News & Achievements

Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Assessment Expedition

When:
12th June 2015 – 13th June 2015 all-day
2015-06-12T00:00:00+01:00
2015-06-14T00:00:00+01:00
Where:
Treen Village Car Park
Treen
Penzance, Cornwall TR19
UK
Contact:
Mrs Michelle Sharp & Mrs Christine Goodright, Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme Coordinators
Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Assessment Expedition @ Treen Village Car Park | Treen | England | United Kingdom

The Bronze Assessment expedition will take place from Friday 12th– Saturday 13th June 2015. The groups will need to be dropped off at their starting point at least 15 minutes before their start time to enable instructors to check their routes.  We recommend that you organise lifts within your groups.  The groups are due to start their expedition in Treen and finish at Drift Reservoir by 3pm (see attached maps). Please note that the finish times are approximate. You will appreciate that much depends on the girls’ progress. Please be patient!

Kit:
The groups should already have all their group kit from their practice expedition.

After the expedition, all group kit must then be returned to us as a group (in a dry, clean state).  Any damaged or non-returned items will incur a charge.

Instructors:
The assessment will be carried out by Mrs Goodright and Mrs Sharp, along with other members of staff. No girl is to leave the campsite without permission from an instructor.

If any parent wishes to assist us on the Assessment Weekend you would be most welcome. Please contact us at the school.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

Directions for Drop off and Pick Up

Drop off in Treen

Follow the A30 past Penzance.  Take a left onto the B3282, signposted St Buryan.  Drive through St Buryan and follow the B3283 which will become the B3315.  Treen is a turning on the left, follow the road to the car park near the pub at the top of the hill.

Pick Up at Drift Reservoir

Follow the A30 past Penzance.  Take a right turn signposted Drift.  The car park is on the right of the road, approximately 0.5km from the A30.

 

Published by: Grace Kennard

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