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Malta Girl Guides

Malta Girl Guides

Sections

Dolphins (Ages 5 to 7)

Dolphins have a fun packed programme that helps them develope and learn to think for themselves through games, songs, crafts, stories, outdoor activities and more. 

Dolphins Promise: I promise to love God, my Country and everybody

Dolphins Motto: Friendly & Helpful

 

Brownies(Ages 8 to 10)

Together with a fun packed and eventful programme, the brownies enjoy a more challenging aspect of the 8-points working in small groups called nests during their weekly meetings and having a lot more fun out of doors.

Brownies Promise: I promise that I will do my best to do my duty to God, serve my country, help other people and keep the Brownie Guide Law.

Brownies Law: A Brownie Guide thinks of others before herself and does a good turn everyday.

 

Guides (Ages 11 to 13)

Guides work together in patrols and are encouraged to help plan their own activities. Being a guide helps girls become more responsible, provides an environment to learn new skills and the programme is guaranteed to be adventurous and bursting with excitement. Guides Promise: I promise that I will do my best to do my duty to God, serve my country, help other people and keep the Guide Law.

Guides Motto: Be Prepared

 

Rangers (Ages 14 to 16)

The opportunities and challenges which are offered with the Malta Girl Guides are numerous and vast. At an early age, these young ladies will learn to make their own decisions, be able to pursue new heights and have fun and meet new people all at the same time. Rangers Promise: I promise that I will do my best to do my duty to God, serve my country, help other people and keep the Ranger Guide Law.

Rangers Motto: Service to the Community

 

Young Leaders (Ages 16 to 18)

Apart from being able to take part in different activities and opportunities of their own, young leaders also learn first hand what it takes to be a volunteer and the amount of hard work and satisfaction that is required and aquired when providing a fun packed programme for sections in a girl guides unit. Young leaders get to enjoy events, that they themselves have organised and see themselves grow confident and able as time goes by.

 

Leaders (Ages 18 and over)

A Leader's work is very rewarding. Every guiding year you see girls grow older, more responsible and confident human beings. The reward is in knowing that being a leader has helped these girls grow and reach their fullest potential. A leader shares experiences and laughs together with the girls and other leaders.

 Young/Leaders Promise: I promise that I will do my best to do my duty to God, serve my country, help other people and keep the Guide Law.