Students awarded Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award certificates

Year 10 students were presented with their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh certificates and badges in assembly today, as a result of completing their expeditions last year. One hundred and ninety seven students have achieved their Bronze awards - a record number at St Clement Danes School!

The school supports a large number of students who are engaged in the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme. At present there are cohorts of 139, 57 and 19 students, who, respectively, are working towards their Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards.

Four students have recently achieved their Gold Awards, two of whom will be attending a presentation at St James Palace on 17th May, when they will be formally presented with their awards by a member of the Royal family.

Congratulations to all the students for achieving their awards. The skills and attributes that they have developed during the programme will no doubt be an invaluable asset in the future, both at school and in the workplace. Thanks are given to Duke of Edinburgh Coordinators, teaching staff Mrs Kirby and Mr Taylor, and all the staff and parents who have so generously given their time to support the students throughout the award scheme.  Well done to all involved for making this such a great success!

The programme continues to run at the school, and further information can be found below:




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