Rainbows learn by doing – they get their hands dirty, do sports, arts and crafts and play games. Being a Rainbow is all about having the space to try new things. Through taking part in a range of different activities with girls their own age, Rainbows develop self-confidence and make lots of new friends.
Rainbows learn and grow through a programme of age-appropriate activities, trips and adventures – both in their regular meetings and at special events.They can work towards interest badges, where they can learn about everything from recycling to storytelling, and start their skills builder journey, developing core skills and trying new things like camping, leadership and first aid.There’re even awards they can earn, like the Rainbow Gold award and the six Theme awards, that show their commitment and encourage pride in their achievements.Rainbows are supported by a group of highly trained, inspirational leaders to explore, challenge themselves and have fun.
Rainbows can explore their interest and earn all kinds of badges such as: