Stuart from the National Search and Rescue Dog Association (NSARDA) visited Caldecott Secondary School to tell us about the work they do here in Kent, which includes helping locate vulnerable people.
Stuart brought Scout with him; our headteacher, Stacey, played the part of a missing person, and Scout was excellent at showing off air-scenting skills.
Caldecott’s Year 6 students also joined the talk; we wanted to make sure they had an idea of the great visitors who come and spend time with us.
To show our appreciation of NSARDA, we baked some lovely dog biscuits. and students sold them, allowing us to present Stuart with a donation of £25.
Thank you to Stuart, Scout, and everyone at NSARDA!