• Duke of Edinburugh programme

Duke of Edinburugh programme

What is the Duke of Edinburgh Programme?

There are three progressive levels of DofE programmes which are Bronze, Silver and the Gold Award.

Each DofE programme usually starts near the end of the summer term.

Why do the Duke of Edinburgh Award?

"The DofE gives you the chance to do something completely new and improve on things you’re already doing. It takes you out of your comfort zone and into a place where you’ll push yourself and have amazing new experiences. You’ll build confidence, resilience, skills and friendship groups. Plus you’ll have a brilliant time doing it."

"The award can help you to carve out a better future. Colleges, universities and employers regard a DofE award highly so it will help to open the right doors for you. If you’re keen to get off the sofa and put 100% into something that could change your life, the DofE is for you".

Students interested in applying for the programme should make an initial enquiry through their Form Tutor.

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