A special day
In 1926, Girl Guide and Girl Scout delegates from around the globe met in the USA for the 4th World Conference. Among other decisions, they agreed that there should be a special annual day when Girl Guides and Girl Scouts around the world think of each other and express their thanks and
appreciation for our international Movement. This was called Thinking Day. The delegates chose 22 February as the date for Thinking Day because it was the birthday of both Lord Baden-Powell, founder of the Boy Scout Movement, and Olave Baden-Powell, who was World Chief Guide.
Children are able to come into school in their Girl Guide, Scout, Brownie, Rainbow, Cub or Beaver uniforms on 22nd February.
More information about World Thinking Day is available at: www.wagggs.org/en/what-we-do/world-thinking-day/