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Honour Boards

Honour Boards

We have been very fortunate that local Prospect historian Neil XX  has undertaken some significant research about the school's past students. In particular, his interest was in past students who have served has served our country in World War 1 and 2.

Wanting to ensure these brave students were not forgotten, he assisted the school to secure funds from the Department of Veteran Affairs for 3 honour boards. These boards are on display on the walls close to the front office of the school. 

The first board recognises NPS students who fought in the Great War, WW1.

The second recognises NPS students who fought in WW2.

The third recognises a NPS student Lorna Fairweather, who was a nurse in WW2. She, unfortunately, did not return after a tragic death.