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ANZAC day, 25 April marks the Anniversary of the first landing in Gallipoli where 16,000 Australian and New Zealand army troops, became known as the ANZACS, setting foot in the Turkish battle fields unaware of what was to come. In commemoration of the 106th Anniversary, as a school, we conducted our annual Anzac Assembly on Friday, 23 April. To honour the men and women who fought, aided and guided those involved in war, we were fortunate enough to have an Australian Defence Force Air squadron Leader come to the assembly and speak about the importance of ANZAC day and why it should be remembered.
Squadron Leader Arthur Iconomou grew up in Sydney with his family and in 2008 he joined the Royal Australian Air Force.
When addressing the school community, we learnt that Arthur is passionate about staying active in ways such as playing rugby, surfing, snowboarding, diving, competing in triathlons and travelling. At the Assembly, the students of Norwood honoured the fallen, those who have served their country and those still involved in conflict overseas. As a mark of respect we observed a minute’s silence as a bugler played the ‘Last Post’ whilst the Australian flag was lowered to half-mast.
Many of the Year 12 Student Leaders and Prefect Team attended the Anzac Day Dawn Service at the Ringwood Clock Tower on Sunday, 25 April. Although it was a cold, early morning, many came to pay their respects. The service included, speeches, wreath laying and a minute silence.
‘Lest We Forget’