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Mrs Anne Griffiths retired in 2009 as the Education Policy Officer for the Western Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (WACCI). She had an intense interest in Vocational Education and Training and was instrumental in establishing and sustaining a range of programs that engaged young people in school-based programs that articulated to further training and employment. Mrs Griffiths served on a number of boards of agencies, networks and alliances that managed programs benefitting students.
Mrs Griffiths served for many years on the School Council of Mount Lawley SHS as a community member. She brought to the deliberations of Council her deep breadth of knowledge in Vocational Education and Training, an intense interest in the development of young people and a passion for preparing students for a successful future
Mrs Griffiths gave much to Mount Lawley SHS despite not being a parent of the school or a local resident. She is an exemplar of commitment and voluntary service.
The scholarship is tenable to a student undertaking a recognised program that is focused on training and work place learning (WPL). A student awarded the scholarship must be enrolled in an Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) Certificate course and a WPL course or endorsed program. If a student withdraws from one or both components, the scholarship is forfeited.
The student awarded the scholarship will be expected to maintain high standards of behaviour, attend school, training and work regularly and achieve acceptable results.
The value of the scholarship will be $500 over Years 11 and 12. The scholarship may be expended on course charges, school uniform items (from the P&C Uniform Shop) or tools, equipment and dress requirements for work placement. Expenditure on the latter category must be approved by the school's Business Manager in advance and reimbursement can only be made on the production of relevant receipts.
The criteria for selection the winner of the scholarship is as follows:
Students applying for the scholarship are to submit the following:
Applications are to be submitted as follows:
Applicants will be advised on the outcome as soon as possible. The scholarship will be presented at a school assembly.
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Mount Lawley Senior High School aims to maximise the enjoyment of learning and achievement for all students within a compassionate and democratic school culture, encouraging them to be responsible, creative and engaged lifelong learners.
65 Woodsome Street
Western Australia 6050
Phone: 61 8 9471 0300
Fax: 61 8 9271 1126
Middle School (Yr 7/8/9) Enquiries
Phone: 61 8 9471 0350
Fax: 61 8 9471 0338
Senior School (Yr 10/11/12) Enquiries
Phone: 61 8 9471 0320
Fax: 61 8 9471 0329