Returning to Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting

Be prepared and Be COVID-19 aware. Supporting you to return back to face to face meetings safely.

Last updated: 15 September 2020

As we navigate our changed world, it is vital that we continue to offer every girl and any girl the brave space she needs to develop as a leader and build skills for life.

Be prepared and Be Covid-19 Aware has been designed to help you prepare to deliver a safe and quality experience to your members.

(Click here to download the Be Prepared, Be COVID-19 aware web pages)

Before you begin, use the statements below to see what option may be best for you.


1) I am able to return to face-to-face Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting based on the advice of my National Association.

ANSWER: You are in the right place. This series of web pages: Be Prepared, Be COVID-19 aware will help you to:

2) I am able to deliver some Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting activities in-person, in small groups, based on the advice of my National Association.

ANSWER: Why don't you deliver some activities remotely and some activities in-person where you can.

  • Read our web page series: For Her Digital World, which contains recommendations on how to deliver Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting remotely.
  • Read Be Prepared, Be COVID-19 aware to support you to return to face to face activities safely.

3) I cannot safely return to face to face girl guiding and girl scouting

ANSWER: Why don't you deliver activities remotely

  • Read our web page series: For Her Digital World, which contains recommendations on how to deliver Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting remotely.

Please remember to follow the medical and safety advice of WHO , your local government and your National Association regarding COVID-19 guidelines.

What are Girl Guide and Girl Scout Associations Organisations doing around the world?*

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    9%

    have returned to face-to-face Girl Guiding and Girl scouting

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    31%

    are only delivering activities online

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    33%

    are delivering a combination of online and face-to-face activities

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