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01 May 2019


During the recent school holidays on 25 April, people all across the Commonwealth, but in particular within Australia and New Zealand paused to commemorate and honour the sacrifices of our servicemen and women throughout time who have served our great nation. It was on this day in 1915, that Australian and New Zealand soldiers landed on the beaches of Gallipoli…we know it as ANZAC Day and today we will honor our fallen heroes, our brave ancestors who fought to make our country the great place that it is today.


As a College community we gathered on Tuesday 30 April with our special guest, The Honorable Ken Wyatt, Federal Minister for Hasluck and our armed force cadets for our special ANZAC Day Assembly to reflect and pay tribute to the brave men of the Australian and New Zealand army Corps who stormed the beaches of Gallipoli and fought under tremendous adversity in World War I. 

 Nowadays, we also remember ANZAC Day as a time where we reflect upon those who fought not only on the beaches of Gallipoli and the trenches of the Western front in Europe in WW1 but subsequent conflicts since.  Many of our brave men lost their lives, some were indeed battle scarred and fought inner demons for the rest of their lives. None of our WW1 ANZACs remain though, as time has taken its toll, but we commemorate their sacrifice, courage and bravery.  What is for sure is that the spirit of ANZAC is something that we should all aspire to. These men of all backgrounds who fought for our great country indeed epitomize what it is to be valiant and resilient in the face of tremendous adversity.


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