RCC was extremely fortunate this year to be able to hold its ANZAC service on Friday 23 April, in the first week of Term 2, as all services in WA were subsequently cancelled due to the COVID three-day lockdown.
Here at the college, we were blessed with a beautiful sunny day for our very special ANZAC assembly which was attended by staff, our students from Years 1 – 10, veterans and serving members of our forces, Parliamentarians and many community members.
We also had many of our students representing their special community groups – Girls Brigade, Scouts, Cubs, Army and Fire Cadets and of course our own RCC Bushranger Cadets.
All were invited to lay a wreath, with the recognition of all past and present Service Men and Women, and in particular the contribution of Indigenous Australians to conflict and peacekeeping missions recognised through student readings, choir items and Navy and Army Service personnel guest speakers.
The respect shown by everyone to the proceedings and speakers was another proud moment at RCC.
Our thanks to Associate Principal Karen West for organizing and running this very special Anzac commemoration.

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