Year 9 students achieve D of E Achievement Certificate!
The Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme at St Clement Danes School is going from strength to strength with increasing numbers of students taking part in this life-changing scheme. Duke of Edinburgh Manager Mrs Kirby is delighted to report that forty seven students have achieved the Duke of Edinburgh Certificate of Achievement - which recognises that participants have completed 3 or 6 months of the Volunteering, Physical and Skill categories amounting to 48 hours completed in a 6 month period. A further fifty students are almost two thirds on way to gaining their certificates, and are due to complete their respective qualifying categories during the next few months. A further thirteen students have achieved the silver level, accumulating a total of 56 hours worked during a period of six to nine months.
During this academic year 9 students have completed the Gold Award; 13 students have completed the Silver Award and forty-two students have completed the Bronze Award- all students having completed their respective expeditions last year.
Well done to all the students on their fantastic achievement and many thanks to Mrs Kirby, fellow staff and our wonderful parents who support our students in taking part in this very worthy scheme.