As a first-year primary teaching student, Emmett Harle’s part of a wellbeing program called the Avondale Character Experience Laboratory. It’s built resilience, which helped Emmett just complete Australia’s premier alpine walk.
Erwin Boggiano is more fluent in Spanish than English because he moved from Australia to South America with his family when a baby. Now in his middle age and with a family of his own, Erwin’s returned to finally follow through on something he’d been putting off for too long.
Dani Stone’s (1993, 1999) study in business and education now helps her teach students to care for cancer patients. We asked her 10 questions. Here are the answers she gave.
Joshua Lolo could be the first in his family to graduate from university. It’ll be a proud moment because, while he wanted to study at Avondale, he didn’t have the means to do so. Until . . .
Bryce Wastney (BA/BTch, 2002) learnt guitar at Avondale then followed his heart as a touring artist, performing with the likes of Guy Sebastian. He now lives among the thriving arts and crafts scene in Nelson, New Zealand. We asked him 10 questions. Here are the answers he gave.
I’m a dedicated, passionate teacher and a busy mum. I’m married to a pastor, but the thought of studying to perhaps become one never crossed my mind. It seems God had other ideas.