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Guide Association

The Guide Association is the leading charity in the UK for girls and young women in the UK.

The Guide Association was formed in 1910, by the founder of the Scout Association, Robert Baden-Powell (BP as he was known) following an appearance of a group of girls in 1909 at a Boy Scout Rally in Crystal Palace Park. The girls told Robert Baden Powell that they wanted to be able to do the same thing as the boys.

Robert Baden-Powell asked his sister, Agnes to look after the Girl Guides Organisation, and a few years later Robert Baden-Powell’s wife Olave became involved and later became Chief Guide in 1918.

Our Guide Association courses:


First Aid for Brownies

First Aid for Guides

There are 4 sections of the Guide Association:

Rainbows

The Rainbows are aimed at girls aged 5 to 7 years old.

The Rainbows activities are organised around the the 4 areas of the Rainbows Jigsaw:


At the end of the Rainbows age range as they prepare to move up to the Brownies section, Rainbows take on their own Pot of Gold Challenge.


Visit the Rainbows website here.

Guides

The Guides are aimed at girls aged 10 to 14 years old.

The Guides work from 5 zones:

They can also choose to work on:

(the highest award they can achieve)

Visit the guides website here.

Brownies

The Brownies are aimed at girls aged 7 to 10 years old.

The Brownies work from the Brownies Adventures, which is divided into three areas:


Brownies can also work towards a variety of interests badges, from home safety through to First Aid and beyond.


Brownie groups are called packs.


Visit the Brownies website here.