Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1930 POR - Cadet Star


I Character

Must have been an active member of a Guide or Ranger company for 18 months with experience in leadership, as Patrol Leader, or company office holder (e.g. scribe) or acting Lieutenant or Captain, etc.

Must have passed Cadet Ranger test.

Must have shown to the satisfaction of the Court of Honour that she has tried to be a good exponent of the ideals of Guiding in practical daily life, and tat she has a sense of responsibility for herself and for the safety and well-being of others.

Must understand how to open and run a Post Office savings account, the general working of a National Savings Association, the methods and management of a local savings club or any other suitable co-operative institution for thrift, and herself belong to one.

II Intelligence

Bring in a Cadet Ranger recruit trained as Tenderfoot.

Invent a game and teach it to her company or patrol - explaining the special value of it for her company programme.

Speak for five minutes on any subject of general interest chosen by herself likely to interest Guides.

Lead a sing song or organise a display.

Hold the Campcraft badge or have spent a week in camp.

III Handicraft

Hold five Proficiency badges - Guide or Ranger -  or one Trade badge and two Proficiency badges.  (Cadets should be encouraged to choose those which qualify for Guide First Class and those which would be most helpful in training and interesting Guides).

IV Health

Know health rules and be able to explain and teach by story, rhyme or practical demonstration.

Swimming - Be up to the standard of the elementary certificate of the Royal Life Saving Society.

a) Land drill for rescue and release and Schafer's method of resuscitation.

b) In water second and fourth methods of rescue and one of release - subject to be carried ten yards.

c) Swimming a distance of not less than fifty yards breast stroke and twenty-five-yards back-stroke.

V Service

Organisation - Show knowledge of how to:-

Run a meeting; or Start a company; or Plan and organise a rally.

Recreation - Show knowledge of:

Folk dancing; or Music suitable for Guides and Brownies; or Games - indoor and outdoor; or

Story telling.

Company work - Understand the use and value of:

Records; Competitions; and Ceremonial.

Write a short essay about 300 words  - on one of the following:-

What do you understand by discipline; or Loyalty; or Leadership; or What do you like best about Guiding?

1931 POR - Cadet Ranger Star


I - Character

Must have been an active member of a Guide or Ranger company for 18 months with experience in leadership, as Patrol Leader, or company office holder (e.g. scribe) or acting lieutenant or Captain, etc.

Must have passed Cadet Ranger test.

Must have shown to the satisfaction of the Court of Honour that she has tried to be a good exponent of the ideals of Guiding in practical daily life, and that she has a sense of responsibility for herself and for the safety and well-being of others.

Must understand how to open and run a Post Office savings account, the general working of a National Savings Association, the methods and management of a local savings club or any other suitable co-operative institution for thrift, and herself belong to one.

II - Intelligence.

Bring in a Cadet Ranger recruit trained as Tenderfoot.

Invent a game and teach it to her company or patrol - explaining the special value of it for her company programme.

Speak for five minutes on any subject of general interest chosen by herself likely to interest Guides.

Lead a song-song or organize a display.

Hold the Campcraft badge or have spent a week in camp.

III - Handicraft

Hold five Proficiency badges - Guide or Ranger - or one Trade badge and two Proficiency badges.  (Cadets should be encouraged to choose those which qualify for Guide First Class and those which would be most helpful in training and interesting Guides).

IV - Health

Know health rules and be able to explain and teach by story, rhyme or practical demonstration.

Swimming - Be up to the standard of the elementary certificate of the Royal Life Saving Society.

a) Land drill for rescue and release and Schafer's method of resuscitation.

b) In water second and fourth methods of rescue and one of release - subject to be carried ten yards.

c) Swimming a distance of not les than fifty yards breast stroke and twenty-five yards back stroke.

(If a Ranger Cadet submits a medical certificate stating hat she is unable through physical disability to swim, she may take the Health Badge, but must show a knowledge of teaching swimming land drill).

V - Service

Organisation - Show knowledge of how to:-

Run a meeting; or

Start a company; or

Plan and organise a rally.

Recreation - Show knowledge of:-

Folk dancing; or

Music suitable for Guides and Brownies

or

Games - indoor and outdoor; or

Story telling.

Company work - Understand the use and value of:-

Records; 

Competitions; and

Ceremonial.

Write a short essay about 300 words - on one of the following:-What do you understand by discipline; or

Loyalty; or

Leadership; or

What do you like best about Guiding?

1932 POR - Cadet Ranger Star


I - Character

Must have been an active member of a Guide or Ranger company for 18 months with experience in leadership, as Patrol Leader, or company office holder (e.g. scribe) or acting lieutenant or Captain, etc.

Must have passed Cadet Ranger test.

Must have shown to the satisfaction of the Court of Honour that she has tried to be a good exponent of the ideals of Guiding in practical daily life, and that she has a sense of responsibility for herself and for the safety and well-being of others.

Must understand how to open and run a Post Office savings account, the general working of a National Savings Association, the methods and management of a local savings club or any other suitable co-operative institution for thrift, and herself belong to one.

II - Intelligence.

Bring in a Cadet Ranger recruit trained as Tenderfoot.

Invent a game and teach it to her company or patrol - explaining the special value of it for her company programme.

Speak for five minutes on any subject of general interest chosen by herself likely to interest Guides.

Lead a song-song or organize a display.

Hold the Campcraft badge or have spent a week in camp.

III - Handicraft

Hold five Proficiency badges - Guide or Ranger - or one Trade badge and two Proficiency badges.  (Cadets should be encouraged to choose those which qualify for Guide First Class and those which would be most helpful in training and interesting Guides).

IV - Health

Know health rules and be able to explain and teach by story, rhyme or practical demonstration.

Swimming - Be up to the standard of the elementary certificate of the Royal Life Saving Society.

a) Land drill for rescue and release and Schafer's method of resuscitation.

b) In water second and fourth methods of rescue and one of release - subject to be carried ten yards.

c) Swimming a distance of not les than fifty yards breast stroke and twenty-five yards back stroke.

(If a Ranger Cadet submits a medical certificate stating hat she is unable through physical disability to swim, she may take the Health Badge, but must show a knowledge of teaching swimming land drill).

V - Service

Organisation - Show knowledge of how to:-

Run a meeting; or

Start a company; or

Plan and organise a rally.

Recreation - Show knowledge of:-

Folk dancing; or

Music suitable for Guides and Brownies

or

Games - indoor and outdoor; or

Story telling.

Company work - Understand the use and value of:-

Records; 

Competitions; and

Ceremonial.

Write a short essay about 300 words - on one of the following:-What do you understand by discipline; or

Loyalty; or

Leadership; or

What do you like best about Guiding?

1935 POR - Cadet Ranger Star


I Character

Have been an active member of a Guide or Ranger company for 18 months with experience in leadership, as Patrol Leader, or company office holder (e.g. scribe) or acting lieutenant or captain, etc.

Have passed Cadet Ranger test.

Have shown to the satisfaction of the Court of Honour that she has tried to be a good exponent of the ideals of Guiding in practical daily life, and that she has a sense of responsibility for herself and for the safety and wellbeing of  others. 

Understand how to open and run a Post Office savings account, the general working of a National Savings Association, the methods of and management of a local savings club or any other suitable co-operative institution for thrift, and herself belong to one.

II Intelligence

Must have trained a Tenderfoot.

Invent a gam and teach it to her company or patrol - explaining the special value of it for her company programme. 

Speak for five minutes on any subject of general interest chosen by herself likely to interest Guides.

Lead a sing-song or organise a display.

Hold the Campcraft badge.

III Handicraft

Hold five Proficiency badges - Guide or Ranger - or one Trade badge and two Proficiency badges.  (Cadets should be encouraged to choose those which qualify for Guide First Class and those which would be most helpful in training and interesting Guides.)

IV Health

Know health rules and be able to explain and teach by story, rhyme or practical demonstration.

Swimming - Be up to the standard of the elementary certificate of the Royal Life Saving Society.

a) Land drill for rescue and release and Schafer's method of resuscitation.

b) In water second and fourth methods of rescue and one of release - subject to be carried ten yards.

c) Swimming a distance of not less than fifty yards breast stroke and twenty-five yards back stroke.

(If a Cadet Ranger submits a medical certificate stating that she is unable through physical disability to swim, she may take the Health badge, but must show a knowledge of teaching swimming land drill.)

V Service

Organisation - Show knowledge of how to: 

Run a meeting; or Start a company; or Plan and organize a rally.

Recreation - Show knowledge of:

Folk dancing; or Music suitable for Guides and Brownies; or Games - indoor and outdoor; or Story-telling.

Company work. - Understand the use and value of:

Records; Competitions; and Ceremonial.

Write a short essay about 300 words - on one of the following:

What do you understand by discipline; or Loyalty; or Leadership; or What do you like best about Guiding?

1938 POR - Cadet Ranger Star


I Character

Have been an active member of a Guide or Ranger company for 18 months with experience in leadership, as Patrol Leader, or company office holder (e.g. scribe) or acting lieutenant or captain, etc.

Have passed Cadet Ranger test.

Have shown to the satisfaction of the Court of Honour that she has tried to be a good exponent of the ideals of Guiding in practical daily life, and that she has a sense of responsibility for herself and for the safety and wellbeing of others.

Understand how to open and run a Post Office savings account, the general working of a National savings Association, the methods and management of a local savings club or any other suitable co-operative institution for thrift, and herself belong to one.

II Intelligence

Must have trained a Tenderfoot.

Invent a game and teach it to her company or patrol - explaining the special value of it for her company programme.

Speak for five minutes on any subject of general interest chosen by herself likely to interest Guides.

Lead a sing-song or organise a display.

Hold the Campcraft badge.

III Handicraft

Hold five Proficiency badges - Guide or Ranger - or one Trade badge and two Proficiency badges.  (Cadets should be encouraged to choose those which would be most helpful in training and interesting Guides).

IV Health 

Know health rules and be able to explain and teach by story, rhyme or practical demonstration.

Swimming - Be up to the standard of the elementary certificate of the Royal Life Saving Society.

a) Land drill for rescue and release and Schafer's method of resuscitation.

b) In water second and fourth methods of rescue and one of release - subject to be carried ten yards.

c) Swimming a distance of not less than fifty yards breast stroke and twenty-five yards back stroke.

(If a Cadet Ranger submits a medical certificate stating that she is unable through physical disability to swim, she may take the Health badge, but must show a knowledge of teaching swimming land drill.)

V Service

Organisation - Show knowledge of how to:

Run a meeting; or Start a company; or Plan and organise a rally.

Recreation - Show knowledge of:

Folk dancing; or Music suitable for Guides and Brownies, or Games - indoor and outdoor; or Story telling.

Company work - Understand the use and value of: Records; Competitions; and Ceremonial.

Write a short essay about 300 words - on one of the following:

What do you understand by discipline; or Loyalty; or Leadership; or What do you like best about Guiding?

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