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Four pupils completing a Duke of Edinburgh expedition
Outdoor Education

Outdoor Education

Explorer Scout Group

Stonar’s Explorer Scout group gives pupils the chance to get out and about, learning skills such as campfire cookery, map reading and bushcraft skills, and put those skills to the test with night hikes and camping. Our Scouts also go on trips to try activities such as caving or climbing, and they can also embark on their Duke of Edinburgh awards through the group.


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Developing skills beyond the classroom. 

Pupils hiking outdoors

Duke of Edinburgh’s Award

The DofE is a popular activity for pupils at Stonar. All pupils from Year 9 upwards are encouraged to complete their Bronze DofE award. The award is in four parts: skill, physical recreation, service and the expedition. This is an award that requires commitment, perseverance, and a huge amount of teamwork. Those who enjoy the Bronze award (or the sense of achievement that comes from completing a challenging expedition) can continue with their Silver award in Years 10 and 11 and the Gold award in Sixth Form. The Gold award is looked upon very favourably by universities and employers alike, due to the level of soft skills needed for its completion.

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Girl swimming front crawl in the swimming pool

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Girl in stables with her pony