Luka, Aidan, Libby and Anisa reading their war letters from the Gallipoli trenches!
ANZAC Day is a day to unite all Australians in remembering those who serve and die in war. ANZAC DAY day is a time for understanding about peace and war and how some may sacrifice their future, for the freedom of others.
ANZAC is a World War 1 acronym for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. ANZAC Day commemorates a significant event in Australia’s history; the first time in war Australians represented our nation and were noticed by the world. Something good and noble about the Australian identity was created through the terrible events of wartime.
For comments compiled by year 6/7 students in Room 29 comments on why we commemorate ANZAC Day please click on this link.