NewsPublished 21 April 2020
CRESTing to a Duke of Edinburgh's Hillary Award
Students can now use their CREST investigation as part of their Skills section of their Duke of Edinburgh's Hillary Award.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Hillary Award (DoEH) is a programme of practical, cultural and adventurous activities, designed to support the personal and social development of young people aged 14–25, regardless of gender, background or ability.
It offers an individual challenge and encourages young people to undertake exciting, constructive, challenging and enjoyable activities in their free time.
Through DoEH's Skills section students can try something new such as a research investigation.
Students can now use their CREST investigation as part of their Skills section of their DoEH level.
DoEH has three levels, each progressively more challenging. Like CREST, these levels are Bronze, Silver and Gold. There are differences.
Find out more and how it works by going to CRESTing to a Duke of Edinburgh's Hillary Award .