The PTG Charity Bake Sale took place this afternoon and many students, parents and teachers came down to tuck in to some tasty treats!
In conjunction with the bake sale, the Year 4’s showcased their amazing awareness projects that they have been working so hard on as part of their community project this year.
In January, a representative of the Endangered Asian Species Trust (EAST) visited the Year 4’s to talk to them about Vietnam’s primates and the wildlife trade. Students learnt about the Golden Cheek Gibbon, Black-Shanked Douc, Silvered Langur and last but certainly not least, the Pygmy Loris. Did you know the Pygmy Loris is the only venomous primate?
After their visit, the Year 4’s used their fantastic research skills to find out more information on Vietnam’s wildlife and the global wildlife trade. They prepared informative posters and leaflets as well as some beautiful pieces of art that were displayed at the PTG Charity Bake Sale!
Students were there at the ready to answer any questions and to raise awareness on what they had learnt. Well done Year 4!
All proceeds from the bake sale will be donated to the BIS Community Service Projects and EAST – thank you to all of the PTG organising committee for their invaluable help and support.
Clover Sharman, Community Service Project Manager