St Euphemia College student wins public speaking competition in Sydney

·

A Year 8 student from St Euphemia College in the Sydney suburb of Bankstown has won the local area finals for the Legacy Junior Public Speaking competition.

Students Irini and Evangelia both competed in the local area finals at Al Sadiq College on Tuesday, August 1.

Both students impressed the judges with their unique and inspiring speeches titled, ‘Invisible Disabilities’ and ‘The Sweetness of Social Media.’

In the end, Evangelia took out the final and she will now be going through to the regional finals.

In a post on Facebook, the Greek Orthodox school congratulated the students for their successful endeavours.

Advertisement

Share:

KEEP UP TO DATE WITH TGH

By subscribing you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

Advertisement

Latest News

The power within: A story of Cyprus and resilience

It was on my 1st birthday, the 20th July 1974, when Turkish forces invaded Cyprus and took over half the island.

The Larcos family: Navigating generational trauma from the Turkish invasion of Cyprus

The Larcos family could never have anticipated the upheaval that awaited them when they made the decision to relocate from Australia to Cyprus.

A lifetime of diplomacy: A conversation with Prokopis Vanezis

It was an afternoon full of stories—many untold—poetry, dragons, and a single fairy unfolds as the present meets the past to discuss the future.

Cyprus’ cultural heritage is not for sale

For centuries, ancient artefacts, art, and relics have been a topic of ownership, provenance, and morality debates.

Beyond sheftalies: Cypriot Australian youth keep reunification flame burning 50 years on

Young Cypriot Australians, born decades after the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974, are grappling with the conflict’s enduring legacy.

You May Also Like

The problem of succession: Why young people don’t follow?

One of the most imposing problems faced by the leadership of Hellenism of Australia is the deficiency in succession.

Greek PM defends migration policy in heated exchange with journalist

Greek Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, has angrily defended his government’s immigration policy in a heated exchange with a journalist.

Restoration works continue at Sts Anargiri Greek Orthodox church in Victoria after fire

Restoration works are currently underway at Sts Anargiri Greek Orthodox Church in Oakleigh, Victoria after a fire broke out this month.