Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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2000 Guide G-File - Traditions of Guiding Badge


Do five of the following (for every further five clauses completed you may gain a second badge):


1) Know how to fold a flag and hoist colours.  Demonstrate your skills to your Patrol.

2) Demonstrate how to carry and present unit colours.  Show how to roll, store and care for unit colours.

3) Use and explain four whistle and hand signals.

4) Tie a Reef Knot and a Packer's Knot.  Demonsrate their use on a parcel or bedding roll.

5) Traditionally Guides march formally into a horseshoe.  Find out how this is done and try it.

6) Lay or follow a trail using woodcraft signs.

7) Strike a match correctly and light a candle.

8) Use Scout's pace to cover 1.6km or 1 mile and remember a verbal message.

9) Use semaphore to send and read a message.

10) Know the first two verses of your national anthem.

11) Know ten significant facts about the history of Guiding.  Share this information with your Patrol in the form of a quiz, game, poster, etc.

12) Lay a table for a three course meal.  Use a centre piece and fold the napkins in an interesting way.

13) Set a map with a compass and walk on a bearing.

14) Whip the end of a rope to stop it fraying.

15) Do an activity that shows a camping skill, eg pitch and strike a tent, make a gadget, light a fire.

16) Explain and, where possible, demonstrate how to turf before lighting a fire.

17) with your Patrol plan and do a pioneering activity, eg a rope ladder, hay maker bridge or swing.

18) Make and use a buddy burner.

19) Learn the words of the World Song and sing with members of your Patrol.

20) At a camp fire prepare and cook dampers.

21) Find out what Guides did for a 'first class' award.

22) Make a lanyard to wear at camp.

23) Learn two graces and teach them to your Patrol.

24) Demonstrate the international symbol of recognition when meeting another guide.

25) Know what the Union flag is made up of and draw it correctly.

26) Research a guiding tradition in another section .

2005 Guide Badge File - Traditions of Guiding Badge

1) Know how to fold a flag and hoist colours.  Demonstrate your skills to your Patrol.
2) Demonstrate how to carry and present unit colours.  Show how to roll, store and care for unit colours.
3) Use and explain four whistle and hand signals.
4) Tie a reef know and a packer's knot.  Demonstrate their use on a parcel or bedding roll.
5) Traditionally, Guides march formally into a horseshoe.  Find out how this is done and try it.
6) Lay or follow a trail using woodcraft signs.
7) Strike a match correctly and light a candle.
8) Use Scout's pace to cover 1.6km or one mile.  Remember a verbal message and deliver it at the end.
9) Use semaphore to send and read a simple message.
10) Know the first two verses of your national anthem.
11) Know ten significant facts about the history of guiding.  Share this information with your Patrol in the form of a quiz, game, poster etc.
12) Lay a table for a three course meal.  Use a centerpiece and fold the napkins in an interesting way.
13) Set a map with a compass and walk on a bearing.
14) Whip the end of a rope to stop it fraying.
15) Do an activity that shows a camping skill, eg pitch and strike a tent, make a gadget, light a fire.
16) Explain and, where possible, demonstrate how to turf before lighting a fire.
17) With your Patrol, plan and do a pioneering activity, e.t. make a rope ladder, haymaker bridge or swing.
18) Make and use a buddy burner.
19) Learn the words of the World Song and sing it with members of your Patrol.
20) At a campfire, prepare and cook dampers.
21) Find out what Guides did for a 'first class' award.
22) Make a lanyard to wear at camp.
23) Learn two graces and teach them to your Patrol.
24) Demonstrate the international symbol of recognition when meeting another Guide.
25) Know what makes up the Union Flag and draw it correctly.
26) Research a guiding tradition in another section.
2014 (September) Guide Badges Download - Traditions of Guiding Badge

Do five of these clauses.  For every further five clauses you compete, you may have another badge.
1) Know how to fold a flag and hoist colours.
2) Demonstrate how to carry and present unit colours, and how to roll, store and care for them.
3) Use and explain four whistle and hand signals.
4) Tie a reef know and a packer's knot.  Demonstrate their use on a parcel or bedding roll.
5) Traditionally, Guides march formally into a horseshoe.  Find out how this is done and try it.
6) Lay or follow a trail using woodcraft/tracking signs.
7) Strike a match correctly, and light a candle.
8) Use Scout's pace to cover 1.6km or one mile.  Remember a verbal message and deliver it at the end.
9) Use semaphore to send and read a simple message.
10) Know the first two verses of your national anthem.
11) Know ten significant facts about the history of guiding.  Share this information with your Patrol in the form of a quiz, game, poster etc.
12) Lay a table for a three-course meal.  Use a centerpiece and fold the napkins in an interesting way.
13) Set a map with a compass and walk on a bearing.
14) Whip the end of a rope to stop it fraying.
15) Do an activity that show a camping skill; eg pitch and strike a tent, make a gadget, light a fire.
16) Explain and, where possible, demonstrate how to turf before lighting a fire.
17) With your Patrol, plan and do a pioneering activity, eg make a rope ladder, haymaker bridge or swing.
18) Make and use a buddy burner.
19) Learn the words of the World Song and sing it with members of your Patrol.
20) At a campfire, prepare and cook dampers.
21) Find out what Guides did for a 'first class' award.
22) Make a lanyard to wear in camp.
23) Learn two graces and teach them to your Patrol.
24) Demonstrate the international symbol of recognition when meeting another Guide.
25) Know what makes up the Union Flag and draw it correctly.
26) Research a Guiding tradition in another section.

2019 (July) Badge Finder - Traditions of Guiding


Do five of these clauses. For every further five clauses you complete, you may have another badge.


1. Know how to fold a flag and hoist colours. Demonstrate your skills to your Patrol.

2. Demonstrate how to carry and present unit colours. Show how to roll, store and care for unit colours.

3. Use and explain four whistle and hand signals.

4. Tie a reef knot and a packer's knot. Demonstrate their use on a parcel or bedding roll.

5. Traditionally, Guides march formally into a horseshoe. Find out how this is done and try it.

6. Lay or follow a trail using woodcraft signs.

7. Strike a match correctly and light a candle.

8. Use Scout's pace to cover 1.6km or one mile. Remember a verbal message and deliver it at the end.

9. Use semaphore to send and read a simple message.

10. Know the first two verses of your national anthem.

11. Know ten significant facts about the history of guiding. Share this information with your Patrol in the form of a quiz, game, poster etc.

12. Lay a table for a three-course meal. Use a centrepiece and fold the napkins in an interesting way.

13. Set a map with a compass and walk on a bearing.

14. Whip the end of a rope to stop it fraying.

15. Do an activity that shows a camping skill; eg pitch and strike a tent, make a gadget, light a fire.

16. Explain and, where possible, demonstrate how to turf before lighting a fire.

17. With your Patrol, plan and do a pioneering activity; eg make a rope ladder, haymaker bridge or swing.

18. Make and use a buddy burner.

19. Learn the words of the World Song and sing it with members of your Patrol.

20. At a campfire, prepare and cook dampers.

21. Find out what Guides did for a ‘first class' award.

22. Make a lanyard to wear at camp.

23. Learn two graces and teach them to your Patrol.

24. Demonstrate the international symbol of recognition when meeting another Guide.

25. Know what makes up the Union Flag and draw it correctly.

26. Research a guiding tradition in another section.

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