The Wolf Cubs were made up of students from the King’s Pavilion and Form one. Monday afternoons were the meeting day. All instructions were given in English. On passing the tenderpad test, an investiture was held and the Cubs were ready to work for their First Star. The Cubs were also involved in the annual Empire Parade. Campings were held at the King’s Pavilion compound. When the King’s Pavilion was returned to the Government in 1961, the Cub Packs were disbanded.
Parade was an important activity for the Scouts. The annual King’s Birthday Parade was on the 10th June, the Empire Day Parade on the May 24th and the inspection by the Board of Governors.
Route Marching from Karai to Kuala Kangsar with the Cadet Corps was a regular feature in 1935. Inter-Troop Competition on (1) Inspection, (2) Fire-lighting, (3) Knotting, (4) Bandaging, (5) Whistle and Hand Signals, (6) Verbal Message was keenly contested. The winner was awarded a High Tea in the Dining Hall by the Headmaster.
Activities like camping, outings and hiking were very popular among the Scouts. At the same time the Proficiency Badge tests were done during those activities. Some of the tests conducted were Ambulance, Despatch Rider, Cook, Interpreter, Public Health, Padang Rengas in Kuala Kangsar and Pangkor. Hertslet Camp, Ipoh was a favourite because tigers used to roam near the camp. Hiking was one of the activities where the Scouts got to know better of the surrounding areas in Kuala Kangsar and the Maxwell Hill, Taiping. Places like Karai, Padang Rengas, Lubok Merbau, Ulu Kenas, Ulu Kangsar, Gunong Pondok, Bendang Kering, Sungai Chermin and Kota Lama Kanan were the common destinations in Kuala Kangsar.
The favourite places for swimming were Bukit Gapis, Ulu Kenas and Taiping. The swimming pool of Mr. Robinson, a planter in Bukit Berapit, was another favourite. Master Swimmer test was done in these places.
Camp Fires were held at the end of the terms. The Scouts gave performances like solo and group songs, sketches and dances. The rapport with Scouts form Clifford School was very good. Being invited to their campfires was more of an annual affair.