Nearly 100 Year 10 students go on Duke of Edinburgh Award weekend
A grand total of 97 Year 10 students took part in a practice expedition for their Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award on the 6th and 7th May at Hudnall Park Field Studies Centre, near Berkhamsted. On the first day, the students completed a 12 to 15 kilometre circular walk, starting from the park. On their return, the students camped overnight, and then set off early on Sunday morning to walk to The Thomas Coram School in Berkhamsted, where they completed their practice expedition during the afternoon. Students were supported by Duke of Edinburgh Coordinators Mrs Kirby and Mr Taylor, and were assisted by staff members Mr Roe and Mr Turner. Staff and students were grateful to parent helpers who also who gave their time to support the students during the weekend.
We wish all the students success on their official expedition which will take place on the 6th - 7th June.
Please follow link below to find out more about the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme;