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From the Deputy Head of College

Patrick Brennan, Deputy Principal - Staff & Student Wellbeing

Patrick Brennan, Deputy Principal - Staff & Student Wellbeing

From the Deputy Head of College, Patrick Brennan

Videos For Change

At Waverley College, our Touchstone of Justice and Solidarity encourages all of us to recognise that we are part of a global community and to stand up for issues that affect others, particularly involving the poor and marginalised.

Videos For Change is a way to have your social justice passion heard!

Students are being challenged to grab a camera and shoot a one-minute video on a social issue they are passionate about. Students will then be in the running to win a share of prizes worth over $12,000 and a chance for your video to be featured at a College assembly and appear on Network Ten’s ‘The Project’. There is $3000 up for grabs for the best video coming from a student from Years 7-9 and another $3000 for the best video from students from Years 10-12.

Previous entries have covered issues such as social inclusion, racism, domestic violence, gender equality, LGBTQI rights and bullying.

For further information take a look at

Students should also send their entries to me via Ms Nikki Smith

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