The Award Near You
What is an Award Unit?
The Award in Barbados facilitates the establishment of Award Units to deliver the Award to Participants.
Award Units can be:
Sporting or Social Clubs
A group of interested parents who form their own association
Award Units then appoint Award Leaders who become the main contact and the ones who, after appropriate training, guide Participants on their Award journey.
In addition to our Sublicensed partners, we have Award Units at the following locations:
Christ Church Foundation Jeremy Devonish
The Codrington School Dawn Medford
Church of God Silver Sands Kimita Bronton
Combermere School S. Christil Belgrave
Darryl Jordan School A Branch/K Grogan
Deighton Griffith School Sonja Martindale
Etananova The Marching Band Lincoln Springer
Harrison College Applon Parris
Lockerbie College Jessica Roett
The Lodge School Nya Greenidge/Dario Harewood
National Open Award Unit Vasco Lynch/Shonee Howell
Ninasafiri Open Unit at Pax Hill Wayne Ifill
“...sounds harmless you think to yourself, ‘why not?’ a few years later you’re at Government house shaking hands with Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessex…Who would have ever imagined that years of grueling hikes, busted knee caps and lost toenails would have landed you in a place only few can imagine.”
Gold Award Holder
Parkinson Memorial School Charlee Gittens
Princess Margaret Secondary School Tricia Forde
Queen's College Camille Jones
Springer Meorial Secondary School Troy Roach
St. Leonard's Boys School Sheena Hurdle
The St. Michael School Boris Thompson
How can my school/organisation establish an Award Unit?
To run The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award in your school/organisation you will need to apply to become an Award Unit and nominate an Award Leader.