- Global Awareness
- Community Spiritedness
- Personal Mastery
The JP Gold Award is the highest award a Boy can attain in the Juniors Programme. The criteria for the Gold Award are as follows:
- Primary 6 Boys only
- Attendance in 80% of the parades in any 2 years (with minimum of 25 parades per year)
- Completion of 4 hours of community service (BB-initiated: BB CARES or BB Share-a-Gift Project)
- Attainment of 6 JP colour awards
- Participation in the BB Adventure Quest (Juniors Programmes)
The Juniors Programme Day Dress (or Full Uniform) is the attire to be worn on most parades and consists of:
Regulation dark blue short sleeve shirt and shorts
This attire is for informal occasions or when fatigue duties are performed.
It consists of the blue BB regulation T-shirt and dark blue shorts with the white nylon BB belt with chrome buckles. Boys will wear their canvas shoes.
For Brigade level activities, events or courses that stipulate fatigue dress, only the BB Regulation blue (not Company) Polo T-shirt is to be worn.
For informal or sporting sessions, the PT kit consists of the blue BB regulation T-shirt, name tag and dark blue shorts. Boys will wear their running shoes with white socks. The name tag and field rank can be removed during games.
There are no Boys' ranks in the Juniors Programme, but specially selected Boys may be appointed as follows:
- Chief Leading Boy - Red lanyard is worn
- Leading Boy / Squad Leader - White lanyard is worn
Assistant Leading Boy / Assistant Squad Leader - Blue lanyard is worn.