The Singapore American School’s Middle School students completed their annual Kranji mangrove cleanup in May this year. In September, they will participate n the annual ICCS cleanup as well. The school is a 20-veteran of the cleanup so we wanted to go down to speak to both middle and high schools this year.
Xu Weiting, the East Coast/Tanah Merah Zone Captain, was given the honour of conducting her maiden ICCS speech to this energetic and responsive audience. She is no stranger to addressing a large crowd, having presented at the Evening of Biodiversity on her work with common palm civets last year.
Weiting said that speaking to SAS was a heart-warming experience – the enthusiastic audience motivated their speaker as well!
Read Weiting’s account of preparation to delivery at the Raffles Museum Toddycats blog.
From my ringside seat, I was happy to say, “Well done Weiting!”