Ben Ivers had the ultimate privilege to assist in leading the 2021 ANZAC Commemoration Ceremony at Brisbane’s ANZAC Square last week. The ANZAC Commemoration Ceremony is an annual service to honour Australia’s brave service men and women through the eyes of the young. The service features student guest speakers, school bands and choirs along with attendance by the Defence Force dignitaries, parliamentary leaders and Lord Mayor of Brisbane.
This opportunity was part of a 2-day program for the students awarded the “2019 Premiers ANZAC Prize”. The group have engaged in various activities that promote the ANZAC spirit and raise awareness to the sacrifices made by those who have served since their selection as award recipients. The program concluded with formalities being undertaken at Parliament House.
Our school is very proud of Ben’s selection and representation
at this event. A fitting young man for such an award.
Once again the students at Proserpine State High School are to be applauded for their contribution to ensuring the ANZAC spirit continues strong into the future.
Our students conducted themselves with exemplary behaviour at our whole school ANZAC ceremony on Friday, whilst the ANZAC marches were proudly attended by many students from Proserpine State High School.
Student representation at the marches in Airlie Beach and Proserpine was once again strong and demonstrated the community spirit we aim to embed in our students.
Please visit the ANZAC Day photo gallery for more photos.