Rainbows is our section for girls aged five to seven.
Rainbows is all about developing self-confidence, building friendships, learning new things and having fun.
Girls get their hands dirty with arts and crafts, trying out cooking and playing games. Rainbows is all about learning by doing.
If you want to register your daughter for Rainbows, simply follow the link below to our registration site and fill in the simple forms.Register Here Rainbows Website
What do girls say about Rainbows?
- 'The best bit was the party for my Promise because we all ate chocolate cake!'
Louise / Age 5 /
- We're a little bit the same and a little bit different to other girls. I think Rainbows learn more things. I think it's easier than at school because there are no boys.
Isha / Age 6 /
- We play games, we celebrate things, we write in our books, we play on the computer, we do painting
Fareeha / Age 6 /
What's New With Birmingham Rainbows
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The Rainbow Jigsaw
Rainbows follow a programme called the Rainbow Jigsaw, through which they can take part in lots of different activities with girls their own age.
We encourage girls to look around them and learn about their own environment and community.
Rainbows learn by taking part in a wide range of activities such as trying out crafts and recipes, playing games and visiting local places of interest.
Rainbows have lots of fun. Meetings involve games, songs, parties, celebrations and making a mess! Girls love sleepovers too!
Through Rainbows, girls learn about caring and sharing with family and friends, working together, fair play, and being considerate and helpful to others.