The Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme at Gordon's School is thriving.
Students participate in several trips, visits and challenges in order to achieve their Bronze, Silver and Gold DofE awards.
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award will not only enhance the CVs and university applications of those students involved, but also allows them to build on their team work skills, survival skills, and allows them to learn new skills they would otherwise have not experienced.
For an overview on how to get started on the DofE journey, together with what is required and how this can be achieved, please click here. Please see below for video on the eDofE App.
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme explained...
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award groups working towards Bronze, Silver and Gold awards are a strong and vibrant part of our school community. Please click here to read about how each award can be achieved. Typically, students in Year 9 are encouraged to participate in the Bronze Award, students in Year 11 the Silver Award, and Sixth Form students the Gold Award.
Outline of the scheme
|Volunteering||Students undertake service to individuals or the community|
|Physical||Students aim to improve in an area of sport, dance or fitness|
|Skills||Students develop practical and social skills and personal interests|
Students plan and train for the completion of an adventurous journey in the UK or overseas
At Gold Level, students must do an additional fifth residential section, which involves staying and working away from home doing
a shared activity
* Only students doing the Gold Award need to do this residential component. This has to be done in addition to the expedition.
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme is a voluntary, non-competitive programme of activities for anyone aged 14-24. eDofE enables them to record their intended aims, track their progress and upload evidence of their achievements. For a video explaining the eDofE and the App, please click here.
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Duke of edinburgh Expeditions
summer term 2023
Surrey Outdoor Learning and Development (SOLD)
SOLD offers opportunities which students can take part in to complete the skills and residential components of their relevant awards.
Congratulations to the following on the successful completion of their Gold Awards, which were presented at Buckingham Palace:
J Holland; J Papworth; E Litjens; N Gray; H Gordon; A White; J Lee-Clarke; C Davidson; E Armitt; J Wilson; M Roberts; K Cusdin; A Kotecha; E Garner; G Keyes; Z Copes and F Kemp.
Congratulations to the following students on the successful completion of their Gold; Silver and Bronze Awards:
Jessica L-C; Emily G; Abigail W; Caitlin D; Grace Keyes; Alyssa K; Jack H; Hannah G; Emily A; Maddie R; James W.
Oliver P; Alice G; Max W; Lottie H; Daniel K; Charly T; Jacob D; Ella L; Emma C.
Amy T; Jesse H; Olly P; Kashi G; Maisie C; Hugo K-C; Otto B; George H; Harvey O; Patrick C; Oliver E; Abigail H-B; Susannah H; Cerys G-J; Grace F; Scarlett B; Lauren M; Eleanor N; Harry A; Joanna H; Benjamin K; Scott R; Jake W; Jasmine M; Madeline G
Mr P Fox