Congratulations to The Premier's Anzac Prize 2018 winners:
Shana Coyle, St Monica's College, Cairns
Tyla Craven-Griffiths, Kirwan State High School
Jack Frey, St Teresa's Catholic College, Noosaville
Isabelle Jardine, Clayfield College
Isaac Mabo-Edwards, Pimlico State High School
Fenlan Miller, All Saints Anglican School, Merrimac
Harry Packwood, Shalom College, Bundaberg
Lillian Ward, Tannum Sands State High School
Mrs Jodi Pallett, Tannum Sands State High School (Lead chaperone)
Mr Tim McMahon, Christian Outreach College, Toowoomba
The students and chaperones will travel to London and the Western Front this year to visit key sites important to our Australian war history. They will also have the opportunity to attend the historic centenary dawn service at the Australian War Memorial at Villers-Bretonneux, France on Anzac Day and be some of the first visitors to the Sir John Monash Centre which will open its doors to visitors in time for Anzac Day 2018.
The Premier's Anzac Prize recipients and chaperones departed on Friday 13 April 2018. Follow their tour below as they visit key sites important to Australia's involvement in World War I and II.
The Premier's Anzac Prize students attended a two-day workshop at the State Library of Queensland in January 2018. The students and chaperones were given the opportunity for a behind-the-scenes tour of the library and completed their research on service men and women who served in Gallipoli and on the Western Front with the assistance of a group of mentors from the State Library. Their service person research now has a home on the State Library of Queensland website as a Historypin.
This page was last reviewed on 19 Apr 2018 at 02:06PM