Environmental Education Outreach Programme 2017 – SK Kepangian, Ranau

On the 19th of September 2017, BSBCC was invited to SK Kepangian, Ranau to organize a Wildlife Awareness Programme. It is about 4 and half hours drive to this school from Sandakan district. This school is one of the rural schools in Ranau district with 13 teachers and 107 students ranging from 7 to 12 years old. A lot of activities were held during the programme such as talks, video show, wildlife games, wildlife colouring activity and visit to exhibition booths. Besides BSBCC, our partners which were the Wildlife Rescue Unit (WRU) and Hutan – Kinabatangan Orang Utan Conservation Programme (KOCP) also joined us. Huge thanks to SK Kepangian, Ranau for inviting us to their school and also to our partners, thank you for the continuous support! We were really glad to see the students learning more about the Mother Nature.

Talk on Orang Utans by Mr. Haslan from HUTAN-Kinabatangan Orang Utan Conservation Programme

Talk on Orang Utans by Mr. Haslan from HUTAN-Kinabatangan Orang Utan Conservation Programme

 

Colouring activity

Colouring activity

 

Video show session with Ms Gloria from BSBCC

Video show session with Ms Gloria from BSBCC

 

Ms Bellinda from BSBCC doing story telling session (The Wild Tree House of Borneo) for the pre school children and Primary 1 to Primary 3 students.

Ms Bellinda from BSBCC doing story telling session (The Wild Tree House of Borneo) for the pre school children and Primary 1 to Primary 3 students.

 

Mr. Jeremy from BSBCC conducting wildlife game

Mr. Jeremy from BSBCC conducting wildlife game

 

Interpretation to Clouded Leopard using clouded leopard's costume

Interpretation to Clouded Leopard using clouded leopard’s costume

 

Introduction to Sun Bear using Sunny, the mascot

Introduction to Sun Bear using Sunny, the mascot

 

Our audience during the programme

Our audience during the programme

 

The school's staffs visiting our display booth

The school’s staffs visiting our display booth

 

Booth by Wildlife Rescue Unit

Booth by Wildlife Rescue Unit

 

Group photo at the end of the programme