Wild Tribe Achievement Award
This award has been developed, in response to a request, from a teacher who delivers Wild Tribe sessions at their school. It can be seen as a mini Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme for primary aged children. The award will be overseen by the school but elements of it can be done at home and in the community.
The aim of the award is to develop the child as a rounded individual; a child that has fun, grows in confidence, learns new life skills and gains an appreciation of nature. These children will be able to cope with successes and failures and will have a positive outlook on life. It is divided into 3 levels, Bronze, Silver and Gold and within each level there are four strands:
• Health and Wellbeing
• Volunteering and Leading
• Life Skills
• Respecting and Enjoying the Environment
Please see the attached information leaflet for further information and how to get involved.
Clare Hayes, at Celtic Cross Education has been embedding the new Wild Tribe Achievement Award across her school. Their school year started with a Wild Tribe week where the children and staff were immersed in many projects from Andy Goldsworthy art on the beach, to baking biscuits for the local community, painting bug hotels and hanging them on trees in the local woods with the Friends of the Fal (a local volunteer group), a litter pick in the local area and much more.
This award is a mini D of E scheme for primary children.
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