Student activities following Project Interviews with us

A continuing passion and caring for animals

When in Year 6, Aryaa Tanna was passionate about helping animals through making toys, fundraising and delivering presentations in class. Now as a Year 10 student, she continues her devotion and has chosen the SPCA as the beneficiary of her volunteering requirement in completing her Duke of Edinburgh Award. She has used her amazing video-editing talents and artwork skills to promote our Animal-Welfare Policy Video Competition 2021/22 with a short promotional video interviewing her classmates and neighbours for our topic of focus. She also made the beautiful “YES or NO” props used for the video. In addition, Aryaa had contributed some wonderful ideas for the monthly comic we publish on our Education website.


Aryaa’s delightful sketch on how to enjoy safe Halloween parties with pets.


Promotional video produced by Aryaa Tanna, encouraging secondary and tertiary students to participate in the Animal-Welfare Policy Competition 2021/22 by interviewing her friends and neighbours!

Click the link below for more details and application form of the competition:


Giving a Helping Hand to Animals Another Way

Aryaa, a Year 6 student at Peak School, has gone to great lengths to help us. She completed a presentation on her given topic – Life on Land (one of the Sustainable Development Goals) – at her school, for which she chose the SPCA and interviewed our education manager. As Aryaa is too young to help as an SPCA volunteer, she decided to help in a different way. In addition to her presentation, she organised clubs at her school to make pet-toys during lunch times, encouraging her schoolmates to make different toys for our homing dogs and cats. To spread awareness at school of proper pet care, Aryaa ran surveys and presentations. She even raised $1,617 in donations and collected used towels and clothes for the homing department’s use. To showcase all her work, she produced a short video, complete with her own music, and shared it with us on her second visit.


Aryaa presents her collection of hand-made toys, donations and animal cruelty display to our education manager, Vivian Chiu

Aryaa brings the dog toys to our homing kennels …
and makes one puppy very happy!

Cat and dog toys that Aryaa and her schoolmates have helped make during lunch times


The video that Aryaa made about the project

We appreciate all the hard work and effort put in by these young people to raise public awareness of animal welfare issues. We look forward to more creative ideas generated by our student interviews.