Amaroo School

About our team

Team from left to right:
Back row – Labh Monro, Harrison Savill, Daniel Abela, Darci Tennent, Lea Wallner, Abigail Van Der Merwe
Front row – Hannah Tyler, Marayum Zahid, Leanne Grbavac, Maddy Calder, Izzy Morrissey, Jacqueline White, Chloe Rankine, Charlotte Sutherland 

We are a group of 14  students from Ashley Brettell’s year 10 Humanities class.  We all are honoured to be a part of this project and the commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the war and peace in the pacific. We wish to produce a passionate piece of work that describes in detail the Bombing of Darwin as a source of information, reflection and insight into the war and peace in the pacific.

Our rich question / topic

The Bombing of Darwin, February 19 1942.

More about our school

Amaroo school is located in Amaroo, Canberra, Australia and was established in 2004.  Our school caters for students from Preschool to Year 10. Amaroo School is a dynamic, inspiring and nurturing learning community dedicated to supporting all students to achieve their individual potential. We value diversity and the richness it brings to our school culture. All students are supported and encouraged to achieve their best at all times. Each student is expected to genuinely engage in achieving their goals. Our school maintains a strong emphasis on excellence and inclusion. We at Amaroo School also acknowledge the Ngunnawal people, the traditional owners of the land in which we learn, live and grow as a community.