Duke of Edinburgh
2023 saw the Introduction of the Duke of Edinburgh at Kuranui College.
The Duke of Edinburgh's Hillary Award equips rangatahi for promising futures by challenging young people to develop skills and tools to improve themselves – and their communities.
Participants set their own challenge. With guidance from Award Leaders, each young person is encouraged to examine themselves - their interests, their ambitions, and set challenges for our four Award sections; Voluntary Service, Physical Recreation, Skills and Adventurous Journey (along with Gold Residential – at Gold level only).
The Awards provide confidence, problem solving skills and the resilience to thrive in our ever-changing world
Adventurous Journey Developing a sense of adventure and discovery while undertaking a team journey.
Physical Recreation Engaging in physical recreation for the improvement of health, fitness and wellbeing.
Skills Developing personal interests, creativity or practical skills.
Voluntary Service Volunteering over a set period of time in the community.
Gold Residential Project Sharing a purposeful experience who are not your usual companions.
Duke of Edinburgh has 3 Levels to complete over a minimum of 2 Years (Have until 24 years of age to complete)
Students can complete in their own time.
Mrs Kim Whiteman is the program co-ordinator.
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