Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1987 (September) Guiding magazine - Guide Road Safety badge introduced.

1987 Guide Badge Book Amendments - Road Safety Badge


1) Tell the tester what are the main causes of road accidents to children of your own age in your area.

2) Design a poster/leaflet for a special road safety campaign e.g. being seen by night and day.

3) Show in your own way that you understand the road safety problems for:

a) Younger children than yourself.

b) Your Patrol.

c) Elderly people.

d) Disabled people.

e) Animals.

4) Know the Highway Code as it applies to pedestrians and cyclists together with an understanding of traffic lights, signs, road markings and signals given by road users an d Police.

5) Know how to summon help in the event of a road accident.

1989 Guide Badge Book - Road Safety Badge


1) Tell the tester what are the main causes of road accidents to children of your own age in your area.

2) Design a poster/leaflet for a special road safety campaign e.g. being seen by night and day.

3) Show in your own way that you understand the road safety problems for:

a) Younger children than yourself.

b) Your Patrol.

c) Elderly people.

d) Disabled people.

e) Animals.

4) Know the Highway Code as it applies to pedestrians and cyclists together with an understanding of traffic lights, signs, road markings and signals given by road users and Police.

5) Know how to summon help in the event of a road accident.

1991 Guide Badge Book - Road Safety Badge


1) Tell the tester what are the main causes of road accidents to children of your own age in your area.

2) Design a poster/leaflet for a special road-safety campaign, for example being seen by night and day.

3) Show in your own way that you understand the road-safety problems for:

a) children younger than yourself

b) your Patrol

c) elderly people

d) disabled people

e) animals

4) Know the Highway Code as it applies to pedestrians and cyclists together with an understanding of traffic lights, signs, road markings and signals given by the road users and police.

5) Know how to summon help in the event of a road accident.

1995 Guide Badge Book - Road Safety Badge

1) Tell the tester what are the main causes of road accidents to children of your own age in your area.
2) Design a poster or leaflet for a special road-safety campaign, for example being seen by night and day.
3) show in your own way that you understand the road-safety problems for:
a) children younger than yourself
b) your Patrol
c) elderly people
d) disabled people
e) animals.
4) Know the Highway Code as it applies to pedestrians and cyclists together with an understanding of traffic lights, signs, road markings and signals given by road users and police.
5) Know how to summon help in the event of a road accident.
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