In the past year members of the Rotary Club of Canterbury Sunrise have gifted Teacher’s Resources to two local primary schools. The teacher resources are all about the environment of the ocean and help teachers to educate pupils about Planet Earth and the importance of keeping the oceans healthy.
The Rotary Club of Canterbury Sunrise has also arranged for an expert in science education (‘The Weird Fish Lady’) to run workshop visits to two other local primary schools.
The ‘Weird Fish Lady’ workshops included a whole school visit during Oceans week, and another visit to work with Year 6 groups. The ‘Weird Fish Lady’ revisited the last school at the end of term to sign sixty books which were gifted to Year 6 leavers.
Members of the Rotary Club of Canterbury Sunrise are now conducting a feasibility study to provide materials for an Outdoor Learning Area in the grounds of a Canterbury primary school.
This is a fantastic record of both environmental and educational support for these local Canterbury Schools.
A big THANK YOU to all those Rotarians in the Rotary Club of Canterbury Sunrise who have given so much time and energy to working with schools this year.
Want to know more? Contact the Rotary Club of Canterbury Sunrise at:
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