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Senior Section - Girlguiding UK

The Senior Section is for young women aged 14 to 25. It offers an exciting and flexible programme with a huge variety of challenges and opportunities for personal development – sure to impress universities and potential employers!

The Look Wider programme offers a range of activities and challenges and motivates members to try out new things – it could be learning a language, playing a musical instrument, running a marathon, camping in the wilds or volunteering overseas. It is flexible and participants can take their chosen activities as far as they wish, from taster level all the way to gaining a qualification that is recognised outside guiding.

Senior Section members can undertake a wide range of awards and qualifications. These include the Leadership qualification, which helps them in running guiding units for younger girls, the internationally-recognised Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme, and other prestigious awards specific to guiding.

There are many international opportunities open to Senior Section members. They range from attending guiding events abroad to volunteering on community projects in developing countries.

Members can also take part in our successful peer education programme, 4. Young women can become Peer Educators trained to run sessions on issues that affect girls and young women such as binge drinking, bullying, stress management and sexual health.

They can also make their voices heard by, for example, joining the guiding delegation at the British Youth Council, or having a say in the future of guiding by attending one of our Innovate meetings.

To find out more register your child or yourself on the Girlguiding UK website and your local unit leader will contact you.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Girlguiding UK
0800 1 69 59 01

Where to go

Contact Girlguiding UK

Time / Date Details

When is it on
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Other Details


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Age Ranges
14-25 years
Referral required

This page was last updated on: 27/06/2017

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