Girlguiding awards recognise members and volunteers for excellent or a longstanding service. If you’re in guiding and you know someone who’s made a real difference, why not put them forward? Find out more and download nomination forms on The Guiding Manual.
If one of the girls in your unit is going for either the Queen’s Guide award or the Chief Guide’s Challenge, then you’ll need Girlguiding Scotland’s Queen’s Guide award registration form and Chief Guide’s Challenge confirmation form.
Girlguiding Scotland awards
Scottish Chief Commissioner’s award and Scottish Chief Commissioner’s Thistle award
There are additional Girlguiding Scotland awards including the Scottish Chief Commissioner’s award and the Scottish Chief Commissioner’s Thistle award.
Young members under the age of 19 who have demonstrated outstanding bravery overcome personal challenges or were responsible during a specific incident are eligible for the Thistle award.
The Scottish Chief Commissioner’s award is for members aged 19+ who have made an outstanding contribution to Scottish guiding; for meritorious conduct or for outstanding service in the face of adversity!
If you have someone in mind for either of these awards, download the nomination form and apply by Friday 9 November 2019.
Girlguiding Scotland Growing Guiding award
This new award is for Girlguiding Scotland volunteers who have helped us achieve our access goals by making a difference in their local community.
Helping more girls and adults from across Scotland to access the benefits of guiding is key to Girlguiding Scotland’s strategy for 2019-2021.
Our ACCESS goals are:
- Every girls and young woman who wants to join guiding in Scotland will have the opportunity to do so
- Girls and adults from diverse backgrounds and communities across Scotland will want to join guiding
- Every adult volunteer will receive a warm welcome and an induction specific to their role
The next nomination deadline is 31 March 2020. All you have to do is complete the nomination form!