What age can my daughter start rainbows?

four to seven
Rainbows is for all girls aged four to seven (five in some areas). Rainbows learn by doing – they get their hands dirty, do sports, arts and crafts and play games.

What age do girls move from Rainbows to Brownies?

Here’s a guide to when it might happen: Rainbows move up to Brownies aged 7. Brownies move up to Guides aged 10. Guides move up to Rangers aged 14.

Can Brownies help at Rainbows?

Guides aged 10 to 14 can help out at Rainbow and Brownie units and are part of your unit team. They’ll be known as Rainbow or Brownie helpers.

How long is a rainbows session?

Each session lasts an hour and it cost £1 a week. They do arts and crafts, games, songs, baking etc. She’s loved it but she’s now 7 and after the October holidays is moving up to Brownies.

What Colour is the rainbow uniform?

The current uniform, since 2004, consists of a blue and red polo shirt with the Rainbow logo on it, a red hooded jacket and a choice of either tracksuit bottoms, leggings or cycling shorts, which the girls are encouraged to pick themselves. All items come in the Rainbow colours of light blue and red.

Do Rainbows have to wear uniform?

What Rainbows wear. All girls should have a uniform top and bottom. These can be worn for unit meetings, days out and events where a formal uniform is needed. Girls can accessorise with additional items from our range – for example, a tabard or baseball cap – but these are not part of the uniform.

Is the Girlguiding 50p worth anything?

A normal version of the girl guiding 50p is worth £4 because there are more than 7.4million in circulation. The rarest 50p featured Kew Gardens. Some 210,000 were minted in 2009. Another girl guiding 50p sold on eBay for more than 164,900 per cent its value in 2018.

What is a senior brownie called?

Units. ‘Unit’ is the name given to a group of Rainbows, Brownies, Guides or members of The Senior Section, their Leaders and Leadership Team.

What is the Rainbow Promise?

The Rainbow promise is a shortened version of the Brownie and Girl Guides’ promise, adapted to accommodate the Rainbows’ young age. The promise is: I promise that I will do my best, to think about my beliefs and to be kind and helpful.

When did Brownie badges change?

In 1994 a special Promise Badge for Guiders was introduced, to be worn instead of their Brownie/Guide/Ranger/Cadet Promise badges. Over the years Guiding Promise Badges have changed in style many times.