The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is a programme founded by Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, in 1956 in the UK. Today the award is recognised in over 140 countries. This award recognises adolescent and young adult personal accomplishments through a series of personal and community projects. Each of our students (age 14 up) may participate.
It is a fun and enriching way to acquire new skills and to learn how to collaborate with others. With focus on teamwork, solidarity, physical endurance, and keen mindedness: the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is a complete and varied personal development programme which allows each individual to make it their own.