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Duke of Edinburgh's Award -

A passport to a brighter future, valued by employers and universities

Update: Coronavirus restrictions

If you can get your Volunteering, Physical and Skills sections completed, you will now receive the "2020 DofE Certificate of Achievement"

Don't worry if you have not been able to complete your activities, do what you can at home and record what you've done so far on your eDofE. You can now change the activity to complete the final weeks/months of activity, for example keeping fit at home ready when you can play your team sport again.

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award aims to provide an enjoyable, challenging and rewarding programme of personal development for young people.

The different sections are...

  • Volunteering
  • Physical
  • Skills
  • Expedition
  • Residential (Gold)

Year 10 students start their activities in the autumn and then begin planning and training for the 2 day expedition in the new year. Silver & Gold students will also continue or start new activities and have planning meetings for their expeditions.

Discover you DofE.mp4

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