WHAT ARE RANGERS?
Rangers are the senior section of GirlGuidingNZ. They are for girls aged 13 or in year 9 (3rd form) and under 19 years. Many join Rangers after completing the Guides Aotearoa Award in the Guide section but any girl can be a Ranger and she doesn’t need to have been involved in Guiding before.

RANGER OR RANGER IN LEADERSHIP (RIL)
Girls have a choice. RIL's work regularly in a unit alongside an adult leader with our younger members. RIL's gain special Leadership Qualifications and often go on to become adult leaders.
Rangers don't work regularly in a unit but are often invited to help at camps, special days etc.
                          

THE RANGER PROGRAMME
The programme is divided into 12 sections called Points:
Action Outdoors                          Heritage
Contemporary Issues
                International
Dynamic Health                           Leisure
Environmental Awareness        Promise & Law
Faith                                               Service
Future Focus                                Technonlogy
 

Each point has a number of certificates that Rangers can work on.  Both Rangers and RIL's can work on all aspects of the Ranger programme. It is up to each individual girl to decide what she would like to do and how she does it. Her Ranger Leader is avaiable to consult with and help at all times. RIL's can also consult with the unit leader they are working with. The ulimate Award for this age is the Queen's Guide Award. It requires dedication and determination as this is often completed during the senior High School years, which can be a very busy time for young women. For those over 16 years a selection of Outdoor Permits and Adult Qualifications can also be gained.

 

CLICK BELOW TO SEE SOME OF THE CERTIFICATES AND BADGES MY RANGERS HAVE WORKED ON OVER THE YEARS.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEET TONTO OUR UNIT MASCOT

 

 

 

 

As Rangers can work on whatever they like, most  do their own things and I'm just there to support and encourage.

Over the years some of our Rangers have achieved their Queen's Guide Award.

Click here to see them on their special day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GOAL SETTING

How to make Cate R Pillar

 

 

PEACE

 

ANZAC HERTIAGE

 

 

Click on the doll to find out how to make her

MAKING THE MOST OF YOURSELF

 

 

 

SPRING CLEAN YOUR SENSES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 USING YOUR FEET

12 POINT CHALLENGE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FAMILY

MATTERS

 

 

 

     ENVIRONMENTAL

ISSUES

DABBLER

                           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LITTLE RED

Have an adventure with your ranger scarf

 


 

 

12 Point

With POOH


 

 

 

 

 

WAGGGS INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION BADGE

 

 

Winter Nature Challenge