The Hedgehog scout group (Tallinna Skaudilipkond Siil) was founded in September 1996 at Läänemere Gymnasium, Tallinn, Estonia The group became a member of  Estonian Scout Association and Rävala Squad in 1997.



Civil, spiritual, intellectual and physical development of children and youth, their personality formation.



    1.      to learn about homeland;

    2.      to be able to live within nature without degrading it;

    3.      to take care of each other, to help each other;



  • Investiture Ceremony (while camping & hiking)

  • Scout Leader Investiture Ceremony (secret ceremony)

  • Scout Scarf Day (on Robert Baden-Powelll's birthday)

  • Scout Christmas Carnival

  • Joint trips (scouts and parents together)

  • The group's birthday party at the end of September (scouts, parents and friends of the group are awarded traditional badges and other things for their achievements and help)


Group meetings are held in Läänemere Gymnasium (Linnamäe tee 10.) every Saturday at 11 o'clock. Every meeting starts with a line-up.


During the meetings: scout movement history, camping & hiking skills, first medical aid, herbs, scout specialities, history and geography of Estonia, Tallinn history etc.

All scouts have their record books, where scout program performance is shown. In addition, every scout has a scout CV, it includes personal data, training courses, camps & hikes, trips, achievements etc.


There are scout group commander elections in September; patrol commanders, secretary, webmaster, accountant and others are also appointed at the same day.


The group has its photo chronicles and documentation. Group property: new flag and banner (2006), new scarfs (1999), t-shirts (2001), hoodies (2005), different badges (2006), new stickers (2006), vests (2012), tents, kitchen stuff, sleeping bags, backpacks, compasses, ropes, study materials, posters etc. The hedgehog toy and souvenir collection (1997).

The Hedgehog division is divided into 6 groups (1 Scout Older. 2-4 Scouts Scout, 5 Wolf Puppies, 6 Rangers). 47 people are studying