Duke of Edinburgh
Duke of Edinburgh Update: coronavirus

Due to school closure because of the coronavirus the way that you can participate in DofE may be slightly different to normal. Please carefully read the information below and use the DofE website links for more information.

Overall DofE advice

For various information about completing sections, changing activities and many more questions you may have thought of, please use the following link: dofe with a difference

Your sections and activities

Potentially the biggest impact of not being in school will be on your Physical, Skill, Volunteering and Expedition sections if your activity was one that was been completed in school. Expeditions are currently postponed until further notice and this will be communicated by Mr Masters when more information is available.

Use the flowchart on the following link to see if your section activity is one that may need adapting to complete it when at home: Flow chart

Want to change your section activity?

After reading the flowchart you may now want to change the activity you are doing for your Physical, Skill or Volunteering section. This is possible and may help you complete your award whilst we are away from school.

For ideas for what you could change your activities to have a look at the following link: dofe with a difference activities

If you do decide to change the activity follow the steps on the linkHow do I change my activity

To support you with any of the above information or to help complete evidence for your E-Dofe please access the resources in the DofE folder on the Home Learning Links area – Home learning links

At Moseley School and Sixth Form we offer pupils the opportunity to take part in the Bronze, Silver and Gold Duke of Edinburgh programmes from Year 9 -13.

During the course of the Duke of Edinburgh award pupils work towards completing Volunteering, Physical, Skill and Expedition sections for various lengths of time depending on the level of award they are completing. If you need help planning your sections see the Bitesize planner for your award level.

In weekly training sessions pupils will develop their navigational skills, cooking, campcraft and first aid skills preparing them to undertake an expedition with their groups during the Spring and Summer terms. Previous Duke of Edinburgh groups have journeyed to areas such as Blackwell, Malvern Hills, Long Mynd and the Clent Hills.

Pupils who complete the Duke of Edinburgh award have a significant boost to their CV enhancing college, university and job applications as well as having the opportunity to develop team work, communication and character building skills along the way.

We recently worked with DofE to help create some new promo films, check of the below film for silver DofE.

Planners and DofE information can be downloaded from the following links:

Bitsesize Gold Planner

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Bitsesize Silver Planner

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Bitesize Bronze Planner

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10 Step eDofE User Guide for Participants including mobile eDofE

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eDofE Code of Conduct

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