Aquinas families came together on their driveways this morning to commemorate Anzac Day.

Thank you to Joseph and Daniel Setiawan, and Old Aquinian Tom Loughnan (’18) for sharing their renditions of the Last Post and Reveille in Part 1. Jakob Taylor, Oliver McKinnon, Rory Watson, Evan Maybe, Charlie Mavrick, Dashiell van Ingen, James Saunders, Sam Dixon and Dylan Atkins-Walters performed in Part 2. Lest we forget.

 


Aquinas College community members will commemorate Anzac Day in their driveways this year, reflecting with family and honouring our armed servicemen and women.

Musicians of all ages are encouraged to play the Last Post (and after one minute silence) the Reveille from 6am.

The music needed to play the Last Post and Reveille as well as an mp3 file demonstrating the sound to try to achieve are available at https://musicformateship.org/

The link also gives you a pro-forma of a letter to distribute to neighbours.

The College will compile a video of our musicians playing in their driveways. Please send videos via Media Hub following the performance. The video will be posted to College social media platforms at 9am.


Temporary fencing has now been erected around the Br NN Wilson Boathouse.Br NN Wilson Boathouse

Its long-awaited demolition is one last permit away from starting. Despite the cancellation of the Head of the River, 2020 has been an exciting year for Aquinas Rowing, with incredible performances across the teams.

As Director of Rowing, Nick Collins said; “Aquinas Rowing has never been stronger, bring on 2021, we have unfinished business.”

Thank you for your patience and thank you for supporting Rowing at Aquinas College.


The 2020 Aquinas College Foundation Ball has been cancelled, due to government restrictions of events as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.

We look forward to relaunching the event to our community for 2021.

The Foundation thanks you for your support and wishes your families all the best in coming months.

2020 Aquinas College Foundation Ball has been cancelled