Duke of Edinburgh Award

The D of E has indicated that our approved mentors can include time they spend on helping to develop the EDCLUB initiative as contributing to their ‘Volunteering’ or ‘Service’ sections of The Award

John May (Secretary General of the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation) described EDCLUB Movement as “a strikingly innovative service programme”.

You can view more information about the Duke of Edinburgh’s award here.

Duke of Edinburgh

International Baccalaureate

Being a part of the EDCLUB Movement is ideal for students studying for the International Baccalaureate as one of the three core elements of the I.B. is:

Creativity, action, service, in which students complete a project related to those three concepts.
Mentors have successfully used their EDCLUB experience as their CAS project.

CAS requires students to take part in a range of activities and projects. These should always involve:

  • Real, purposeful activities, with significant outcomes.
  • Personal challenge.
  • Thoughtful consideration, such as planning, reviewing progress, reporting.
  • Reflection on outcomes and personal learning.

EDCLUB provides all of these. You can view more information about the International Baccalaureate here.

International Baccalaureate

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