In addition to our 'Children in Need' picnic, one of our students, Lukas (Y3), has planned a bake sale for a special project. Milepost 2 have been learning about the rainforest and one of their Home Learning Projects was to research an animal that lives there. Lukas was curious to find out more about the pangolin. As he researched, he became interested in saving pangolins and decided to take action...
We would like to ask you to visit his bake sale at 15:30 on Friday 16th November to buy one of his delicious cakes to 'Save the Pangolins'.
Interview with Lukas
How did you learn about pangolins?
In IPC we are studying for a unit called 'Save the World - Rainforest'. For my Home Learning project I had to choose an animal I could research. My animal can be found in the rainforest and what I found out during my research is that the pangolin is endangered, and about to become extinct!
Why do you want to raise money for the pangolins?
Because they are endangered and nearly extinct. The organisation which helps the pangolins are in need of money to achieve that. With just £32, I can adopt a pangolin and contribute to the cause.
Who made the cakes for the Bake Sale?
Me, and my mummy.
What are you asking the children at school to do?
To come and visit my Bake Sale and buy a delicious piece of cake so that we can help save the pangolins.
Lukas, we want to commend you for your passion!
For those who would want to support Lukas and his cause please, come and visit him on Friday 16th of November.
For only £1, you can buy a piece of cake. (Other donations are greatly appreciated.)
Your donations will go to the following organisation: www.animalcharities.co.uk