F1 in Schools is an Access Organisation for The Duke of Edinburgh's Award. The Award is open to 14-25 year olds and involves five key areas: Service, Skills, Physical Recreation, Expeditions and a Residential Project at Gold level.

Because F1 in Schools has 'Access' status, team members can use the work they do for the Challenge as accreditation for the Skills Section of the Award for a Bronze, Silver or Gold Award.

If students are competing in the Challenge already, the only extra paper work they will need to complete for the Skills Section of the Award, is an 'activities log' which we can sign off at our regional events. With the log downloadable just below there's no excuse not to get started right away!  

If you decide to take part in the Award make sure you have a look at The Duke of Edinburgh's Award website (www.theaward.org).

We have also put together a downloadable leaflet (available below) that provides information about the award to both students and teachers. Download it now to find out more.....

 The Duke of Edinburgh skills activity log click here to download

 The Duke of Edinburgh Leaflet click here to download

F1 in Schools is an Access Organisation for The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. The Award is open to 14-25 year olds and involves five key areas: Service, Skills, Physical Recreation, Expeditions and a Residential Project at Gold level....

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