William Pike Challenge Award
Published on Thursday, 13 November 2014, 4:37 p.m.   Print Article

William Pike Challenge Award director and amputee William Pike launches the William Pike Challenge Award for St Andrews’ Primary School took place on 18th March 2014.
Over the year, students will be participating in 8 outdoor activities, engaging in 20 hours of community service and personally developing a new sport or hobby in order to gain the award.

The WPCA provides Intermediate and Full Primary Schools with support, resources and motivation to facilitate Education Outside of The Classroom. The WPCA is an outdoor activity-based programme run over one school year.

For more information please click here: William Pike Programme information

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