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Guildford Public School

The students at Guildford Public School used Daniel and William’s talk today as inspiration to commence their own investigation/projects utilising the Tears in the Jungle – Stage 2 sustainability conceptual unit by the Department of Education. The students had some … Continue reading

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Fight for Survival Awarded IPPY GOLD MEDAL

The 2019 Independent Book Publishers Awards, held in New York, USA, has awarded a Gold Medal to Daniel and William’s second book, Fight for Survival.  The Independent Book Publishers Awards, known as the IPPY Awards, is the worlds largest independently … Continue reading

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Helping Hands at Hoxton Park

On Monday 4th March, Jayden O’Brien, Teacher at Hoxton Park Public School, invited Daniel and William to come and speak with the students about their quest to save the orangutan. The school also took the opportunity to show the boys … Continue reading

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EZEC Conference a Success

After the success of having educational modules developed using our books, we were invited to speak at the 2019 Environmental and Zoo Education Centres (EZEC) Conference this week at Miramare Gardens at Terrey Hills, NSW. It was brilliant to meet … Continue reading

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Through Orangutan Eyes

This short story is simply brilliant… bringing awareness of orangutan habitat loss through illegal logging for palm oil plantations. Through Orangutan Eyes This video was put together by Iceland Foods, a UK based organisation who have removed palm oil from … Continue reading

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Its in our hands – Singleton Heights

The students at Singleton Heights Public School (Hunter Valley, NSW) in years 2 to 4 had just completed a geography/science unit called, ‘It’s In Our Hands’.  This Project Based Learning (PBL) unit of work allows students to discover how our … Continue reading

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Unique Orangutan Fundraiser

Stage 2 students (Years 3 and 4) at Eastwood Public School have been raising awareness of orangutans throughout the school by holding a couple of orangutan fundraisers this term.  An ‘Orange Fun-day Monday’ was very successful with students coming to … Continue reading

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Passion at St Patrick’s for orangutans

Stage 3 students at St Patrick’s Primary School, Blacktown, organised a fund raiser at the school after studying Daniel and William’s books this term.  It was an ‘Orange Day’ where everyone wore something orange and gave a gold coin donation … Continue reading

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Colour Me Orange Day at Oakhill

Oakhill Drive Public School invited Dan and will to present to their Year 3/4 classes today (around 220 students from Year 3 and 4). After learning about the orangutans throughout Term 2, using an integrated English Unit, the Year 3/4 … Continue reading

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Education for Sustainability

The Education for Sustainability program came to an exciting climax today when four schools gathered at Chisholm Catholic Primary School to present their sustainability projects and listen to Daniel and William’s quest to save the orangutan. Mr Bran Lazendic, Principal … Continue reading

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