Three Moama Anglican Grammar School students competed in the Rostrum Voice of Youth Public Speaking Competition in Shepparton at the weekend.
Year 10 students Kerrie Dick competed in the competition’s Senior division, with Alyssa Hunter and Hannah Williams taking part in the Junior division.
All three students presented speeches which showed high levels of thought, research, practice and confidence in public speaking, with Kerrie selected to compete at the state finals.
Each student was able to receive feedback from the adjudicators on how they can improve in the future, engage their audience more, take command of a room and use their public speaking skills to influence others.
These students should be congratulated on their effort and willingness to give it a go at this event.
Our thanks to Head of Student Leadership Mrs Kim McFadden who accompanied the students to this event.