Worth pupils showed resilience, character and spirit as they took part in Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Gold, Silver and Bronze expeditions in the final week of term.
Last week we had one group of Year 12 students completing their Gold Award expedition on Dartmoor, another group of Year 10 pupils did their Silver Award expedition on Exmoor and Year 9 were at Ashdown Forest for their Bronze Award.
The School is proud to be a Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Directly Licensed Centre and in recent times we have had the highest achievement rate among independent schools in the South-East region.
In the past year our Duke of Edinburgh’s Award participants have dedicated an amazing 1,664 hours to volunteering, through a variety of service activities, with an estimated social value of £7,687.68. This is an incredible achievement.
Here are some pictures from the Gold, Silver and Bronze expeditions last week.