The Royal Highland Education Trust (RHET) has been working to create a super-powered, super sustainable reindeer dust and now they need Scottish youngsters to test the recipe and help make enough dust to fuel the reindeer on their journey.
The reindeer dust is not only energy boosting, but also environmentally friendly unlike many other reindeer dust that include glitter and plastic, finally this magical recipe contains an ingenious way to get those special wishes to Santa himself.
If your children or children’s school wants to get involved, use this link to find out more. Everyone who signs up to use the online resources or register for the ‘Dustalong’ will be entered into a competition to meet Hamish the 10th reindeer, a Christmas-loving Shetland pony that dreams of helping Santa and Katie the Elf.
Details can be found at https://www.rhet.org.uk/teachers/resource-portal/reindeer-dust/.
The Royal Highland Education Trust (RHET) was established in 1999 and provides free resources, farm visits and classroom speakers which allow children to learn more about Scottish farming, food and countryside.
RHET currently works with around one in eight of Scottish schoolchildren through 13 local Countryside Initiatives. RHET also takes more than 18,000 children out to farms each academic year and provides more than 28,000 children with a classroom speaker talk.