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12 February 2020
ACHIEVERS APLENTY: Horsham College students who successfully completed their Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award gained recognition at a whole-school assembly last week.
The 21 students received a certificate of achievement, badge and complementary ‘Essence of The Experience’ book for completing the first level of the internationally recognised leadership program.
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College Duke of Edinburgh co-ordinator Paul Denson said Horsham College offered the bronze award level to year nine students as an additional elective, with students needing to complete two three-month and one six-month commitment in areas of recreation, community service and skill acquisition, to pass.
He said it was exciting to see the program become increasingly popular over the years, with 2020 registration set to again exceed last year’s numbers.
Pictured, back from left, students Aiden Van, Josh Milbourne, Toby Wilkins, Walter Pope, Kelly Grey, Yasinta Grosser, Maegan Johnston, Ruby Bardell and co-ordinator Paul Denson; centre, Vincent Macalinga, Emma Glover, Jemma Thomas, Amelia Smith, Emmy Weir, Eve Wallace and Brooke Loft; and front, Amber Schellens, Bethany Sudholz, Ash Ellis, Eilish Muller and Ella Amos. Bart Turgoose is absent.
Horsham College will have an information session about its Duke of Edinburgh program on February 19.
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