THE Duke of York presented more than 100 students at Calday Grange Grammar School with their Bronze Inspiring Digital Enterprise Awards during a ceremony this morning.

Prince Andrew, an active ambassador for educations and skills in the UK, founded the award, known as IDEA, which are the digital equivalent of Duke Of Edinburgh Awards.

They equip students with digital and enterprise skills and help inspire them for their future careers.

Proud parents and staff watched as 102 students were presented with their award certificates in the school hall today.

Prior to the ceremony, computer science teacher Nicola Mounsey told the Globe: "It's an amazing privilege to have the Duke visit our school to present the boys with their awards.

"They have worked so hard I'm amazingly proud of each and every one of them."

"To date, our school has the largest cohort of Bronze Award winners in the world.

"They have had to do a range of things to qualify for Bronze.

"They have had to work for imaginery businesses; creating websites for them, producing portfolios and cyber security, protect business.

"They did that as part of their year nine curriculum last year.

"We have to prepare them for jobs in the future and digital skills are, obviously, something they are going to need an awful lot of.

"Not all of students study computer science at GCSE, so the IDEA award gives them a qualification that they can put on their CVs."