On Friday 4th May, the Primary School had their ANZAC Service. The red poppies made by the Primary students adorned the stage and the choir provided a beautiful backdrop with their sea of red uniforms. The drama team performed to a poem written by Arthur Leggett, a World War 2 veteran, written specifically for the service. The choir sang songs that took us back to the times of World War 1 encouraging us to reflect on the sacrifices made. Chaplain Scott Norman, the guest speaker, reminded the audience that they too had the ANZAC spirit and that it lives on in them today. The bagpipes were played by Lance Corporal Ailsa Edwards as the wreaths were laid, and the one minute silence began after Lance Corporal Scott played ‘The Last Post’. The flag was raised and lowered by Anna Ferreira and Tafara Chamapiwa and the Assembly concluded with a touching video of what it means to be Australian.