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Debenham High School

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Duke of Edinburgh’s Award
Debenham High School

 

The DofE continues to evolve since its inception and over subsequent decades and in 1980 the age limit was extended so that any young person aged 14 to 24 could take part. At this time, DofE programmes took on their current four section format of: Volunteering, Physical, Skills and Expedition, with an additional Residential section at Gold level. Popularity has continued to grow, with over 130 countries and territories now offering DofE programmes as part of The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation.

In 2020, young people stepped up and played an integral role in supporting communities across the UK to respond to the coronavirus pandemic. A remarkable 330,000 young people continued with their DofE activities – a huge force for good, dedicating 1.8 million hours of volunteering, equating to an investment of almost £8.5 million, to local communities at a time when they needed it most. DofE participants sewed PPE at their kitchen tables, delivered food parcels to those who needed them and put on virtual concerts for care homes.

As the UK recovers, the benefits that the DofE offers are more important than ever. Our new strategy puts the DofE at the heart of the national effort to back young people through the challenging years ahead.

 

Here you can find all of the information that you will need to successfully complete your bronze and silver awards. Check back regularly for the latest news and any last minute changes to schedules. 

  

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DOCUMENTS

 

PDF icon  Enrolment Form - Bronze

PDF icon  Enrolment Form - Silver

PDF icon  Enrolment Form - CoA

PDF icon  Expedition Kit List (April 21)

PDF icon  Self Teach Workbook

PDF icon  Activity Log Physical 1-1

PDF icon  Activity Log Skills 1-1

PDF icon  Activity Log Volunteering

PDF icon  Programme Ideas - Physical

PDF icon  Programme Ideas - Skills

PDF icon  Programme Ideas - Volunteering

PDF icon  Parental Consent Form