DUNSTAN NEWS

SVA Service Award
SVA Service Award
Celebrating young people volunteering.

CELEBRATING YOUNG PEOPLE VOLUNTEERING

Dunstan High School would like to recognise the volunteerng efforts of the below students:

Receiving Membership 

Jamie-Lee Kerr

RECEIVING MEMBERSHIP AND BRONZE AWARD FOR OVER 30 HOURS OF SERVICE

KODI KNIGHTS

JENNA AIREY

RECEIVING BRONZE AWARDS

BRIDGET MULLALLY

FELIX SCHAAP

The SVA Service Award is a free nationwide framework that recognises volunteering efforts of Year 9-13 students. Wondering how the SVA Service Award fits with you check out:

https://service.sva.org.nz

VOLUNTEERING IS…

If you’re doing something to help other people and you’re not doing it to make money, then that’s volunteering.  Whether you’re putting out cones at sports events, coaching, organising the school ball, washing dogs at the SPCA, planting trees or picking up rubbish at the local park, you’re making contribution to your community and that counts.

For more details contact:

Keri Barnett    [email protected]   Sally Mullally    [email protected] 

DUKE OF EDINBURGH AWARD

A number of our students are currently working on their DOE (Duke of Edinburgh) Awards. These are International awards that are recognized around the world with regards to developing young people into good citizens. 

These awards can be gained at three levels - Bronze, silver and Gold. Each award involves the students doing a number of hours of service in the community, they must learn a new skill and participate in regular physical activity. As well as these three components students must also take part in an adventurous journey. 

Receiving their Silver award is:

JAMES AVENELL


 

 

This article was originally posted on: June, 16th 2022