Online Record Book
The system of recording your participation in components and your expeditions has changed for new candidates to the award.
If you do not have a blue book, you should now register with the International Award Online Record Book and complete your award details online.
The AwardThe Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award is the world’s leading youth achievement award, bringing together practical experiences and life skills to equip young people for life. Since it was founded in 1956 by His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh (husband to Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom), over eight million young people have participated in the Award in over 140 countries and territories. Schools, colleges, universities, employers, social clubs, youth organisations such as the Scouts, Girl Scouts and Girl Guides, young offenders’ institutions, religious organisations, sports clubs and more all run the Award.
What is involved?
The Award is voluntary, non-competitive, enjoyable and balanced, and requires effort over time. There are three levels to the Award: Bronze, Silver and Gold. Young people design their own Award programme, set their own goals and record their own progress. They choose a Service, Physical Recreation, Skills activity, go on an Adventurous Journey and, to achieve a Gold Award, take part in a residential project. The only person they compete against is themselves, by challenging their own beliefs about what they can achieve.
See Mr Cameron (SA105) or Miss Wilson in the PE Department
The IA office is normally open from 12h25 - 13h00 on Mondays and 10h30-10h55 on Thursdays. It is sometime open other lunchtimes too. Students are welcome to pop by and see.
Parent's wishing to meet Mr. Cameron are very welcome to make contact by email to make an appointment.