pages within this section

Year 9 Bronze Practice Duke of Edinburgh Expedition

Monday 5 Jun 2017

On the last two days before half term, 13 groups of Year 9 pupils headed off into the wilds of the Suffolk countryside to battle nettles, sunshine and elusive footpaths on a two day mission to complete their Practice Bronze Expeditions.

Thankfully, many months of Wednesday afternoon Duke of Edinburgh (DofE) lessons paid off, and the majority completed the task in the true spirit of the Award.  It is not an easy task and it was never designed to be easy, but it is achievable. Expeditioning must have an element of challenge and those who genuinely see the value of  the Bronze, Silver and Gold certificates and put real effort into it will stand out from the crowd.

LATEST TWEETS

A brilliant day was had at #Aldeburgh GC recently where we hosted @CulfordSchool. Image: Culford School ⛳️🏌🏻‍♀️🏌🏻… https://t.co/Awm79xs1D8 2017-06-23 13:51:59

@FramCollege 23 Jun

Yr10 French Debating Team praised for spontaneous and astute performance at Eastern Region Competition. 🇫🇷… https://t.co/uO8cpPywbp 2017-06-23 11:00:03

@FramCollege 23 Jun

So much fun at Year 8 Fete, raising money for great causes and soaking up that #FridayFeeling #FramFamily https://t.co/XoSqpv1lGw 2017-06-23 14:52:27

@FramPrep 23 Jun

Cart Item Removed. Undo
  • No products in the cart.