Braemar College staff and students have paid tribute to those who have served across all wars in commemoration of the ANZAC Centenary.
At a formal assembly on Tuesday, ten ex-service personnel attended, and Mr Barry Meldrum, President of the Woodend RSL received a wreath on behalf of the College to be laid at the service in Woodend.
The main address was presented by Dr Frank Donovan, the Deputy Chair of the Mt Macedon Dawn Service Committee, and the producer and MC of the Dawn Service. A returned veteran, Dr Donovan spoke about the focus of our service men and women being about ‘we’ rather than ‘me’.
Middle school students have been working hard since last term in the lead up to ANZAC day on a number of activities.
Senior staff shared personal stories to do with different wars. They spoke about the characteristics of people who had served in war or survived at home.
Students created their own poppy tributes which are on display at the College. They created two poppies – one for themselves and one for a senior student.
Students who wished to, included a personal message with their poppy.
ANZAC DAY SCHOOLS’ AWARDS
Braemar College has entered the ANZAC DAY SCHOOLS’ AWARDS 2015.
The awards will be judged on learning activities conducted at the school to commemorate ANZAC Day.
Prize winners will be announced in August.