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World Thinking Day

27 februari 2017

On Wednesday 22 February Brownies and Girl Guides from all over the World united to celebrate a special day together called World Thinking Day.

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This year WAGGGS (World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts) decided that their theme would be Growth. We are both Lone Brownies which means that we belong to the WAGGS organisation but have a Brown Owl in the UK that we speak to regularly to earn our badges. We wanted to celebrate this special day too so Ms Jess said we could wear our Brownie uniforms to school that day!

As the theme was Growth we made an enormous line from one end of the football pitch to the other with children from Years 3, 4 and 5. As we encouraged more people to join in, the line grew longer and longer! Then we made a chain where one person put their left hand under their leg and the other person behind them held the hand with their right hand and it kept going on and on! The challenge then was to untangle ourselves without releasing our hands, so we had to work together as a team. We also told lots of children about the WAGGS organisation and explained what being a Brownie is all about.

By Charlotte Ramsden and Florrie Carson