ANZAC Day Service


Staff and students gathered at the College’s Lone Pine memorial yesterday (Monday 26 April) for our annual ANZAC service.

On ANZAC Day, we remember those who represented our country, fought for our freedom, and sacrificed their lives so we could live as we do today.

The ANZACs were courageous and the Australian and New Zealand soldiers’ actions during the campaign has left us all a powerful legacy. 

In their memory, we should continue to embrace the qualities of the soldiers who walked before us - courage, endurance, equality, and mateship.

It is also a tradition that the College acknowledge ANZAC Day by delivering wreaths to the Bacchus Marsh and Melton RSLs, so it was my pleasure last week to visit both venues with our Student Leadership Coordinator Ms Nirasha Pandi.

We felt extremely humbled and honoured to represent the College community for such a significant day.

Cheryl Bullen

Deputy Principal Student Wellbeing

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