College students participate in model UN Assembly
Year 12 students from Brisbane Water Secondary College have participated in the 2018 Central Coast Model United Nations Assembly.
Students Liam Hylton-Evans, Zoe Sounness and Ben Spencer competed for the College at the Rotary-facilitated event held at the University of Newcastle Ourimbah Campus on June 14.
"The team prepared well and delivered their arguments professionally as they debated four resolutions related to current world issues from the perspective of the country Myanmar.
"The team also looked the part, dressing up to reflect the culture and customs of Myanmar," said college principal Mr Paul Gilmore.
"The event was successful and was visited by representatives of local and state governments including State Member for Gosford, Paralympian and former College teacher Ms Liesl Tesch.
"The students enjoyed the day, learned a lot about how the United Nations works and enjoyed catching up with their Year 10 Geography teacher Ms Tesch.
Social media, 14 Jun 2018
Paul Gilmore, BWSC
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