The Girl Scout educational method is WAGGGS’ unique model of non-formal education to support the development of young people in diverse groups. Used well, it creates a learning environment where young people can take the lead and make choices about what they do. By using the method effectively, leaders will empower youth members and any programme activity can become relevant and exciting.


Learning in small groups

We learn to: support each other, negotiate, make democratic decisions, assert our needs, solve problems together and take the lead.


My Path , My Pace

We learn to: respect individuals, make our own choices, learn in the best way for us, value our achievements, collaborate not compete and be confident.


Learning by doing

We learn to: face challenges, learn through experience, take risks, make mistakes, get involved and pay attention.


Connecting with others

We learn to: value others, appreciate diversity, listen, connect, make a difference, develop empathy and communicate.


Connecting with my world

We learn to: be active citizens, get our hands dirty, enjoy the outdoors, get involved in our community, speak out for change and pay attention to the wider world.

Each age group have their own tailor made method


Butterflies: (4 to 7 years) they are the youngest members of the big Girl Scout family. Their motto is “Always smiling”, they learn through games, songs, dances and activities.flex-center


The Brownies: (8 to 11 years) Their motto is “Do your best” the aim of the program is to create social individuals through games and their method is a progression in the forest where they learn about themselves and others.


Girl Scouts: (12 to 14 years): they are “Always prepared “for everything action, adventure, game, and any activity a good program can provide.


Caravels : (15 to 17 years): they widen their horizon through friendship, challenges and new experiences. They are expected to show loyalty, enthusiasm, perseverance and to serve the community.

The Facilitators


Leaders : 17 years old…all they need is interest in working with young people. Leadership is voluntary, challenging, rewarding, fun and a way of making new friends…


Commissioners : 22 years old…they are responsible of the leaders’ training, planning & organizing in order to accomplish the aim of the association. They are the governance body of the association.