Thursday, July 24, 2014

Sagewood Preprimary School helped to save the Rhino

Sagewood Preprimary School embarked on a project to bring awareness to the Noordwyk community when they built a Rhino float to use on the School Fun Walk. And this was further extended during the theme on mammals. Our children were made aware and taught the importance of conserving our wildlife and in particular, our endangered species i.e. Rhino.

Our children gave a donation of R1500 towards Rhino conservation and as a reminder of the pledge to save our Rhino they did the hand prints on a cloth mural. Kirsty Brebner, the Rhino Project Manager from the Endangered Wildlife Trust did a presentation to our children on Rhino conservation and received the donation.


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