NORTH Devon College student Kieran Jerrett has achieved a Gold Step into Sport Community Volunteering Award for 200 hours of voluntary coaching and assistance at Pilton Community College in Barnstaple. Kieran gained his award by helping out with coaching,

NORTH Devon College student Kieran Jerrett has achieved a Gold Step into Sport Community Volunteering Award for 200 hours of voluntary coaching and assistance at Pilton Community College in Barnstaple.Kieran gained his award by helping out with coaching, officiating and supporting lunchtime and after school clubs. He even returned to his school after finishing his GCSEs in the summer to help with PE lessons.The Youth Sport Trust Step into Sport programme focuses on young people aged 14-19. It is funded by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport as part of the national PE and Sport Strategy for Young People.Kieran can now progress to achieving his Dame Kelly Holmes Double Gold Award by accruing another 200 hours in the community. He currently returns regularly to Pilton to help with after school clubs and assists with coaching the youth teams at South Molton Rugby Club.As a result of all his efforts Kieran has been nominated to represent the North Devon PEDPASS Partnership at the Step into Sport residential camp, along with fellow NDC student Aiden Harper Penman. They will take part in activities at a four-day residential camp at Loughborough University for 300 young people.