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Williamwood Bronze. The Headlines. A prestigious, internationally recognized award for young people. Offered at three levels: Bronze, Silver, Gold. Offered by the school at Bronze level in S3. The cost is £350. The Structure of the Award. Shirley Gibson (DHT)
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The Headlines A prestigious, internationally recognized award for young people. Offered at three levels: Bronze, Silver, Gold. Offered by the school at Bronze level in S3. The cost is £350.
The Structure of the Award Shirley Gibson (DHT) Overall management of the award. Alison Adams (Librarian) Silver expeditions Shirley Gibson (DHT) Bronze expeditions Ben Harrison (Maths) E d of e for Bronze helpers and trainers (about 20 staff).
Requirements. • Skill • Service • Physical Recreation • Expedition
Time Line Skill, Volunteering and Physical Recreation Two of these: 1 Hour a week for 3 Months One of these: 1 Hour a week for 6 Months Expedition Practice expedition 2 day, 1 night Qualifying expedition 2 day, 1 night Both take place during 1 week at Lochgoilhead Outdoor Centre
Physical, Skill and Volunteering. • Can be something which you already do. • Must be something you can progress in. • Must be organised by you and done in your own time. • Must be supervised by an appropriate adult. • Cannot be something you are paid for.
Skill. Music, horse riding, chess, computing, drama, fishing, creative writing, cooking, sewing, photography, languages and many, many other things.
Physical. Extreme sports, racquet sports, fitness, team sports, individual sports.
Volunteering. Community action and awareness raising, helping a charity or community organisation, coaching teaching and training, working with the environment or animals, helping people. For example: child care, working with elderly people, first aid, helping children, fund raising, working with people with special needs, Boy’s / Girl’s Brigade, life saving, road safety
Further information or ideas can be obtained from the website at: www.dofe.org