Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1930 POR - Empire Knowledge Badge

Be able to name all the principal self-governing Dominions and Crown Colonies of the Empire.
Must correspond for at least a year with someone in one of the Dominions or Crown Colonies and write an essay on the Dominion or Crown Colony.
Must find out what articles in her home can be obtained within the Empire and know where they are produced.
Either (1) know details of facilities for land settlement and other employment in one Colony or Dominion; or (2) draw or model the course of one river of the Empire from source to mouth and know something of the country through which is passes.
Act with her patrol scenes from the history of two of the following: 
Nicholson, Drake, Cook, Wolfe, Livingstone, East India Company, Scott, Botha, Hudson Bay Company, Gordon, Hastings, Rhodes, Hawke.
N.B. - Rangers living in the Empire overseas may choose a correspondent in, or write an essay on, the British Isles, instead of a Dominion or Crown Colony.
1931 POR - Empire Knowledge Badge

Be able to name all the principal self-governing Dominions and Crown Colonies of the Empire.
Must correspond for at least a year with someone in one of the Dominions or Crown Colonies and write an essay on the Dominion or Crown Colony.
Must find out what articles in her home can be obtained within the Empire and know where they are produced.
Either (1) know details of facilities for land settlement and other employment in one Colony or Dominion; or (2) draw or model the course of one river of the Empire from source to mouth and know something of the country through which is passes.
Act with her patrol scenes from the history of two of the following: 
Nicholson, Drake, Cook, Wolfe, Livingstone, East India Company, Scott, Botha, Hudson Bay Company, Gordon, Hastings, Rhodes, Hawke.
N.B. - Rangers living in the Empire overseas may choose a correspondent in, or write an essay on, the British Isles, instead of a Dominion or Crown Colony.

1932 POR - Empire Knowledge Badge


Be able to name all the principal self-governing Dominions and at least twelve Colonies of the Empire.
Correspond for at least a year with someone in one of the Dominions or Crown Colonies and write an essay on the Dominion or Colony, or
Have been a reader of one of the Dominion Guide periodicals (such as the Canadian Girl Guide, or the Girl Guide Magazine of South Africa) for at least a year..
Find out what articles in her home can be obtained within the Empire and know where they are produced.
Either (1) know something of the early history of the country whose magazine she is reading, or with which she is corresponding, and the original settlements in that country; or
(2) Draw or model the course of one river of the Empire from source to mouth and know something of the country through which is passes.
Act with her Patrol, scenes from the history of two of the following: 
Nicholson, Drake, Cook, Wolfe, Livingstone, East India Company, Scott, Botha, Hudson Bay Company, Gordon, Hastings, Rhodes, Hawke.
N.B. - Rangers living in the Empire overseas may choose a correspondent in, or write an essay on, the British Isles, instead of a Dominion or Colony.

1935 POR - Empire Knowledge Badge


Be able to name all the principal self-governing Dominions and at least twelve Colonies of the Empire.
Correspond for at least a year with someone in one of the Dominions or Crown Colonies and write an essay on the Dominion or Colony, or
Have been a reader of one of the Guide periodicals published in one of the Dominions, or in India, for at least a year..
Find out what articles in her home can be obtained within the Empire and know where they are produced.
Either (1) know something of the early history of the country whose magazine she is reading, or with which she is corresponding, and the original settlements in that country; or
(2) Draw or model the course of one river of the Empire from source to mouth and know something of the country through which is passes.
Act in a scene from the history of two of the following: 
Nicholson, Drake, Cook, Wolfe, Livingstone, East India Company, Scott, Botha, Hudson Bay Company, Gordon, Hastings, Rhodes, Hawke.
N.B. - Rangers living in the Empire overseas may choose a correspondent in, or write an essay on, the British Isles, instead of a Dominion or Colony.

1938 POR - Empire Knowledge Badge


Be able to name all the principal self-governing Dominions and at least twelve Colonies of the Empire.
Correspond for at least a year with someone in one of the Dominions or Crown Colonies and write an essay on the Dominion or Colony, or
Have been a reader of one of the Guide periodicals published in one of the Dominions, or in India, for at least a year.
Find out what articles in her home can be obtained within the Empire and know where they are produced.
Either (1) know something of the early history of the country whose magazine she is reading, or with which she is corresponding, and the original settlements in that country; or
(2) Draw or model the course of one river of the Empire from source to mouth and know something of the country through which is passes.
Act in a scene from the history of two of the following: 
Nicholson, Drake, Cook, Wolfe, Livingstone, East India Company, Scott, Botha, Hudson Bay Company, Gordon, Hastings, Rhodes, Hawke.
N.B. - Rangers living in the Empire overseas may choose a correspondent in, or write an essay on, the British Isles, instead of a Dominion or Colony.
1938 Edition - Sea Sense (Sea Ranger Handbook) - this badge is available embroidered in blue, for Sea Rangers.

1939 POR - Empire Knowledge Badge


1) Name all the principal self-governing Dominions and at least twelve Colonies of the Empire.
2) Correspond for at least a year with someone in one of the Dominions or Crown Colonies and write an essay on the Dominion or Colony, or
3) Have been a reader of one of the Guide periodicals published in one of the Dominions, or in India, for at least a year.
4) Find out what articles in her home can be obtained within the Empire and know where they are produced.
5) Either (a) know something of the early history of the country whose magazine she is reading, or with which she is corresponding, and the original settlements in that country; or
(b) Draw or model the course of one river of the Empire from source to mouth and know something of the country through which is passes.
5) Act in a scene, or tell in an interesting way a story from the history of two of the following: 
Nicholson, Drake, Cook, Wolfe, Livingstone, East India Company, Scott, Botha, Hudson Bay Company, Gordon, Hastings, Rhodes, Hawke.
N.B. - Rangers living in the Empire overseas may choose a correspondent in, or write an essay on, the British Isles, instead of a Dominion or Colony.
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