Test Valley School, Stockbridge are sharing their successes as the school year comes to an end.

Committed pupils across year ten, have completed the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award.

The awards were given to 28 students in total for completing four skilled sections to include volunteering, physical skills and expedition.

The Bronze award was also launched on July 15 to the current year nine pupils and the opportunity to progress to Silver Award is now open for year ten students.

A spokesperson for Test Valley School said: “The Duke of Edinburgh’s award is such a great opportunity for young people to show they have commitment, dedication and diversity and really impress employers, not to mention provide a fantastic focus or discussion at an interview.”

The celebrations for the school have not stopped there as students were able to compete against their own year groups in the annual sports day event which was held on July 16.

Students took part in the usual line up of activities such as Welly Wanging, Tug of War and a fun run to raise money for a new school Defibrillator.

Winners of the events were Year 7 (Phoenix House), Year 8, Phoenix House, Year 9, Phoenix House and year 10, Griffin House).