Scouts in Thailand. There are eight troops together and one of eight is Rajadhivas scout troop. At that time, the regulations of the British Scout system were used for training. Rajadhivas Scout Troop has been registered the establishment of scouts and was announced in the Royal Gazette "Krung Thep Pramaha Nakhon 19th Scout troop" The focus on creative expression. Coaching Creativity in Self-Management. There is a group meeting to plan the learning and activities by the teacher is a consultant, so it is planning practice and decision making under democracy, as a result, self-discipline is not enforced. Now we have 553 scouts and 74 leaders in our troop. We have to learn and activities under the regulations of the National Scout Organization Thailand.

 

 

Rules of Scouting

1. A scout’s honor is to be trusted.

2. A scout is loyal.

3. A scout’s duty is to be useful to help others.

4. A scout is a friend to all and a brother to every other scout.

5. A scout is courteous.

6. A scout is a friend to an animal.

7. A Scout obeys orders of his parents, Patrol Leader and Scoutmaster without question.

8. A Scout smiles and whistles under all difficulties.

9. A scout is thrifty.

10. A scout is clean in thought, word, and deed.

 

            

 

By Jantima Sukapat  :  S.S.W.B.

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