Mandurah Catholic College student wins Rotary’s Four Way Test Speech


Four Way Test Speech winner Mark Ajero and runner up Jasmine Peart.

Frederick Irwin teacher Guy Burbage with students Roslyn O’Farrell and Ella Taylor.

Four Way Test Speech runner-up Jasmine Peart, Mandurah Baptist College teacher Catherine Eppen Van Der Aa and student Jodi Van Rensburg.

Mandurah Catholic College teacher Theresa Ilsley with students Micaela Lazaroo and Mark Ajero.
Four Way Test Speech winner Mark Ajero and runner up Jasmine Peart. Frederick Irwin teacher Guy Burbage with students Roslyn O’Farrell and Ella Taylor. Four Way Test Speech runner-up Jasmine Peart, Mandurah Baptist College teacher Catherine Eppen Van Der Aa and student Jodi Van Rensburg. Mandurah Catholic College teacher Theresa Ilsley with students Micaela Lazaroo and Mark Ajero.

MANDURAH Catholic College student Mark Ajero won the Four Way Test Speech on Tuesday at the Rotary club competition.

The Year 10 student’s speech ‘Emerson of Human Interaction Due to Technology’ proved humorous and topical in technology interfering with communication face-to-face.

Six students competed for the Four Way Test Speech title.

The Rotary Four Way Test Speech is a competition where students are given the opportunity to develop their public speaking skills.

There are three Rotary clubs in Mandurah who actively organise the Four Way Test Speech each year for participating Year 10 students.

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