The students in Wildlife club continue to work hard on projects. The students broke up into groups to research 5 animals. They then put together a Power Point, which was then edited into one big Power Point presentation. This was presented by them at a Lower School assembly. Wildlife members shared information to help the […]
TASIS Wildlife Club Each Wednesday, 20 children from 3rd and 4th grade (aged 8-10) meet for Wildlife Club with Lower School teacher Wendy Gediman. We have been learning about British wildlife. The students have looked at habitats for a variety of animals, and how mankind has changed the natural habitat of these animals. Students have […]
We have students involved from our 4th and 5th grades (which is Year 5 and Year 6 in the British system). Students will be following both a curriculum and taking part in school environmental projects. We will be linking our projects to Dr. Jane Goodall’s Roots and Shoots organization. The curriculum we will cover comes […]
The Roots & Shoots Award Ceremony in London was a wonderful way for my students to share their work with others. The girls were especially excited that Dr. Jane Goodall herself was going to be there. I brought along two Upper School students named Madeleine Larsson and Martina Svennson. They had spent eight days with […]
Wendy has been taking students to Romania, with her to help with Romanian Children’s Relief. Two of the students that she took in June, helped care for abandoned babies and a group of Romanian children. The project had been started by a former Tasis student. The school has done charitable work for Redwings Horse Sanctuary. […]
Tasis in Egham, Surrey joined Roots & Shoots: Mission Possible today. You can see where Tasis is on a map and read about their local environment here.