We're challenging the beauty myth - so girls aren't held back by worrying about how they look
Did you know 1 in 3 girls aged 11-16 compare themselves to celebrities most of the time?
Anxiety about how they look shouldn't be holding girls back. But this year's Girls' Attitudes Survey showed that girls feel like it does.
So we're working to build their body confidence and show them that they can do all sorts of things if they try.
Girlguiding helps girls realise 'Oh, I can do this'
When there is so much adventure to be had and exciting skills to learn - why would appearances matter?
Our volunteers are constantly setting new challenges for girls to overcome and encouraging them to try things they've never attempted before. They're free to experiment, discover, fail, achieve and grow in Rainbows (4-7), Brownies (7-10), Guides (10-14) and Rangers (14-18).
In a world where there aren't many women in the top leadership positions, in Girlguiding girls are leading right from the get go. Our Rainbows decide which activities they're going to do in their Rainbow chat, Brownies get to lead their small groups or 'sixes', while Guides can help out leading in younger age groups.