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School pupils hear presentation from BBC producer

UCC wildlife presenter visit
UCC wildlife presenter visit

Uppingham Community College was delighted to host a presentation by Stephen Moss, BBC producer of such programmes as Big Cat Diary, Springwatch, The One Show and Britain’s Wildlife revival.

During a career at the BBC spanning almost three decades, spent mainly at the world-famous Natural History Unit in Bristol, he had the good fortune to travel to all seven of the world’s continents in search of wildlife: From Killer Whales in Patagonia to Elephants in the Okavango, and from the freezing wastes of Antarctica to the heat of the African plains.

It was a fascinating talk and our thanks go to Amy Hall, a student from 2015 Year 11, now studying at The King’s School, for organising this.

Our photograph shows Stephen Moss with Tess Davenport Year 9 UCC and Amy Hall, Year 12, The King’s School.


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