Legacy Anzac Day Service

On Friday 21st April ten students from Ararat College had the privilege of attending the Legacy Student ANZAC Day service at the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne. We were among thousands of other students, all there to share in the same eye opening experience. Throughout the service we got to enjoy many different speakers sharing just some of their connections to ANZAC Day and what it means to them. We’d like to thank Ararat Legacy for giving us this opportunity to attend such an event, with special mention to Legatees Mrs Radford and Mr Bowles. Also thank you to Mr Reynolds for coming along with us. This trip is honestly a highlight for many and we encourage any student who is given the

Year 7 Humanities

In Year 7 Humanities we have just completed a term of geography studies with a unit on mapping. We had a specific focus on topographical maps and map reading for the final section of the topic. Throughout the unit, the students built up a base knowledge of the components, features, and uses of different map types, and then put this knowledge to practice using a real-world scenario. Using a large and highly detailed topographical map of the Northern Grampians, the students were required to: locate different landmarks and physical features on the map, apply their mathematical skills in deciphering the real-world distances between two places on the map using the scale, and finally, they were as

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