Headlands School Presentation

Recently pupils at Headlands School in Bridlington were awarded a cheque for £210. The money will be put towards maps and compasses to be used for the Duke of Edinburghs Award Scheme.

Pictured is Lion President Dave Vernon handing a cheque over to members members of the scheme.

The Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme is a charity that allows young people to achieve an award by completing a personal programme of activities in four sections (five if you’re going for Gold).

These sections are:
  • Volunteering – helping someone, your community or the environment
  • Physical – becoming fitter through sport, dance or fitness activities
  • Skills – developing existing talents or trying something new
  • Expedition – planning, training for and completing an adventurous journey
  • Residential (Gold only) – staying and working away from home as part of a team
The length of time you have to spend on each section depends on the level of programme you’re doing.
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