The Junior Section Badges
The 86th Glasgow Junior Section Activity Programme provides an informal award scheme. This allows boys to gain their awards as they take part in the Friday night programme activities.
The Junior Target Award requires 5 activities, one from each of the five zones and is usually awarded shortly after joining the Junior Section.
The Junior Bronze Award requires 10 activities with at least one from each of the five zones and is usually awarded at age 8/9.
The Junior Silver Award requires 20 activities with at least three from each of the five zones and is usually awarded at age 9/10.
The Junior Gold Award requires 20 activities with at least three from each of the five zones and is usually awarded at age 10/11.
In order to get all 4 awards a Junior Section Boy needs to complete a total of 55 activities over three years. It does not matter what age your son joins at =-- he will join in with others their same age and participate at their own level. There is no judgment about how well they have done, all that is required is to join in and try their best.
In addition Juniors will earn a service badge which shows how many years they have been a member for. A Junior who has been with The Boys' Brigade since 5 years old can earn up to 6 years service.
Awards are worn on a black armband as shown
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