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Endangered Species Day

Posted on: 27 May 2021 by Weston Green School

Endangered Species Day

The Harmony Committee thoroughly enjoyed generating awareness of Endangered Species Day amongst the Weston Green School community last week.  The day was an opportunity to celebrate, learn about and take action to protect threatened and endangered species.  With the whole school dressed up as animals, there was a buzz (and occasional grunt and roar) in the air from the moment the school gates opened.  The excitement continued once the Harmony Committee announced that the money raised is going towards the care of two gorgeous baby rhinos in South Africa, arranged by ex-school parent Mrs McLaren, who works with the Rhisotope Project - a pioneering research project to combat rhino poaching. The day was a fantastic way to remind us of how fragile the existence of some animals is and to encourage us to learn about why it is so important to protect these species. 

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