Duke of Edinburgh volunteering
Clifton High School has received certificates in recognition of the hours of volunteering its pupils have completed in their local community. April 2016/March 2017 = 962 hours: April 2017/March 2018 = 663 hours.
Pupils at the School are given the opportunity to follow a Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award programme from Year 9 and a Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award from their sixteenth birthday. As part of this programme, they are required to volunteer and give up their time to make a difference to other peoples lives, working with charities or not-for-profit organisations.
Places where they have worked include Riding for the Disabled, Bristol Zoological Gardens, St Peter's Hospice, Help the Aged and Cancer Research charity shops, church youth groups, Rainbows and Beaver Scouts, Primary School clubs. They have also helped in the community by caring for disabled children, visiting the elderly and joining the St John's Ambulance Service.
Use of teaching and non-teaching staff
Puils aged 13 years to 18 years