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School of the Year Awards - Ceremony Photos

2002 Goodman Fielder School of the Year Awards - Ceremony Photos

Sue McLachlan (Principal) and Susana Tang (10 year old student) from Mountain View Primary School in Mangere, Auckland receive the overall 2002 Goodman Fielder School of the Year Award from Minister of Education the Hon. Trevor Mallard and Goodman Fielder New Zealand Managing Director, Ron Vela.

Student representatives from the 15 finalist schools join Goodman Fielder New Zealand Managing Director and judge, Ron Vela (centre back) and judges and ceremony MCs April Bruce and Robert Rakete at the 2002 Goodman Fielder School of the Year Awards.

Susana Tang (student) and Sue McLachlan (principal) from Mountain View Primary School in Mangere, Auckland, together with Goodman Fielder New Zealand Managing Director, Ron Vela, proudly display their two trophies in the 2002 Goodman Fielder School of the Year Awards.

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