Duke of Edinburgh - 2016

2016 - Archived Content

DofE usernames document

(this document is accesed via our VLE, Moodle. Please ask your daughter/son to log you in to the Moodle system using
the link above. Self enrolment is then allowed to gain access to the PDF file)

DofE Bronze Award

Qualifying Expedition letter - Bronze 2016

Group A change of qualifying dates

Introduction Letter

Meeting Dates

Terms and Conditions

Medical Questionnaire + Consent Form

Payment Agreement

Bronze Expedition Programme

Section Letter

Expedition Group A

Expedition Group B

Kit List

Skills - Expedition Nutrition

Train Letter Group A - 2016

Train Letter Group B - 2016

Group Allocation 2016

Bronze Finish Section

DofE Silver Award






DofE Gold Award







2015-16 Expeditions:

Y9 and 10 Bronze Practice Expedition

Upton Warren Outdoor Centre.

Group A: Sat 9th – Sun 10th April

Group B: Sat 16th – Sun17th April

Y9 and 10 Bronze Qualifying Expedition


Group A: Saturday 11th – Sunday 12th June

Group B: Saturday 18th – Sunday 19th June


You will need to complete the 4 sections of Volunteering, Skill, Physical and the Expedition.

Volunteering: this is where you give up your time to help someone or an organisation in the local community.

Ideas: Helping people, community, youth club, after-school clubs, and charity work.

Skill: learn or develop a new skill or personal interest.

Ideas: creative arts, performing arts, science & technology, music, life skills, learning or collecting, media & communication, games, umpiring & officiating.

Physical: take part in some type of physical or sporting activity.

Ideas: team & individual sports, rackets, water, dance, fitness, martial arts.

You cannot use the same activity for more than one section and learning a new sport does not count as a skill.

Each section must be completed for a minimum of 3 months with one of them continued for 6 months.

You will plan, train and learn all the skills needed to complete a 2 day 1 night expedition and then give a presentation on the aim of your expedition (presentation dates to be confirmed).

Your presentation can be verbal, or through a power point or a poster describing the expedition and its aims.

Once all this is done and on your personal EDofE account you will have your Bronze award and be ready to move onto Silver.

Training:  Bronze training meetings is on the dates set out in the Bronze Expedition Programme document.