Simon King Talk in aid of Tusk
at Sandroyd School, Dorset
When: Wednesday 13th March at 6.00 pm
Doors open 5.45 pm
Where: Sandroyd School, Rushmore, Tollard Royal, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP5 5QD
The renowned naturalist and wildlife film-maker's talk at The Headmaster's Lecture at Sandroyd School in aid of Tusk was a resounding success.
It was a tremendous evening with lots of positive feedback from the parents, the children and the staff. Simon somehow managed to appeal to the children as well as the adults – not always an easy call – and we all thoroughly enjoyed the occasion.
Special thanks go to Simon for sparing an evening in the midst of a very heavy schedule and for giving an enlightening, amusing and certainly thought-provoking talk, woven around his experiences filming wildlife in Africa. The pupils were particularly captivated by his array of animal sound imitations, ranging from blackbird to cheetah and an unforgettable hippo duet with the Deputy Headmaster!
The event raised a wonderful total of £2,570 and Tusk would very much like to thank Sandroyd School and Natural High Safaris for their valued support.
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