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Posted On April 26, 2015By RBSWebMasterIn

What is the Brownie Code for safety on the web?

The Internet can be a wonderful resource for children. You can use it to research school reports, communicate with teachers and other children, and play interactive games. Children who are old enough to type in a few letters on the keyboard can literally access the world. If you want to know more information about web safety, there are many resources for you pick up more hints and tips.   When surfing the internet, I promise that… [list-checkmark] I will follow my parent(s)/guardian(s) “rules” for me using a computer,Read More

Posted On April 26, 2015By RBSWebMasterIn

What are Brownie Sixes?

As a Brownie you are part of a small group called a Six. Your Six will have a special name and a Six badge. You will be given your Six badge to sew on to your uniform. Most Sixes have 6 Brownies (that is why they are called a Six). A Six is led by an older Brownie called a Sixer, she is helped by another Brownie called a Seconder. All Sixers and Seconders are chosen as they are responsible, helpful and friendly. It is an achievement to become aRead More

Posted On April 26, 2015By RBSWebMasterIn

What is the Brownie Story?

This is why a Brownie is called a Brownie… The cottage on the edge of the wood was in an awful mess. There were dishes to be washed, clothes to be ironed and toys scattered all over the floor. Tommy and Betty didn’t care. They hated boring old housework. “What I am going to do?” their mother sighed. “I can’t keep the cottage tidy. If only we had a Brownie!” “Whats a Brownie?” asked Tommy. “A Brownie is a magical little creature, which slips into houses very early before anyoneRead More

Posted On April 26, 2015By RBSWebMasterIn

What are the Brownie Promise and Law?

Brownies make the simple Promise that they share with members around the world. The Brownie Promise: I promise that I will do my best: To love my God, To serve the Queen and my country, To help other people, and To keep the Brownie Guide Law.   The Brownie Guide Law: A Brownie Guide thinks of others before herself and does a Good Turn every day.Read More

Posted On April 26, 2015By RBSWebMasterIn

What happens at the Brownie Enrolment Ceremony?

After you have been attending for 6 to 8 weeks we will ask you to make you Promise at a special Promise Ceremony. This is when you will become a proper fully-fledged Brownie. Making your promise is a very special occasion and we welcome family and friends along to the ceremony. But it’s nothing to worry about! We wait for family/friends to arrive and then we all get into a big circle. You will stand inbetween you Sixer and Seconder in the circle. There are normally 3 or 4 BrowniesRead More

Posted On April 26, 2015By RBSWebMasterIn

I Want To Be A Brownie! What Happens Next?

To become a Brownie you must have reached your 7th Birthday. We do have a waiting list so you will have to ask one of your parent to register your interest with the GirlGuiding website. Once we have a space, we will send you an invite to come along to your first Brownie night – the Welcome to Brownies letter. You will get this in the post and it will state the date and time of your first meeting. This invite will be addressed to you, not your Mum orRead More

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