The whole school has taken part in a project to research endangered animals as part of a whole school homework. The homework was completed by everyone and included some wonderful pieces of research and art, in the form of T-shirt designs.
Project Cecil is a charity to promote understanding and the protection of endangered animals world wide and was started by Lorna Good (a teacher in Ohio, Columbus,USA.) Her children have been involved in some wonderful enterprise work including campaign adverts, rock painting and creating t-shirts for sale across the world. At St Andrew’s School, we understand our responsibilities as global citizens to look after the world that God has loaned to us. We have joined forces with the Project Cecil Network and are looking forward to entering some of our t shirt designs into the competition, the winners of which will be made into T shirts.
We have displayed a selection of outstanding work in the Lower School Hall.
The runners up for each phase are:
Phase 1 – Thomas Burton (Nursery) Sam Ulyatt (Year 1)
Phase 2 – Harley Hobson (Year 2)
Super Research by Alfie Brown. Year 3
Phase 3 – Jay Johnson (Year 5) Kieran Hildyard (Year 6)
The Winners of the T Shirt Design Competition are:
Phase 1 – Fletcher Nolan (Reception)
Phase 2 – Holly Fieldsend (Year 3)
Phase 3 – Oliver Barrass (Year 4)
Well done for the wonderful creations and research which really showed off the quality of our cross curricular skills. The RE and Geography Team will be working on this project further and will keep you updated with the charity works.
For more information please visit: http://www.projectcecilsave1forme.com/