Duke of Edinburgh Award

by on 29/04/2017

St Clare’s is an Approved Activity Provider of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. Each year, as part of their CAS Experiences, some IB students take part in the ultimate challenge – the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award.

These students have returned from their practice expedition at Nant-y-moch in Mid Wales. They had to focus on navigation skills, team-work and camp craft. Do you think you have what it takes?

Have a look at some of our previous expeditions

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