Form Bonding Excursion BUSHCRAFT Kingswood, Dearne Valley


The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award

Year 10 and 11 students have the opportunity to take part in The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. DofE tests students physical, mental and social ability. Throughout the Bronze, Silver and Gold stages, students are expected to show a level of commitment and responsibility that will ensure that they will complete the award. It is through this that we see the students grow in self confidence, maturity, and willingness to take responsibility.

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is about achieving the skills, confidence and a positive attitude that employers, colleges and universities are looking for.

The College encourages students to take part in DofE. Students become fitter and healthier, they make new friends and share memories that will last a lifetime.

Take a look at our Year 11 students on their 1st Silver Expedition in the Lake District: 1st Silver Link

D of E

Follow our D of E adventures by looking at the D of E Twitter



Educational visits are a wide part of the curriculum of the College, these include visits to theatres, museums and the local community.

Visits include Manchester Airport, Trafford Centre Field trip and  the Castleton Field Trip


Overseas Trips

Recent overseas trips include the Modern Foreign Languages Faculty visit to Barcelona, the History Faculty took part in a trip to the Battlefields in Belgium and the PE Faculty organised a ski trip to Bormio in Italy.

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