Three students from Wahroonga Prep recently represented their school at a special Kids Teaching Kids Event held at Qantas Headquarters.
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Toby Bishop, Sarah Sherlock and Roseanna Huang confidently taught their audience about the impact of feral animals in the environment.
Established in 1998, Kids Teaching Kids (KTK) is a nationwide program which engages young people to be future environmental leaders through enquiry-based learning.
Students are empowered to determine and investigate issues in the environment and then present their research to an audience of other school children.
Wahroonga Prep has been a strong supporter of KTK for many years.
Toby, Sarah and Roseanna demonstrated how cat and rabbit populations, if uncontrolled, can destroy native wildlife, vegetation and habitats with devastating results.
05 August 2020
There is a term that has been around for a while now – VUCA, which stands for Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity. I think we can safely say that we have all, collectively, lived the VUCA world for the past several months.
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