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Pupils get serious about climate change

Saturday 7 April 2018 | Published in Environment

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Pupils get serious about climate change
Avarua Primary School Year 1 students and teacher Mrs. Rouru Motu (far left) with Executive Members Jackie Rongo and Dr Teina Rongo of local NGO Korero o te `Orau, Avarua School Principal Engia Baxter, and GEF Small Grants Programme Coordinator Teuru Tiraa-Passfi eld (far right), receiving a donation of art supplies from Brian Baudinet of Stationery Supplies (centre). 18040607

Since the start of the 2018 school year, Avarua Primary School pupils have been engaged in a flurry of activity studying the topic of climate change.

Since the start of the 2018 school year, Avarua Primary School pupils have been engaged in a flurry of activity studying the topic of climate change.


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