SOTE students Callum Heron, Marian Faa, Maggie Doolan and Mei Lu.
SOTE students Callum Heron, Marian Faa, Maggie Doolan and Mei Lu. Emma Channon

Students celebrate Youth Day

IT WAS a fine day to be a young person in Warwick yesterday.

The sun was shining, it was sports afternoon and the weekend was just around the corner.

Although many didn’t know it, yesterday also was International Youth Day – a day where young people are recognised for the importance they will bear in the future.

At the School of Total Education, senior students Callum Heron, Marian Faa, Maggie Doolan and Mei Lu were thinking about driver’s licences and finishing school.

“I think one of the things that’s important for us is getting your (driver’s licence),” Year 12 student Callum said.

“Then when you get it you realise how boring driving actually is.”

Fellow Year 12 student Maggie said she was thinking about what she would do when she left school.

Marian said for her it was just the typical “social things”.



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