Radford student named finalist in ACT iAwards

Will Pak Poy attends the virtual ACT iAwards event

Will Pak Poy attends the virtual ACT iAwards event

Congratulations to Radford’s Will Pak Poy for being named as a finalist in the ACT iAwards.

The Year 8 student’s HappyMe application was selected for the Education & Student Solution of the Year category.

An initiative of the Australian Information Industry Association, the iAwards seek to unearth, recognise and reward excellence in Australian innovation.

For the first time, the ACT awards event was held virtually, due to COVID-19 restrictions, with finalists standing by on their computers for the announcement.

Will’s entry was runner-up to an app developed by a team of four ANU students.


HappyMe app


More about HappyMe:

HappyMe is designed to be an all-inclusive wellbeing platform for students in secondary school to help them manage their wellbeing in a variety of ways including reporting and managing bullying, scheduling and working with counsellors, behavioural management systems, and managing schoolwork, homework and assignments.

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