Below is a copy email from Mrs Venhuizen. Enjoy!
We have had a busy couple of days and are learning lots. Yesterday we stood on the beach where the Anzacs landed and visited the cemeteries. The soldiers were buried near where they died, so some sites have dozens of graves and others only a few. We found Simpson's grave, then wandered and read many others. Some inscriptions break your heart to read but help to understand the soldiers' stories.
Seeing the topography of the land firsthand helps to learn the
We are also learning from the Turkish perspective - their stories of heroism and a different version of some of the events. Our guide is
Our historian said these kids are the best he has seen - 'a purposeful group of young people with insightful questions'. As you would expect, the Delany girls are shining. Mrs Venhuizen