Monday, 06 August 2018 11:50

Students showcase what matters to them

Taroona High School student, Amelia Fahey-Hankey won the Year 7/8 division of the Tasmanian Government’s What Matters To You competition, and was presented with her award by Minister for Education, Jeremy Rockcliff on Tuesday, July 31. Taroona High School student, Amelia Fahey-Hankey won the Year 7/8 division of the Tasmanian Government’s What Matters To You competition, and was presented with her award by Minister for Education, Jeremy Rockcliff on Tuesday, July 31. PS


Five local high school students are among the winners in this year’s What Matters? competition which encourages students to write about issues important to them.
The competition was open to all Tasmanian Government School students ranging from Year 5 to Year 12 who wrote about how they can make a difference. For the full article pick up a copy of this week's Kingborough Chronicle (Tuesday, August 7).

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