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Raising Funds for Hope for Paws

Two students in our Fourth Grade (Year 5) decided to take positive action to help a charity they had learned about from an older sibling of one of the girls. Hope for Paws is a caring charity that rescues dogs and sometimes cats, rabbits, and donkeys! Eldad Hagar runs this charity, and he posts all […]

Bug Hotel at TASIS

TASIS Roots & Shoots Wildlife Club members decided to build a bug hotel for our school garden. We thought that this would not only be a good home for insects to live in, but it would be a good place for animals, such as a hedgehog to find food! We are hoping to have two […]

Peace Day 2017 At TASIS

This year, once again, all Lower School and Middle School students met outside on the 21st of September to celebrate the United Nations International Day of Peace, led by our Roots & Shoots members. We got out our giant Peace Dove, reattached the wings, and suddenly it came to life. The dove was help up […]

Explorer Environmentalist Robert Swan Speaks to TASIS Students!

Roots & Shoots lead teacher, Wendy Gediman, has been to Antarctica three times with explorer/environmentalist, Robert Swan. The goals of these expeditions have all been tied to educating young people about sustainable energy. Another goal is getting the message across that it is important to protect Antarctica, which is the last untouched continent on earth, […]

David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation- Protecting Snow Leopards

Twice a year, Jo Elphick, from David Shepherd Wildlife comes to work with our TASIS Roots & Shoots students. Her speciality is teaching the children about endangered animals, especially those that David Shepherd Wildlife works to help in their native land. This visit was a lesson on snow leopards. These beautiful animals are very endangered, […]

Ducklings! at TASIS

Each year, our Roots & Shoots Wildlife Club hatches ducklings to learn about the unique character of these beautiful creatures. The eggs are donated by Matt at Lower Shaw Farm in Swindon. He also takes the ducklings back when they are a month old, as they are then released to roam freely on his children’s […]

Protecting Antarctic Wildlife and Environment

TASIS students in our Roots & Shoots group recently explored facts about Antarctica, including both wildlife and the physical environment. Their Roots & Shoots leader, Ms. Gediman, recently returned from her third trip to Antarctica. Her trip was an environmental expedition, testing renewable technology in the interior of Antarctica. Her previous trips on the Antarctic […]

New Antarctic post from Tasis!

TASIS Roots & Shoots Wildlife teacher, Wendy Gediman is off to Antarctica for her third time! She goes with Robert Swan, the explorer, environmentalist, and his 2041 Foundation. This expedition is different from the others because it is just a small team of 14 people from around the world, and they are on a mission. […]

TASIS Garden Update

We have come back from a long summer to find that we have a lot of work to do in our garden. We have a plot that is overgrown, and we have begun to clear it. We found the odd vegetable amongst the tangle of growth, and we pulled out some carrots and red onions […]