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Learning that Matters
Beaconhills College is a finalist in this year’s ResourceSmart Schools awards for its outstanding environmental initiatives.
Winners will be announced on 13 June at the MCG with the ABC’s host of War on Waste, Craig Reucassel.
The Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, Lily D’Ambrosio, said the award finalists were “doing their bit to create a better place for future generations to come”.
Beaconhills College was nominated in the ‘Campus Infrastructure and Operations School of the Year’ category. The College’s Sustainability Co-ordinator Jack Donkers (pictured) said he was delighted that the College’s leadership in the area of sustainability has been recognised.
More than 100 Berwick Campus students took part in the annual Autumn Concert held at the Berwick Campus on Wednesday 15 May.
The outstanding showcase of dance, drama and music ranged from band and strings performances through to vocal ensembles and dance presentations by some of the Beaconhills scholars.
The figures are in. Our College community has raised a grand total of $47,646 from the Casey and Cardinia Relay for Life events.
This outstanding amount is enough to pay for two Research Awards to help fund some of Cancer Council’s world class research projects.
Congratulations to everyone who participated or donated.
The Pakenham Campus chess team ruled the board at the SEISA Chess competition this week, taking first place along with Newhaven College and St Paul’s Warragul. The team has now qualified to compete in the State Open Secondary Championships held at Maribyrnong College on Thursday 12 September.
Congratulations to Sam Sail, Year 11, who placed first, as well as the youngest team member Alfie Howat (Year 6) who was the team’s second ranked player in thirteenth place.
Beaconhills College now has its own rose.
The Beacon of Hope rose is grown exclusively for Beaconhills College by Rankins Nursery, Garfield North and sold through the College’s online shop.
Proceeds from rose sales will go to Beaconhills’ Relay for Life campaigns, along with other Citizenship and Service projects.
The beautiful yellow rose comes in a 20cm pot and costs $25. Orders can be collected from the College Shop each Thursday, with your collection date advised once the order is completed.
Order through the College Shop
Well done to all of our student athletes who competed at the SEISA – South Eastern Independent Schools Association Athletics Carnival yesterday.
A strong result from both campus teams, with four overall age group champions – Thomas Kervin, Amiru Chandrasena, and Matisse Lazzari and Cameron deBruin who are pictured below.
Pakenham Prep students were delighted to return to school on Monday to find that their classrooms had been transformed into hospitals for the term.
Complete with operating tables, wards and a reception area, the rooms will set the scene for an inquiry unit and lots of new and exciting learning opportunities.
Relay for Life results
A rose by any other name
Age-group Athletics Champions
The doctor will see you now
Beaconhills presents Thoroughly Modern Millie
Open Day 4 May
Richmond Football Club clinic
Inky judge honour for Zitong
Pakenham pumpkins best in show
Recent events in Sri Lanka
A message of hope this Easter
Bushfires: thanks for your support
Boarding residence now open to local students
Order of Australia medal for College Board Chairman
Welcome to a new school year
Getting a HeadStart
Wellbeing in action
Importance of Child Safe legislation
New centre a celebration of original Year 9 vision
School funding model announced
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