Joey Rangers is a fun way to learn a little bit of discipline, and is a modified versions of the Police Rangers program. There are adventures, activities and training for youth aged 7 – 12.5 years. Joey Rangers teaches self-confidence, sharing, consideration for others and how to follow instructions. Meetings are held during school terms only, usually starting 2nd week of term due to pupil free days.
Are there different levels?
There are no levels for Joey Rangers however once participants are aged 12.5 years they can then move into the Police Rangers program, which is more advanced activity. A uniform is supplied but remains the property of Rockingham PCYC.
Monday 5.15 pm – 6.45 pm
How do I get started?
Please call Rockingham PCYC on (08) 9592 1232 to organise a day and time for you to come along.
If you have phoned and a spot is available, purchase your Term fees here.
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