Jane Goodall Institute Australia CEO, Nancy Moloney, visited Clovelly Public School on Monday September 11th to share the exciting news that CPS collected the most mobile phones out of all of the schools in NSW involved in the Jane Goodall Institute Australia’s Mobile Phone Recycling Term 1 Campaign, and was 1st runner-up nationally! In recognition of their amazing efforts over the past two years, CPS was presented with a certificate of appreciation as well as some very special artwork designed by Kate Grebert Designs, signed by both the artist and Dr Jane herself. The artwork will be on display in the CPS library near Mr Garry Scale’s office, as a lovely thanks to the students for their support. As CPS has lots of other wonderful environmental projects in the works, Nancy also encouraged all students to sign up to Roots & Shoots and share their R&S projects on the projects page, so they can inspire other kids across Australia to get involved too. Ten students from CPS have also been invited to join with other Roots & Shoots groups at the upcoming Peace Day celebrations at Taronga Zoo on July 25th. Please contact email@example.com for more information on our Peace Day plans. Congratulations CPS and keep up the great work – we can’t wait to see what projects you will take on next!