Pilanesberg Wildlife Trust

Pilanesberg Wildlife Trust

Pilanesberg Wildlife Trust 2560 1600 Aston Manor Primary School

Saving the Rhino project

Rhinos are killed in South Africa at an alarming rate and the Aston Manor community is encouraged to make a difference. Learners can enter a competition where they draw a picture of a rhino or write a short story about a rhino. Attached to the art work or story the learners have to place an envelope with R30-00 as an entry fee. Learners are reminded to write their name, surname and grade on the artwork / story and envelope and post their entry in the post box that is situated in the front office of the school.

  • The competition end date is 19 July 2018. Winners will be announced on 22 July 2018.
  • Monies raised will be donated to the Pilanesberg Wildlife Trust and used to combat the poaching of rhinos.

Pilansberg Wildlife Trust

Term Dates

2019

  • Term 1: 9 Jan – 15 March
  • Term 2: 2 April- 14 June
  • Term 3: 9 July – 20 Sept
  • Term 4: 1 Oct – 4 Dec

2020

  • Term 1: 15 Jan – 20 March
  • Term 2: 31 March – 12 June
  • Term 3: 7 July – 18 Sept
  • Term 4: 29 Sept – 4 Dec

Contact Info

Eland Road, Nimrod Park
Kempton Park
1619
South Africa

P.O. Box 10617
Aston Manor
1630

+27 11 970 2171
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About

Aston Manor Primary School
(AMPS)

A public primary school in Kempton Park
South Africa near Oliver Tambo International
Airport (formally Johannesburg International
Airport).

AMPS has been educating children from the
ages of 5-14 for nearly 50 years

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