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Don't just take our word for it.

Here are a few comments from some teachers:

"The Asia Wise Competition has brought glowing reports about History and geography to our school.  Students are beginning to see more relevance and fun in the humanities." Robyn Coase-Willis, Emmaus College, Jimboomba.

"We found the flexible timing great.  We were able to fit Asia Wise in around a lot of other activities at the end of term." Cat Jones,  Head of Humanities Mentone Girls Secondary College, Melbourne.

"A great competition! The students enjoyed doing it."
Colleen Carr, SOSE Coordinator, Mt Aspiring College, Queensland, Australia.

"The Primary Research Project is very educationally worthwhile."
Brendon Medwin, Wilston State School, Brisbane, Australia.

"Thank you for another wonderful educational resource that has been enjoyable and challenging. St Joseph’s, Molong have enjoyed participating."
J. Sutton, Deputy Principal, St Joseph’s – Molong, New South Wales, Australia.

"Our students enjoyed the Asia Wise Competition. Feedback on schools progress in relation to state for each category was useful"
Roslyn Allison, Principal, Glenmore State School, Quensland, Australia.

"A wonderful test that all found interesting, informative and a valuable learning tool."
M Withiel teacher, Kaitaia College, New Zealand.

"The children involved found The Primary Research Project challenging and all have gained skills and knowledge from their involvement." Northern Rivers Primary School, New South Wales, Australia.

"Its great (The Primary Research Project). Our kids really enjoy doing it. We are keen to become involved next year."
Kirkwood Intermediate School, New Zealand.

"Have done The Primary Research Project for a number of years now – I think it is excellent."
Leigh Ulmer, Teacher, Queenscliff Primary School, Victoria, Australia.

The top ambassador this week is Julia Hubbard from Presbyterian Ladies College - Vic (VIC, Australia), with 500 points!