Rainbows are aged five to seven and follow a programme called the Rainbow Jigsaw.  This involves a wide range of activities and games.  Being a Rainbow is all about learning, developing self confidence, building friendships and of course having lots of fun!

The Rainbow Jigsaw has four areas:

Look     Learn     Laugh     Love

Leaving Rainbows

At the end of every Rainbow is a pot of gold! When a Rainbow is nearly seven she will begin to prepare for her move to Brownies and her Leader will help plan her Pot of Gold party.  Most Rainbows leave at the end of term , so parties are often shared by several Rainbows.

For more information about Rainbows, visit The Girlguiding UK’s Rainbows Web Pages


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