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THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH’S INTERNATIONAL AWARD
Great Southern Grammar is a licensed Award Unit for The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award. The Duke of Edinburgh Award is an exciting, world-wide programme for young people between the ages of 14 and 25 years designed to stretch their imaginations, try different things, set new challenges and achieve goals beyond their expectations. It requires commitment and perseverance, but it is also about flexibility, choice, fun and reward.
At GSG The Duke of Edinburgh Award is a framework for the excellent sporting, volunteer, music, fitness and adventurous activities students are already doing within the school and the wider community.
The Duke of Ed Award is a way of formalising these activities and rewarding students for their achievements with a qualification that is recognised by colleges and universities in their selection processes, and by employers across Australia, and worldwide.
There are three Award levels and students can choose their level of entry. Each Award level is a School Curriculum and Standards Authority-endorsed programme and can be used towards students' WA Certificate of Education (WACE). GSG hopes that its students, especially those with leadership responsibilities, will participate in the Award.
The Award is not a competition, it is a personal challenge.
Why Join the Duke of Edinburgh Award?
What is Required?
Minimum age to commence
Service: Demonstrate responsibility to the community.
Skill: Unleash your talents and broaden your abilities.
Physical Recreation: Break a sweat, improve physical fitness and get active.
One of the above fields, plus an additional:
Adventurous Journey: Develop a spirit of discovery, team work, self-reliance and environmental consciousness.
For more information, visit dukeofed.com.au