Parents: Your young people and their Award

Young people today have a lot to contend with – and very little certainty about what they will need to be ready to adapt to in the future. At a time of such challenge and change, it’s vitally important that they have the skills they need to take on whatever the world may send their way. Skills like adaptability, resilience, problem solving and communication. Skills which help them to understand themselves, others and how to lead.

Not all learning happens in the classroom. By participating in the Award, 14 – 24 year olds can learn new skills, increase their mental and physical fitness, support their communities and be ready to thrive in the future.

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And the best part? Many young people are already doing things which could contribute to their Award – an Award which is recognised in more than 130 countries and territories around the world. There has never been a better time to get involved.

Find out more here. 

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To the young people of today: if you want to discover yourself or change something for yourself or the world, then the Award is for you! It is the starting point of success and you will be rewarded in ways you never thought existed."
Farhana, Gold Award holder,