The Resilient Australia Awards celebrate and promote initiatives that build whole of community resilience to disasters and emergencies around Australia, as well as images capturing resilience in action. The awards recognise collaboration and innovative thinking across all sectors.

Last night, Woodridge State High School won the Resilient Australia School Award which is open to all public and private pre-school, primary and secondary schools.

Principal Kathleen Janecek along with Deputy Principal Andrew Walsmley and Business Manager Andrew Byrne were at the awards and were extremely excited to have won.

“We have won an award Woodridge State High School, every single one of us,” said Mrs Janecek.

“We are at the Resilient Australia Awards and we are winner for the school category. So, congratulations everybody.

“It’s the result of the work that we have done over the last couple of years as a community.

“We are empowered, resilient and world changing and now, not just the state but the nation has recognised that.

“I’m super excited to share it all with you and keep going Woodridge and we are absolutely going to change this world and this world is going to know that we were here.”

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