VYPER is a scheme which allows students to collect certificates of recognition for volunteering, something that many boys already do for no reward or recognition.
Students record their hours in a log book and start collecting certificates. They receive recognition for their efforts and build a dynamic C.V., along with a portfolio of their volunteering with no disruption to their studies.
Volunteering is defined as any unpaid activity that aims to benefit the environment or other people outside of the family, such as coaching or helping out with clubs like sports or dance.
The following students have achieved certificates this year:
Connor Austin – 450 Hours – Outstanding Contribution Award
Alex Brown – Bronze Award – 42 Hours
Peter Riggs – Gold Award 122 hours
Corey Rose – Bronze Award – 33 Hours
Oliver Adamson – Gold Award – 168 Hours
Thomas Waterhouse – Achievement award – 16 Hours