The student will travel to significant Australian battlefields in Belgium and France on a 12 day tour of the Western Front, along with students from other schools.  Our student will also attend commemorative events in the town of Ypres in Belgium, acknowledging 100 years since Australia lost 38,000 men in battle there.

Mr Robert Muscat, College Principal, identified this opportunity a number of weeks ago and directed the HSIE Faculty to complete the application process. We are very pleased at the successful result.

 Students in Years 10 and 11 in 2017 who are enrolled at Delany College may apply by submitting an original piece of work about why it is important to commemorate Anzac Day. If shortlisted, students will then explain their work to a Panel (chaired by Mr Muscat) who will select the successful student. Details of how to apply have been communicated to the students.

Information can also be found at: 

 It is important that interested students submit their work by the due date and have parental permission to travel to Europe, should they be successful. I encourage every student currently in Year 9 or 10 who is interested in the story of Anzac to apply. 



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Diane Dundas

Diane Dundas
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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