Haydn John has achieved the Gold Standard of the President’s Award, which is affiliated with the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award.
He has completed 72 hours of community service, which included first aid at various school sport’s fixtures, student to student tutoring, coaching for conservation and he was involved with helping Nombulelo refurbish their school’s library. Haydn’s sporting commitment was swimming and he has been a member of the College swimming Team for the past 5 years and he has achieved his Swimming Colours.
The Grade 10 John Jones Fish River Journey qualified as his Adventurous component of the award. Haydn learnt to play the bagpipes as his skill, and he has has been a committed piper over the past 4 years and a member of the College Pipe Band during the past 3 years.
His residential project was his involvement in the organization and planning of an international Round Square conference hosted by College. Haydn was a group leader and a conference facilitator and gained valuable experience from this adventure.
Well done, Haydn on achieving your Gold Standard of The President’s Award.
The following boys have completed the Bronze Standard of the President’s Award, which is affiliated with the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award: Sinjin Broad, Robert Shone and Calum Stokes. Congratulations!