Wednesday, 30 April 2014

Wildlife Aid provides free online resource for primary schools


Primary school children learning science will benefit from the Wildlife Aid Foundation's new online resource

The Wildlife Aid Foundation (WAF) has launched its Wildlife Aid Education to more than 20,000 primary schools nationwide to provide free, easy-to-access, national curriculum-based learning resources.

WAF is a respected wildlife rescue charity in the UK. From its Surrey headquarters it deals with over 20,000 wildlife incidents each year. The charity’s founder and chief executive, Simon Cowell MBE, said: “For over 30 years the Wildlife Aid Foundation has been devoted to rescuing wildlife and promoting a greater understanding of mankind's responsibilities – and opportunities – as custodians of the natural world.

“On the front line of wildlife welfare, we see daily that the pressures on wildlife and the natural environment have never been greater, and that today's school children will inherit a world with issues requiring ever more compassion, understanding and ingenuity to solve.

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