Duke of Edinburgh

Trangia Cooking

DoE Bronze Award-Year 10

Over 170 students participating in the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award at BHHS 

The Duke of Edinburgh Team is glad to see 85 Bronze and 25 Silver/Gold participants sign up for the Award in 2018. These students join 60 students still finishing up their award from 2017. Year 10 students are offered the award as an elective. All senior students are welcome to join the program at Bronze Silver or Gold Levels. 


If you are not sure what this award is all about, keep an eye out on Wednesday afternoons for our Year 10 students participating in a multifaceted program involving Parkour, Kayaking, Trees Adventure, Hiking, Cooking, Navigation, Camps and much more. 


So far students have tested their navigation skills in Sherbrook State Forests, pushed their limits at Belgrave Trees Adventure, Kayaked on the Yarra River, honed their photography skills around Box Hill High School and been introduced to Trangia cooking. Coming up next term are 2-hour volunteering sessions at the Australian Migrant Education Service (AMES), a Mental Health First Aid Course and practice hikes to pockets of Melbourne’s wilderness. 


We look forward to helping students achieve their awards and continue to contribute to their community. 

The Duke of Edinburgh Team 


Duke of Ed - Not just for year 10 students

Are you interested in what you have read about the Duke of Edinburgh’s Program? Are you a senior school student (Year 10 and above) and interested in having all your extra-curricular commitments formally recognised. Did you know that completing this award can grant you priority access to La Trobe University or even boost your ATAR?



For general information visit Duke of Ed Victoria at:  

http://www.dukeofedvic.org.au/about/awards/ or contact Mr Paul Rogers (rogers.paul.p@edumail.vic.gov.au