The Premier's Anzac Prize 2016 winners are:
These students will tour Gallipoli and the Western Front in April and May 2016. Follow their journey as they share photos, videos and their personal stories about their trip.
These photos, videos and journal entries are the students' personal experiences of the tour and the soldiers they researched. You can view the photos on the 2016 tour photo gallery page and view videos from the tour and post tour on the DET YouTube channel(note: clicking this link will take you to an external website).
|Tuesday 3 May 2016||Paris to Singapore to Brisbane|
|Monday 2 May 2016||Amiens to Paris|
|Sunday 1 May 2016||Amiens|
|Saturday 30 April 2016||Amiens|
|Friday 29 April 2016||Normandy to Amiens, France|
|Thursday 28 April 2016||Normandy, France|
|Wednesday 27 April 2016||Normandy, France|
|Tuesday 26 April 2016||Canakkale to Istanbul to Paris to Normandy|
|Monday 25 April 2016||Gallipoli Peninsula to Canakkale|
|Sunday 24 April 2016||Canakkale to Adatepe to Canakkale to Gallipoli Peninsula|
|Saturday 23 April 2016||Canakkale to Gallipoli Peninsula to Canakkale|
|Friday 22 April 2016||Canakkale to Gallipoli Peninsula to Canakkale|
|Thursday 21 April 2016||Canakkale, Turkey|
|Wednesday 20 April 2016||Kusadasi to Canakkale|
|Tuesday 19 April 2016||Istanbul to Izmir to Kusadasi|
|Monday 18 April 2016||Departing Brisbane to Singapore to Istanbul|
On Thursday 14 January 2016, the eight recipients of The Premier's 2016 Anzac Prize participated in the two-day Young Historians Workshop held at the State Library of Queensland in Brisbane.
The students were welcomed by various members of the State Library who provided an insight into their capabilities. They described how they would assist the students in preparing for the workshop projects and activities. The students participated in several exciting hands-on sessions over two days such as an introduction to the State Library collections/history databases, creating a digital legacy (history pin), Fox Family white gloves room and giving your research an edge - introduction to innovative ways to complete your presentation.
As part of The Premier's 2016 Anzac Prize tour, the students and chaperones have adopted and researched three service people, one for each of the three criteria:
This was the most predominant part of the workshop. There were many hours dedicated to working with library staff mentors to collect information and images of their service people. These will form the basis of eulogies that will be presented at commemoration services held at the graves of their chosen service persons.
At the conclusion of the workshop, all the students had time to reflect on their experiences and described the workshop as a worthwhile learning activity. They enjoyed learning to access websites normally unknown to the novice researcher.
View photos from the workshop in the 2016 tour gallery.
The works presented on this website have been prepared by students participating in The Premier's Anzac Prize. Any views expressed are not necessarily those of the Department of Education and Training. The works and any research conducted are the responsibility of the individual participants. DET makes no representations in relation to the accuracy, completeness or reliability of the works presented. See also the departmental disclaimer.
This page was last reviewed on 21 Apr 2016