Duke of Edinburgh Hillary Award

(PHOTO: Duke of Edinburgh Hillary Award Team 2018)

Duke of Edinburgh Hillary Award 2018 

The Award programme is offered to students once they turn 14 years.  Usually Bronze is completed in Year 10.  Silver is completed in Year 11 and Gold is completed over Year 12 and Year 13.

Students are required to complete Skills, Service, Physical, Recreation and Adventurous Journey sections at all levels for different time frames.

Cost:  Bronze - $100
            Silver -    $100
            Gold -     $120

Teachers-in-charge: 
Bronze: Mrs Dunn (dunn.j@whs.ac.nz)
Silver: Ms Kennedy (kennedy.r@whs.ac.nz)
Gold: Mrs de Smidt (desmidt.j@whs.ac.nz)

Visit:  http://www.dofehillary.org.nz/ website for further information. 

GOLD Duke of Edinburgh Hillary Award recipients (from left) Cameron Allerdice, Jackie Hazelhurst, Grace Selby, Methmi Perera & Kara Jurgens at Government House, 17/2/18.

GOLD Duke of Edinburgh Hillary Award recipients (from left) Cameron Allerdice, Jackie Hazelhurst, Grace Selby, Methmi Perera & Kara Jurgens at Government House, 17/2/18.

WHS recipients Duke of Edinburgh Hillary GOLD Award on 12/8/17 (completed in 2016): L > R; Luke Goldsbury, Alannah Dunn, Sophie Couper, Jadzia Morris, Zara Collinson & Jayden Bamford-Short.

WHS recipients Duke of Edinburgh Hillary GOLD Award on 12/8/17 (completed in 2016): L > R; Luke Goldsbury, Alannah Dunn, Sophie Couper, Jadzia Morris, Zara Collinson & Jayden Bamford-Short.

Ships Cove, Queen Charlotte Track, December 2016.

Ships Cove, Queen Charlotte Track, December 2016.

Anakiwa, end of Queen Charlotte track, December 2016.

Anakiwa, end of Queen Charlotte track, December 2016.

Anakiwa, end of Queen Charlotte track, December 2016.

Anakiwa, end of Queen Charlotte track, December 2016.

Queen Charlotte Track, December 2016.

Queen Charlotte Track, December 2016.

WHS recipients of 2014 GOLD Duke of Edinburgh Awards at Government House.

WHS recipients of 2014 GOLD Duke of Edinburgh Awards at Government House.