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Duke of Edinburgh Expeditions

for schools and groups

Bronze and Silver


All of our D of E programmes include:

  • A school visit to present to students and parents (if required)

  • Ongoing support for your D of E coordinator

  • A D of E training day at our 54 acre site

  • Practice and Qualifying expeditions (as required for the programme level)

  • Use of our equipment and training resources (all available to teachers, parents and students)

  • Tents

  • Trangias and fuel

  • Roll mats

  • Compasses

  • Maps

  • Group first aid kits

  • Emergency phones

  • Trackers

  • Camping fees

  • Emergency transport

Experienced and qualified staff:


  • Minimum Lowland leader qualified

  • Qualified DofE supervisors

  • Qualified DofE assessors

  • Up to 20 years’ experience working within the DofE programme

  • Years of expedition experience in the UK and around the world

  • Extensive knowledge of all areas where expeditions are delivered

  • Full reconnaissance and risk assessments of areas and route


Basecamp support:

  • Emergency Phones for Groups

  • Trackers for all groups

  • First aid kits for groups

  • Expeditions leader – One member of staff in charge of the ultimate success of the expedition

  • Basecamp coordinator – A member of staff in constant contact with the school, the expedition leader and supervisors when necessary

  • Supervisors – Qualified and experienced Lambourne End staff will be remotely supervising groups ensuring that checkpoints and campsites are reached.


Post expedition support:


  • Expedition reports uploaded to eDofE within 14 days.

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