- What are the challenges faced by domestic animals?
- What is our responsibility towards domestic animals?
- How can we change the way people think about and behave towards domestic animals?
How did you feel about doing the presentation?
I felt good and nervous. I thought I was going to make a mistake but it went so well.
What new skill did I learn?
How to take care of dogs and to speak on stage (but not very well on stage)
What was the most enjoyable part of my exhibition?
Going to Mbwa wa Africa was fun because I got to see the dogs and cats
What was the most challenging part of my exhibition?
Getting information at my house.
Would you do anything differently if you could turn back time?
No, because I care about dogs and cat and animals and that’s why I love doing this topic.
Did you learn anything new about yourself?
I learnt that Tanzanian dogs are the smartest dog of their breed.
What do you suggest for p5 next year?
I would say that they should trust them self and do what feels right.
Margaret Brunt said, Scarlat that was a lovely presentation. Your care for the animals shines throughout it.
Madame Pearl said, Bonjour Scarlet,j’ai trouvé ta présentation très intéressante. Bravo pour le paragrapghe en Français.
I can see your passion for dogs. Well done Scarlet!
Tiago said, hello Scarlet,
i agree that dogs are the best freind to the men.Your presentation was very informative.
Anna Marsden said, Dear Scarlet, Your presentation was wonderful. We missed having you present at school but we were all so very impressed with what you achieved at home. It is terrific that you are thinking so hard about street dogs and what you can do to look after all animals. Your passion and compassion was lovely to see. Well done.
Caroline said, Hello Scarlet, i was so sad to have missed watching the presentations as they were happening due to different ongoing oblgations, however thanks to the internet i get to watch them. You did an amazing job, not only by presenting greatly but by speaking up for the animals. Congratulations!
Deborah Mills said, Scarlet – what a great presentation. You have been an absolute star working so far away in Dar es Salaam. Those shoes look very cosy – you’re going to make a dog somewhere in Tanzania very happy! You made some beautiful posters to go up around campus asking people to donate supplies to Mbwa wa Africa. You’ve already been given some dog food and some cosy blankets and I’m sure when campus reopens you will be able to collect even more supplies. You are making a difference to a sad situation and helping to make the lives of abandoned animals a bit more cheerful.
Well done Scarlet – I am very proud of you.
Ben Morley said, Congratulations, Scarlet. You did a wonderful job presenting your learning. It was clear that you have a real connection to the topic and care deeply about animals. I would love to see a pair of your dog shoes!! Well done.
Bob Cofer said, It was clear from the pictures how much you enjoyed the dogs. It seems you have thought a lot about the problems with street dogs in particular. Good Job.
Catherine Shayo said, Dear Scarlet, I quite like your presentation. It shows how much you love domestic animals. I am sure your action will be helpful to to the pets at Mbwa wa Africa. Well done Scarlet.
Grace Yohane said, Congratulations Scarlet, your performance was wonderful. You showed us how ready you are for your next level. Well done
Ms Zitha said, Hi Scarlet, super job. You have shared with us a lot of information about domestic animals. Your presentation was very interesting and your posters were amazing. Well done