ADOPT A SCHOOL PROJECT
Children are the future and teaching them conservation at a young age will create awareness and respect for the natural world and responsible behaviour towards ensuring a healthy and vibrant world for them to enjoy as adults.
Teaching conservation to the next generation is important as attitudes about the earth’s natural resources begin at an early age.
Awareness of conservation when kids are young will lead them to be proactive adults concerned about the welfare of their environment and the world they live in.
The Oceans Alive Conservation Trust 'Adopt a School' Project aims to sponsor and provide young learners with a unique and very special awareness and educational experience to learn about marine life and the Ocean.
Oceans Alive Conservation Trust recently sponsored the Addington Primary School learners to be able to visit uShaka Marine World.
All 1480 school pupils were given the opportunity to visit the uShaka Marine World Aquarium in collaboration with the SAAMBR Education Centre to learn about marine life and how we are all connected with the Ocean.
SAAMBR has a long standing relationship with Addington Primary School, which is right next door to uShaka Marine World, but this is the first time that they have managed to secure a sponsored visit for every single child in the school.
Oceans Alive Conservation Trust is proud to have been in a position to work with SAAMBR to make this visit possible.
SAAMBR believes in equipping our future decision makers and change agents with information and inspiration to care about people and the planet, a vision which is shared by Oceans Alive Conservation Trust