What do Rangers do?
Todays young people face many pressures and so through a flexible Rangers programme girls are given the chance to develop their life skills in a safe and supportive environment. These include leadership, team work, decision making, participation and advocacy. They help build confidence and self esteem to enable girls to reach their full potential.
What girls say about Rangers
Becoming a Peer Educator has given me so much confidence and loads of valuable things to put on my C.V. Erin from North Down
The thing I love most about being in Rangers is that you can just be yourself. Jenny from Londonderry
Rangers have a wide range of programme resources and opportunities to choose from:
- Peer Education
- Queens Guide Award
- Commonwealth Award
- Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
- GOLD - (Guiding Overseas Linked with Development)
The core programme for the Rangers is the Look Wider resources which are based on eight areas including: Personal Values, Fit for Life and Creativity.
Once the first two stages from each of the eight areas are completed then the girls achieve their Chief Guide Certificate and Badge.