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Service

Skill

Physical Recreation

Bronze

3 Months

3 Months

3 Months


Plus a further 3 months in either Service, Skill or Physical Recreation

Regularity

At least 15 hours spread over the 3 Months
Or
At least 30 hours spread over the 6 Months

At least one hour per week for the number of months chosen

At least one hour per week for the number of months chosen

Bronze Award Holder

 


Service

Skill

Physical Recreation

Silver

Two of these Sections for 6 months
One Section for 4 months

OR
Direct Entrant
(Someone who has not completed Bronze)

 



Service

Skill

Physical Recreation

Silver

One Section for 4 months
One Section for 6 months
One Section for 12 months

 




Regularity

At least 20 hours spread over the 4 Months
Or
At least 30 hours spread over the 6 Months
Or
At least 60 hours spread over the 12 months

At least one hour per week for the number of months chosen

At least one hour per week for the number of months chosen

Silver Award Holder

 


Service

Skill

Physical Recreation

Gold

Two of these Sections for 12 months
One Section for 5 months

OR
Direct Entrant
(Someone who has not completed Silver)

 



Service

Skill

Physical Recreation

Gold

One Section for 5 months
One Section for 12 months
One Section for 18 months

 




Regularity

At least 25 hours spread over the 5 Months
Or
At least 60 hours spread over the 12 Months
Or
At least 90 hours spread over the 18 months

At least one hour per week for the number of months chosen

At least one hour per week for the number of months chosen

 



The Duke of Edinburgh Award

This award is recognized in well over 100 countries and challenges young people to get involved in four key areas - service to the community, sports , learning a new skill ,
and enjoying the outdoors with practice journeys and a final expedition over two or more days.


In addition, Gold requires a Residential section, which is a period of five days away from Auckland, with a group you do not know very well.

The New Zealand Duke of Edinburgh website has some very useful additional information about the Award. For a general overview of the D of E Award, click here.

If you have a specific question about the Duke of Edinburgh Scheme at Auckland Grammar please contact Mr Gebbett.

Email: info@dofehillary.org.nz

Postal address: P O Box 31 688, Lower Hutt 5040

Physical address: Level 3, 3 Margaret Street, Lower Hutt

Phone:  04 568 4091  04 568 4091 or  0800 69 29 27  

Fax: 04 568 4092

Resources:
All Levels
Registration Form
Route Card Blank
Bronze Award
Personal Action Plan
Bronze Training Booklet
Motutapu Maps
Waitakeres Map
Silver Award
Personal Action Plan
Kit List for Barrier
Barrier day 1 Map
Barrier day 3 Map
Barrier day 2 Map
Barrier Full map
Gold Award
Personal Action Plan
Adv. Journey Approval Form
Adv. Journey help
Expedition Suggestions