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|April 24, 2018| 1mins


ANZAC Day is an important day in Australia’s calendar every year. It is an important reminder of our ANZAC’s past and present.

Poppy’s stood tall in the field, wreaths were laid and our Timber Tots sat shoulder to shoulder with their mates and remembered those who fought for our way of life and ultimately, those who paid the ultimate sacrifice.

Today, the 24th of April 2018, Timber Tots held it first annual ANZAC parade. Bruce Goddard, from Place Projects, led the opening march into Wembley Park where we held a short ceremony was held. Songs were sung and speeches were made to respect and to honor all those who have served. The day was concluded with the Last Post and Rouse performed by Jack Collinson, a student at the Open Conservatorium Queensland Conservatorium at Griffith University.

Our ANZAC Day Parade brings a conclusion to the learning undertaken in each of our classrooms and the importance of ANZAC history. We hope to ensure their legacy lives on.