Dr. Goodall with students and Ms. Gediman.
TASIS Wildlife Club sent three student representatives to accept their Roots & Shoots Gold Award from Dr. Jane Goodall at the London Zoo on December 3rd.
The group presented a PowerPoint story about the process of building the wildlife pond from start to finish, including the release of Guy the hedgehog. After the presentation, Ms. Gediman and the students set up a table with many photographs of their wildlife adventures to share with Dr. Goodall. They also answered questions about their experience and about the importance of looking after the environment.
Ms. Gediman commented:
“All of the students that took part in Wildlife Club are winners! They worked so hard, and through perseverance and passion, created a home for a hedgehog. Along with the fact that our pond was featured in Kids National Geographic Magazine in October, we found out yesterday that a lovely photo of our club members releasing Guy at the pond is included in the current Jane Goodall Institute Brochure. Well done to all of the children who worked so hard!”
See the wildlife adventure unfold in previous news headlines: