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Exciting, messy, friendly and fun!

Rainbows is all about girls learning by doing, developing self-confidence and building friendships.

What is Rainbows?

Rainbows is an exciting programme for girls aged 5-7 to learn and grow through having fun, going on trips and adventures – both in their regular meetings and at special events. Girls get their hands dirty, do arts and crafts, try different sports, get in touch with nature and play games with friends.

They can work towards interest badges, where they can learn about everything from recycling to storytelling, and start their skills builder journey, by trying new things like camping, developing leadership skills and  learning first aid.

Join Rainbows

Is your daughter interested in joining the fun? To find out more about guiding in your area and if there are spaces available at your local unit, register her interest today!

Rainbow awards

Girls can earn the Rainbow Gold award and the six Theme awards, which show their commitment and encourage pride in their achievements. Rainbows are supported by a group of highly-trained, inspirational leaders who helps girls challenge themselves and have fun.

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Girlguiding Scotland 16 Coates Crescent Edinburgh EH3 7AH
In this notice we refer to “Girlguiding,” this is in connection to membership (GO) data. Girlguiding refers to the registered charity, The Guide Association (no. 306016 in England, Wales and Scotland. Girlguiding’s registered charity number is 306016 (England and Wales) and SC038436 (Scotland).

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If you have any concerns about the Girlguiding Scotland privacy notice or about how we deal with data, or how we’ve used your data, please get in touch. Write to or email the data protection officer at:
dataprotection@girlguiding-scot.org.uk
The data protection officer Girlguiding Scotland 16 Coates Crescent Edinburgh EH3 7AH
If your enquiry is about Girlguiding’s membership system (GO) and how they deal with data, or use your data please contact Girlguiding’s data protection team:
dataprotection@girlguiding.org.uk
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