(JUN/JUL) Forest Scouts Holiday Camp


13 – 15 Jun, 9am – 3pm
15 – 17 Jun, 9am – 3pm
20 – 22 Jun, 9am – 3pm
22 – 24 Jun, 9am – 3pm
11 – 13 Jul, 9am – 3pm
13 – 15 Jul, 9am – 3pm


Day 1 – Mountbatten Square
Day 2 and 3 – Chestnut Nature Park*


* Transportation is provided from Mountbatten Square to parks for Day 2 and 3. Bus will depart 15 minutes from start time.

Recommended Age

5 – 9 years old

Instructor to child ratio

1:6 (Due to Covid situation, ratio will be kept small.)


$330 (before GST)


Siblings Promotion of $50 shopping voucher for each family! (Refer to notes below for Terms and Conditions.)

  • Transportation from Mountbatten Square (base camp) to parks and meals during the programme are complimentary.
  • We currently provide vegetarian or non-vegetarian meals, and they are no pork and no lard options. Food and snacks provided may contain traces of nuts. We strongly encourage parents to pack their own meals should the child have dietary concerns or food allergies.
  • To enjoy the Siblings Promotion, please complete the registration for all siblings in the same transaction. We will contact you with the redemption details by August 2022.
  • If you’d like your child to attend the same session as their friends, sign up early to avoid disappointment as there are limited seats available.
  • Due to unforeseen circumstances, there may be slight variations to the programmes.
  • Every child has different learning needs; if you would like to know if this programme is suitable for your child, please contact us at letsgo@outdoorschool.sg.

About the programme

Do you worry your child will hurt themselves and not know what dangers to look out for when outdoors? What should you do when we come across poisonous plants and wild animals in the forests?

Enjoy a multi-sensory learning experience with nature through a child-led rescue mission. Learn to identify possible hazards in the forest, minimise the risks and be equipped with basic survival skills if left alone in the woods. Through collaborative play, children will develop their creative and problem-solving skills with the help of others.


Learning Focus:

  • Outdoor Learning – Safety floral fauna (Poisonous plants and venomous animals)
  • Outdoor Adventure – Risk Assessment

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand the difference between venomous and poisonous
  • Awareness on useful, edible, and poisonous plants
  • Ability to identify risk and hazards in nature and react appropriately when met with risks
  • Develop responsibility, risk-taking and resiliency


Disclaimer: All images are for illustrative purposes only and may not fully reflect the actual programme trail or activity held during the camp.


What are the meals options?

We currently provide vegetarian or non-vegetarian meals and they are no pork and no lard options. Meals and snacks provided are complimentary.

What if my child has dietary considerations (e.g. allergy, dietary concerns)?

Food and snacks provided may contain traces of nuts. As such, we strongly encourage parents to pack their own meals should the child have dietary concerns or food allergies.

Will transportation be provided?

Transportation from Mountbatten Square (Base Camp) to parks during the programme are complimentary. Alternatively, you may choose to pick-up/drop-off your child at the respective parks (of the programme) and this can be indicated at the point of registration.

Is there early bird discount or bundle rate?

Look out for our latest promotions under our programme details page.

What is the refund policy?

100% refund for withdrawal request received at least 30 days before 1st day of programme. However, please note that there will be a service and processing fee imposed by the ticket registration agent. Thereafter, we adhere to a no-refund policy, unless stated otherwise. In the event the programme is cancelled, a full refund will be given.

Where are you located?

We are located at 229 Mountbatten Road, Mountbatten Square (commonly referred to as Base Camp)

What is your operation timing?

We are open Mon-Fri, from 9am to 6pm. Closed on Sat, Sun and PH.

Do you offer Sat/Sun programme?

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What happens if it rains on the day of programme?

All children are required to bring their raincoats during the programme. In the event of light rain, the programme will still take place with the children safely suited up with raincoats. Rest assure that the children's safety is of utmost importance. Hence, during heavy rain and thunderstorm, all outdoor activities will cease and the group will seek shelter at the nearest shelter/pit-stop immediately. Wet weather activities/plans will take place then. All our programme locations have appropriate shelters.

What must my child wear and/or be equipped with to take part in the programme?

All children must be dressed in long-sleeve shirt, long pants and covered shoes. This is to prevent insect bites and protect them from the sun, cuts and scrapes as much as possible. Water shoes may be required for some programmes that has water-related elements. As the programme is held outdoors, please ensure the child has a raincoat prepared. A detailed packing list will be provided to parents upon registration confirmation. Children are to also bring along their water bottles.