St George’s Anglican Grammar School student made RSPCA junior ambassador

Janet Ingham, Hamish, Jeremy Black and RSPCA WA community outreach co-ordinator Nat Foster.
Janet Ingham, Hamish, Jeremy Black and RSPCA WA community outreach co-ordinator Nat Foster.

ST George’s Anglican Grammar School student Jeremy Black was this month appointed RSPCA junior ambassador.

Junior ambassadors promote the organisation’s Five Freedoms for animals, which includes freedom from hunger and thirst, discomfort, pain, injury and disease, freedom to express normal behaviour and fear and distress.

They also help at community education events.

Jeremy was formally announced junior ambassador at a school assembly on September 22 with RSPCA WA community outreach co-ordinator Nat Foster in attendance.

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