PCACS students represent at ANZAC DAY service.

ANZAC DAY (25 April), is one of Australia's most important national occasions. It marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War.

Our PCACS students represented the School at the City of Kwinana ANZAC Day service. As a customary part of the ANZAC ceremony, local schools, community groups and area organisations are invited to lay wreaths as part of the service.  Our Prefects and House leaders represented PCACS in this task as well as reading the poem "My Country",  

Year 11 student Aiden Galbraith played the traditional  Last Post, a very moving and reflective part of the service.

Led by teacher and conductor, Alicia Walter, the School choir sung a number of pieces including a moving version of John Lennon’s “Imagine” during the wreath laying.  They then led the signing of the Australian and New Zealand National Anthems.

House Patron, Bishop David Murray and his son Andrew once again led the march playing the bagpipes and drums. 

Representing our school in such events such as the ANZAC Day service forms part of our the community spirit which is an integral part of the students' life at the School.