Click here to findout who won The Premier's Anzac Prize 2016.
The Premier's Anzac Prize is open to all eligible Queensland high school students in years 8 to 11.
Students are asked to address a specific question and develop an historical argument referring to evidence of the Anzac spirit from Australia's involvement in wars and conflicts from Gallipoli through to the present day, and to relate those experiences to positive values and activities in everyday life.
Each state school or accredited non-state school may nominate up to two students only. Entries must be from individuals not groups.
In 2017, the Premier's Anzac Prize will once again give eligible Queensland high school students a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience the Anzac tradition firsthand. Applications for the 2017 Prize open on Monday 18 April 2016.
For more information, please go to the 2017 Premier's Anzac Prize page.
Entries are assessed against the following criteria:
Additionally, the endorsement provided by the student's teacher (or referee's report for students registered for home education) will be taken into account when assessing the application.
Applications will be shortlisted by an evaluation committee comprising employees of the department and other persons (for example, non-state school teachers and/or representatives from universities from across Queensland).
A selection panel including a serving member of the Australian Defence Force and an Anzac descendant will determine the final eight students.
For information on other Anzac projects and resources for schools and students please visit the Anzac and Education site.
DET International offers other international opportunities for students and schools 1.8M.
This page was last reviewed on 15 Apr 2016
Queensland state schools can access more learning and teaching resources on the Learning Place website at the Anzac Day edStudio.
(After logging into the Learning Place students can access the edStudio by typing the access key S545112253 into the Access Keys box)