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Learning that Matters
Beaconhills College adopted a new Constitution at its May 2019 Annual General Meeting – an important milestone in the school’s history.
The new Constitution provides a more suitable governance structure while retaining the College’s heritage and continuing Christian ethos.
As a community school, we have many families actively contributing to the rich and varied life of the College, from volunteering in classrooms through to participating in our many service programs.
This Constitutional change presents an opportunity for parents or members of the wider community to be involved in the strategic future direction of the College. We need members of governance with a varied range of skills and interests.
If you would like to learn more, you are invited to attend a Governance Information Seminar at the College’s Pakenham Campus (Global Beacons Centre) from 7-8pm on Tuesday 23 July. RSVP by COB Friday 19 July to Melanie.Thompson@beaconhills.vic.edu.au if you would like to attend.
Beaconhills College’s Equestrian Captain Shaylyn McNeill has won both the Medium and Advanced Dressage at the Horseland Interschool Combined Training and Dressage Day at Boneo Park last Friday. Great job Shaylyn!
That’s much how much pasta, tinned tomatoes and flour the Beaconhills community has donated to charity FareShare’s annual Feed Melbourne Appeal in May and June. Thank you! Your donation will help support those struggling to put food on the table this winter.
FareShare says the College community donations will now be made into meals for distribution, with children and teenagers now accounting for a quarter of those seeking help.
The campaign is not over yet. Beaconhills College’s Head of Citizenship and Service, Clare Tuohy, said more donations were still on the way early in term 3, so stay tuned for the final tally.
Three Beaconhills College students returned home with medals from the Oceania Athletics Championships held 25-28 June in Townsville.
Congratulations to Pakenham Campus students Sophie Coughlin (pictured) and Cam deBruin, as well as Berwick’s Amiru Chandrasena for their outstanding results:
Cam deBruin –1st Men’s U20 200m (21.50sec), 1st Men’s U20 4x100m and 2nd Men’s U20 100m (10.79sec).
Sophie Coughlin – 3rd Women’s U18 2000m Steeplechase (7:35mins)
Amiru Chandrasena – 1st Men’s U18 Long Jump (7.33m).
Beaconhills’ combined campus chess team played some competitive chess last term at the annual Association of Co-educational Schools (ACS) tournament held at Thomas Carr College in Tarneit.
The team finished a credible fourth, but were excited to win three out of six games against the eventual first-placed team, St Leonards.
Player of the day was Aryan Mittal, winning five games, while Sam Sail, Cooper Lambert and Taiji Ogawa all had three wins.
630kg of food…and counting
Medals for College students in Oceania Athletics
ACS Chess Tournament
Students win writing awards
Make nature play a priority, says Maggie Dent
Five winning teams in SEISA finals
Best on show
Dancers make it to nationals
Beaconhills winner in sustainability awards
Danielle O’Leary: rising star in education
World Environment Day
Help shape our school’s future
Why we value chaplaincy
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
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