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.
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Students from Wahroonga Prep celebrated the Cancer Council's Australia's Biggest Morning Tea recently with a party in Wahroonga Park.
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