Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1981 Guide Handbook - Red Trefoil Badge


Make progress in keeping each of the Eight Points:

Thinking For Yourself

Keeping Fit

Keeping the Guide Law

Exploring The Arts

Getting To Know People

Giving Service

Becoming A Homemaker

Enjoying The Out Of Doors.

1983 Guide Handbook - Red Trefoil Badge


During the twelve months you are working towards your Red Trefoil Badge you need to:

1) Take more responsibility in your Patrol and organize some of the activities your Patrol chooses.

2) Introduce something new to your Patrol or your Unit.

3) Decide on a particular part of the Programme and make as much progress as you can in it during the twelve months.

4) Do two of the following activities:

a) Light a fire out of doors and cook on it.

b) Learn to use a Silva Compass and use your knowledge in a practical way.

c) Know your neighbourhood well enough to be able to direct a stranger.

d) Fit up and be able to use a pocket first aid kit suitable for hiking.

5) Meet a challenge set by your Guider or Patrol Leaders.

6) Set your own targets choosing suggestions from the ideas chapter, Today's Guide, the Patrol Ideas Packs or any other useful source.  This time, as you write down your choice, think out the stages you will need to work through to reach your target.  Write the stages down and show them to your Patrol and your Guider.

Near the end of the twelve months tell your Patrol about the targets you have reached.  Talk over with your Guider the progress you feel you made in working for these targets and how you have tried to keep your Promise during the year.

1988 Trefoil Badges Supplement to Guide Handbook - Red Trefoil Badge


During the twelve months you are working towards your Red Trefoil Badge you will need to:

1) Take responsibility in your Patrol and organise some of the activities chosen by your Patrol.  Introduce something new to your Patrol or Company.

2) Decide on one particular part of the Programme, e.g. Working towards a Collective Emblem, Patrol Interest Pennant or Guide Camp Permit and make as much progress as you can during the twelve months or show how you have progressed in an interest or hobby over the twelve months.

3) Do three of the following:

a) Learn to use a Silva compass and use your knowledge in a practical way.

b) Fit up and be able to use a pocket first-aid kit and know the safety factors which should be observed when planning or carrying out an outing, expedition or hike.

c) List ways in which the following can damage your health and discuss them with someone chosen by your Guider:

Food, alcohol, drugs, smoking or solvents.

d) Invite a small group of people (e.g. a Brownie or Cub Six, Scout Patrol, Rangers, Venture Scouts or Young Leaders, Parents or interested adults) to an evening with your Patrol.  Provide simple refreshments.  Discuss your plans with your Guider beforehand.

e) Find out about WAGGGS.  Describe five things which link Guides all over the world.  Know where the World Bureau is located.  On a map show where the world Centres are, and discover something about the countries in which they are situated.

4) Meet a challenge set by your Guider or Patrol Leaders' Council.

5) Set your own targets using suggestions from : the ideas chapter Today's Guide; the Patrol Ideas Packs; a Ranger; Young Leader or any other useful source.  This time as you write down your choice, think out the stages you will need to work through to reach your target.  Write the stages down and show them to your Patrol and your Guider.  

Near the end of the twelve months, tell your Patrol what you have done whilst working for this Trefoil Badge.  Talk over with your Guider the progress you feel you have made and how you have tried to keep your Promise during the year.

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