Awards Explained!

Awards are a wonderful way to ensure your daughter is engaged in Guiding. This board is all about explaining the requirements of each award.
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The Junior BP Award can be achieved as you progress through the Australian Guide Program. To complete this award, you must be at least 7 years old and you must complete two challenges from each of the fundamental areas.

The BP Award can be achieved as you progress through the Australian Guide Program. To complete this award, you must be at least 10 years old and you must complete three challenges from each of the fundamental areas.

The BP Award can be achieved as you progress through the Australian Guide Program. To complete this award, you must be at least 10 years old and you must complete three challenges from each of the fundamental areas.

Youth members of Girl Guides in Australia can challenge themselves to gain badges and awards in their areas of interest or try something new.

'Discover a Challenge' has been designed around the four Elements of the Australian Guide Program: Physical, People, Practical & Self. Whilst completing these challenges, you will gain & develop skills & knowledge that are important for “being your best”.

Youth members of Girl Guides in Australia can challenge themselves to gain badges and awards in their areas of interest or try something new.

'Achieve a Challenge' badges  are designed to recognise the skills and abilities of the individual.  There are three levels for each challenge:  Trefoil 1 - Beginner Trefoil 2 - Intermediate  Trefoil 3 - Advanced  These challenges may also be used towards the Awards in the Aim High book.

'Achieve a Challenge' badges are designed to recognise the skills and abilities…

(2/2) 'Create a Challenge' badges. Write your own challenges in an area of interest or where you would like to find out more. There are 31 different options in this area. via 'Look Wide' SEE PART 1

'Create a Challenge' badges. Write your own challenges in an area of interest or where you would like to find out more. There are 31 different options in this area.

(1/2) 'Create a Challenge' badges. Write your own challenges in an area of interest or where you would like to find out more. There are 31 different options in this area. via 'Look Wide' SEE PART 2

'Create a Challenge' badges. Write your own challenges in an area of interest or where you would like to find out more. There are 31 different options in this area.

'Explore a Challenge' badges are a great way for you to start earning badges. Challenge ideas have been provided to help you. There are 11 challenge areas for you to investigate and try. via 'Look Wide'.

'Explore a Challenge' badges are a great way for you to start earning badges. Challenge ideas have been provided to help you. There are 11 challenge areas for you to investigate and try.

(2/2) The Queen's Guide Award is the peak achievement award for youth members. It has two parts: Golden Endeavor, and an Interest and a Focus. This infographic the Focus component.

The Queen's Guide Award is the peak achievement award for youth members. It has two parts: Golden Endeavor, and an Interest and a Focus. This infographic the Focus component.

(1/2) The Queen's Guide Award is the peak achievement award for youth members. It has two parts: Golden Endeavor, and an Interest and a Focus. This infographic explains the Golden Endeavor.

The Queen's Guide Award is the peak achievement award for youth members. It has two parts: Golden Endeavor, and an Interest and a Focus. This infographic explains the Golden Endeavor.

The Commonwealth Award is open to Guides in Australia over the age of 14 years. The participant must first complete the three sections: History of Guiding; Knowledge of the Commonwealth; and Service within the community. Following their completion, the participant may choose two of the following to complete: Health; Environment; Cultural Heritage; Active Living and the Outdoors; Public Speakoing or Debating; Creative Writing; Citizenship; or Investigation.

Youth members of Girl Guides in Australia can challenge themselves to gain badges and awards in their areas of interest or try something new.


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