High School Girls Feature in Outdoor Adventure Guide
The Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme is now in its 56th year and is the world’s leading achievement award for young people. Every year more students from across the country take part, with numbers in the last year reaching 275,000.
In their latest edition, The Outdoor Adventure Guide has published a special report on the High School’s Duke of Edinburgh expedition. The expedition is said to be the pinnacle of the scheme, giving young people some of their most memorable experiences. Last September twenty High School girls ventured out to the Peaks as part of their Silver Award. With team names from ‘We thought it was a disco’, to ‘Yeo Valley Babes’, it was clear from the outset that the three-day expedition would be a success!
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