Last month, we had a visit from Dr Meg Good, who is the education manager at Voiceless — an animal protection institute.
Meg came down from Sydney to deliver presentations on animal protection to secondary school students in Victoria.
Seymour College was one of six schools she visited, with 150 of our students attending the talk.
The presentation encouraged the students to think critically about the human-animal relationship, and introduced them to a range of animal welfare issues.
To find out more information about the Voiceless education program, you can visit the website at www.voiceless.org.au/education-resources