On the morning of April 25th, 1915, Australian and New Zealand troops landed under fire at Gallipoli, and it was then and during the violent campaign which followed, that the ANZAC tradition was forged.

The elements of that tradition have inspired and offered an enduring example to later generations of Australians.

This year marked the centenary of the landing at Gallipoli, 100 years since the Anzacs fought at what is now known as “Anzac Cove”. Raphaella Chidiac, Krystal Docker, Beverly Kaviya and Divashna Kumar, along with Mrs Venhuizen, represented Delany College at Anzac Cove in the special commemoration of this anniversary, an experience they will never forget. 

At Delany College, we remembered the brave men and women who represented our country and gave their lives, not only at Gallipoli, but in the wars that have been fought since, during our Anzac Day Ceremony.


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Tracey Flynn

Tracey Flynn
Delany College Granville

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  • 16 Sep 2022

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    Delany students were invited to attend the Fast Forward Year 11 University Day at Western Sydney University, Liverpool Campus. Students participated in many activities which focused on: → Identification and application of essential transferable skills 💡 → Exploration of career possibilities tailored to personal skill strengths and interests 🏢🧑‍💼 → Developing students’ awareness of, and familiarity with, the university environment 🎓 The day ended with a creative RAP performance highlighting the positive impact of future study 📜 and pathways beyond school.

    15 Sep 2022

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    It's a battlefield out there... when Mr Zagas' Y11 Modern History class creatively used classroom tables and nerf guns 🔫 on our field area to simulate charging a machine gun bunker in World War One's Western Front ⚔️💣

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