Rangers and Young Leaders are girls aged 14-18



With a programme designed around your personal development, we help Rangers in gaining valuable, transferable skills and standing up for what they believe in. If you want to travel the world and learn to lead, this is the programme for you.


Build skills – members of Rangers can take on a vast array of awards and qualifications.

Support peers – helping younger girls to navigate issues like body confidence and mental well-being.

Raising a voice – Girlguiding is passionate about giving girls a voice. As a member of Rangers, you could join our delegation at the British Youth Council.

Travel the world – from working on a development project in a remote village to representing  UK Guiding at an international conference.


Young Leaders


Young Leaders are part of the leadership team delivering the programme to younger girls.

The Young Leader Qualification (YLQ) is designed to help girls take an active, positive part in running a Rainbow, Brownie or Guide unit. It is open to girls aged 14 to 18.


To find out more about Rangers go to the Girlguiding website


To register for Rangers or as a Young Leader click here.

DofE – If you are in year 9 or above you can participate in the DofE scheme see our DofE pages for more information.

Queen’s Guide – This is the highest award in Guiding.  If you are aged 16-25 you are able to work towards this.  See Girguiding’s Queen’s Guide page for more information.

The next stage of the adventure

As Rangers become adults, they may continue their Guiding journey as leaders .

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