Community & Education
Ten Lives is involved with a number of community projects to better improve the welfare of cats and those who care for them.
Ten Lives is back in the classroom delivering Edu.Cat, a free and exciting education program focusing on fostering responsible cat ownership and protecting our wildlife.
What is Edu.Cat?
Edu.Cat is a K-7 based program linked to the Acara Australian Curriculum, Version 9 in Science, Maths, English and Technologies. For example, in Years 3 & 4, our program is adapted to Food Chains and where cats fit in. Science Strand: Science Understanding: substrand: Biological Science, Yr 3 and 4.
The subject matter of the program (cats) is tangible and appealing to students whilst the presentations and STEM Challenges and additional workbook activities engage students in areas of: Science, Technologies, Engineering and Maths, inspiring students in these fields and empowering them to make positive choices in cat ownership.
What are our educational messages?
- Care and improved welfare for cats and pets.
- Desexing to reduce the unwanted number of cats and kittens.
- Microchipping to assist with the return of cats to their owners.
- Containment to improve the welfare of cats, community relationships and protection of all wildlife.
Edu.Cat is FREE to all schools in Tasmania. Let us bring the unique and exciting Edu.Cat program to your classroom. Our program can be tailored to your students’ needs.
Ten Lives Community News
Cats on Midway Point – Survey
Midway Point Project
Ten Lives Launches Happy Paws Happy Hearts Program
Dr Sara Unites Local Councils And Community On Mission Of Responsible Cat Ownership