Pupils hear about work to helping children living rough
A CHARITY worker inspired schoolchildren about his work in Central America.
Duncan Dyson who works with street children in Guatemala spoke to the pupils at St Mary’s Primary School in Old Amersham about the work of Street Kids Direct.
Teaching assistant Dawn Lammin said: “Duncan told us that Street Kids Direct have been using its hands to help lots of children.”
St Mary’s was one of the schools involved with Radio Christmas, which raised over £21,000 for the charity.
Mr Dyson was one of the founders of the charity in 2001 and for the most part, he now lives in Guatemala City.
STIRRING SPEECH: Duncan Dyson from Street Kids went to St Mary’s School in Old Amersham to give a talk about the charity