At Dogs Trust’s teachers have a passion for animal welfare and a natural tendency to educate others about animal welfare.
Today, 19th November 2013, our students from year 1 to year 6 had a fun, exciting and educational workshop to help them to learn more about caring for dogs, responsible dog ownership and how to stay safe around dogs.
The students had the opporutnity to learn more about dogs through different interactive and experiential learning activities including brainstorming, role play, debates and discussions, group working, story telling and drama elements.
Dogs Trust believes that by educating the dog owners of tomorrow we can help to reduce the number of abandoned, stray and unwanted dogs in the future, and also have a healthier and happier society.
The school would like to take the opportunity to thank all the students and families who donated food for dogs. Your lunch will surely be enjoyed by our canine cmpanions 😉 The food has been donated to Noah’s Ark – Mellieħa. You may click on this link Thank You Letter to read the thank you letter sent by the management of Noah’s Ark Sanctuary, Malta.