Sixth form student Hannah Titman recently became the first Gateways student to complete a Duke of Edinburgh Supervisor Course, run by DofE leader Tracy Sockett.
The certificate enables Hannah to supervise any DofE Expedition within the UK, and is recognised by all DofE units.
Hannah has just completed her Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award and is also the school’s DofE Young Award Leader, only the second to be appointed by the school.
Hannah hopes to carry on supporting the Duke of Edinburgh Award when she goes to university and throughout her career.
The Duke of Edinburgh Award coordinator at Gateways, Tracy Sockett, said: “The experience Hannah has gained during her Gold, and now Adult Supervisor Course will be invaluable to young people starting out on the Scheme, and no doubt her enthusiasm and knowledge for the Scheme will help other young people to successfully achieve the Award.”
Harewood-based Gateways School is a Directly Licenced Centre for the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme, one of only a few in the area, and has opened its gates to the young people of the local community in order to give them a chance to take part in the scheme.
This runs on a Tuesday evening during term time and students aged from 14 years can join.
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