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Student competition now open! Premier’s Spirit of Anzac Prize

7 Mar 24

Premier’s Spirit of Anzac Prize

For Year levels: Victorian students in Years 9, 10, 11 and 12
Topic: Explore the significance of Victoria's Shrine of Remembrance or a local community’s war memorial in honouring Australians who have served in war and peacekeeping.
Competition Format: Online submission via the Grants Gateway portal.
Accepted entry modes: essay, artwork, poem, short story, audio, video, musical composition, web page.
Deadline for entries: Monday 29 April 2024
Prizes: Twelve prize recipients will join  a funded  overseas study tour in 2024.
Coordinating and/or Sponsoring Organisation: Department of Families, Fairness and Housing.
Special Features: Offers Victorian students the opportunity to explore Australia’s wartime and peacekeeping history and be awarded a  funded international study tour.
Opportunities for HTAV members: Teacher chaperone positions for the study tour available.
For more information: www.vic.gov.au/soap
Website: www.vic.gov.au/premiers-spirit-anzac-prize

 


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