Northern Beaches Christian School (NBCS), stage 3 teachers invited Daniel and William to speak to their students in years 5 and 6 about their quest and how they are making a difference for the future.
As part of their history lessons the classes are embracing, “Change Makers” and the students were keen to find out how the boys quest, to save the orangutan, would change the way future generations address issues about the environment, especially for the orangutans.
Mrs Deibe was keen to show the students a book called, “Magnificent Kids”, by Kerryn Vaughn, which is about kids their own age, from around the world, just following their passion and making a difference. Everyone was excited to see Daniel and William’s quest written about as a chapter in the book.
The students at NBCS had so many great question asking about the habitat, palm oil and were really buzzed about the new app available, POI Application, which scans the barcodes on grocery items and identifies whether Palm Oil is an ingredient and whether it is from a sustainable source. After their presentation the boys think many more parents will now be scanning the products they purchase at the supermarket.
Daniel and William let the students know about World Orangutan Day which is on the 19th of August and the students are eager to help to raise funds and awareness on the day.