Children at King’s Lynn school celebrate World Thinking Day
- Credit: Howard Junior School
Young scouts and guides in King's Lynn have gone to school with more than their thinking caps on today.
To celebrate World Thinking Day, children at Howard Junior School have dressed in their Scouts, Beavers, Cubs and Brownies uniforms to encourage others to join.
Executive head of the school, Gregory Hill, said: 'There are wonderful organisations working with young people in King's Lynn and Western Norfolk.
'We would like this opportunity to encourage more young people to join these organisations and benefit from doing so.
'There are so many opportunities in joining the global Scouts/Guides movements - learning new skills, making new friends, gaining confidence and independence.'
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World Thinking Day is celebrated on February 22 every year by Scout and Guide organisations around the world, to learn about the meaning of Guiding and to think about others.
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