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St Clement's

High School

Duke of Edinburgh

 
As a Duke of Edinburgh's Award directly licensed centre, Marshland High School offers participation opportunities at all Award levels. We especially concentrate on utilising the programme as a framework for individual development through personal challenge so as to equip our young people with the confidence and skills they need to progress in education and become work-ready, well-rounded individuals.
 
Meet the Team
Mr T. Lucas
Mr G. Beck Miss R. Curtis
Mr D. Green Mr B. Lovell Mr A. Lucas
Mr D. Lucas Mr S. Lucas Mr S. Spiteri-Nobbs Miss E. Swain
 
 
Contacts, Links & Downloads
 Mr Tony Lucas DofE Manager  eDofE Login
 DofE Website  MHS Enrolment Form
 Bronze Bitesize Planner  Silver Bitesize Planner
 Activity Logs  DofE Bronze Programme
 DofE Shop  Video Tutorials
 
 
 
 
Volunteering Section
DofE participants representing Marshland High School make a significant contribution to the community through the volunteering section. Engaging with countless community groups such as Charity Shops, Museums, Residential Homes, Primary Schools, Youth Organisations, Sports Clubs and Animal Selters. Along with fundraising activities and the British Heart Foundations community first aid scheme ‘Heart Start’.
Participants have worked thousands of hours within the community over the years.
  
 
Physical Section
Students participate in a whole range of activities, mainly taking advantage of the fantastic support provided by the PE departments after school activities or continuing with clubs that they already participate with.
 
Skill Section
Again the range of activities undertaken is huge and very diverse:
Pimp my snack, short film production, cooking, learning to play an instrument, art and craft, animal care, learning to drive, gaming and DIY skills.
 
DIY Skills course at the College of West Anglia, Isle Campus
                                               
 
 
 Expedition Section
We offer opportunities to complete Bronze and Silver Award training, practice and assessment, through a series of planned sessions designed to fulfil the requirements of the expedition sections "20 conditions":