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March 2010


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Thumbs Up For Teachers!!

Mon 22nd March 2010 (1 comment)

lcdinternational.org


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Education and the ability to acquire and then use knowledge is one of the things that sets human beings apart from all other animals on Earth. Over the years we have passed our knowledge down to the next generation meaning that we have grown and developed as a species, changing the face of our planet forever.

Education is something that we consider to be one of the most fundamental parts of life, yet something which many of us so openly take for granted, is simply not available to millions of people all around the world. In areas where there is little water and extreme poverty, education is a luxury, as children that would be starting school in the UK, are forced to go out to work. Not only does this mean that children loose their childhood years, but they are also then never fully prepared to provide a decent education to future generations.

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Endanger Rangers Poster Competition

Fri 12th March 2010 (2 comments)

Endanger Rangers


Tiger
National Science and Engineering week 2010 (12th-22nd March), is now under-way and in order to celebrate it this year, the British Science Association has teamed up with The Zoological Society of London and WWF-UK to launch a campaign highlighting the issues facing the world's many endangered species.

The Endanger Rangers competition is aimed at school children of all ages from Key Stages 1 to 4, and involves students designing an informative poster which focuses on a particular animal or plant species that is facing real difficulties in its fight to survive.

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Animal Takes To Social Networking!

Fri 12th March 2010 (0 comments)

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Social networking websites such as Myspace, Twitter and Facebook have really taken off over the past few years. Today there are more than 250 million people using Facebook alone, from numerous different countries all around the world.

But it is not just us humans who seem to need our regular Facebook fix, other animals are starting to discover the appeal of keeping in touch with people using the Internet, from any computer in the world.

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