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The students at Ironbark Ridge Public School swung in with support for the orangutans by inviting Daniel and William Clarke to speak about their quest and the changes that have been made in Borneo in the past two years.
Daniel and William were invited to speak at North Narrabeen Primary School on their “Green Day”. The theme for the day was, “Habitat” with around 100 students from years 5 & 6 (and their teachers) were enthralled with the boys … Continue reading
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.
Daniel and William were thrilled to be asked by the English Faculty at Narrabeen Sports High School to talk with their Year 8 students about making a difference and their quest to save the orangutan. Prepared with new material from … Continue reading
Narrabeen Children’s Centre received a pleasant surprise when the authors of the book they were reading to the children surprised them with a visit. 28 kindergarten students were pleasantly surprised when, after reading a book about the critically endangered orangutan … Continue reading
Inspired by Daniel and William’s quest to save the orangutan, a small school with just 86 students, in the south of Victoria has raised eyebrows and funds to help with the boys quest. World Orangutan Day was August 19th and … Continue reading
Daniel and William visited Willmott Park Primary School in Victoria to talk with students about the desperate plight of the orangutan. Willmott Park Primary School organised for Daniel and William to come and present their amazing quest to their 700 students. … Continue reading
The Impact Youth Forum is an amazing initiative of the Wyong Shire Council to engage high school students from the Wyong Shire to find and follow their passion and develop unparalleled leadership skills.
Maraylya Public School may be a small school situated in the beautiful Hawkesbury district of NSW, but it sure is big when it comes to understanding the importance of saving orangutans.