Duke of Edinburgh


The Duke of Edinburgh’s Hillary Award is a youth development program that empowers young people to explore their potential and learn important life skills. As an established provider of International Study Programs and Youth Personal Development, and an Accredited Award Provider for the Duke of Edinburgh Hillary Award, we are proud to offer CASE Space School as a way for participants to complete sections of their Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards.

Gold – Residential Award

CASE Space School Programs allow students to cover all the essential areas in order to complete their Gold Award Residential Project for the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award. These essential areas include:

  1. Undertake a purposeful activity that broadens interests and experiences
  2. Reside away from home for a minimum of five days and four nights
  3. Meet and work with new peers

Silver and Bronze – Skills Section

Both CASE Junior and Senior Space school students can also achieve silver or bronze awards for their Skills Section by completing the following as part of their expedition:

CASE Junior Space School:

    • Dynamic workshops and eLearning on the 7 Principles of Highly Effective Teens – © FranklinCovey
    • The STEAM Expert Challenge, a space-related project that provides a framework for newfound skills

CASE Senior Space School:

    • Dynamic workshops and eLearning on the Seven Survival Skills by Dr Tony Wagner
    • ChallengeX, a demanding research, design and presentation project

Requirements

In order to nominate CASE Space School as your Residential Project:

  • Students must already be undertaking their Duke of Ed. Gold Award
  • Minimum 16 years of age

Duke of Edinburgh

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Hillary Award is a youth development program that empowers young people to explore their potential and learn important life skills. As an established provider of International Study Programs and Youth Personal Development, and an Accredited Award Provider for the Duke of Edinburgh Hillary Award, we are proud to offer CASE Space School as a way for participants to complete sections of their Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards.

Gold – Residential Award

CASE Space School Programs allow students to cover all the essential areas in order to complete their Gold Award Residential Project for the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award. These essential areas include:

  1. Undertake a purposeful activity that broadens interests and experiences
  2. Reside away from home for a minimum of five days and four nights
  3. Meet and work with new peers

Silver and Bronze – Skills Section

Both CASE Junior and Senior Space school students can also achieve silver or bronze awards for their Skills Section by completing the following as part of their expedition:

CASE Junior Space School:

    • Dynamic workshops and eLearning on the 7 Principles of Highly Effective Teens – © FranklinCovey
    • The STEAM Expert Challenge, a space-related project that provides a framework for newfound skills

CASE Senior Space School:

    • Dynamic workshops and eLearning on the Seven Survival Skills by Dr Tony Wagner
    • ChallengeX, a demanding research, design and presentation project

Requirements

In order to nominate CASE Space School as your Residential Project:

  • Students must already be undertaking their Duke of Ed. Gold Award
  • Minimum 16 years of age