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The Pakenham Campus senior boys’ footy team had a stunning win yesterday in the SEISA finals, against a combined team from St Paul’s.
The final score was 13.8.86 to 5.5.35 – make us the winners by 51 point winners! Congratulations as well to Cam deBruin, who kicked six goals.
City of Casey Mayor Cr Amanda Stapledon stopped by Beaconhills College Berwick Campus this afternoon as part of her Walk for Disability.
The 14-22 September walk is to raise much-needed funds and awareness for people in Casey who live with a disability, as well as their carers. All proceeds will be donated to Project 28, an initiative by the Wolfdene Foundation that aims to create 28 supported accommodation units by the year 2028.
Headmaster Tony Sheumack, College staff and students greeted Cr Stapledon and her team and students presented her with a bouquet of flowers.
What a stellar performance at Basketball Victoria’s Hoop Time competition last week by our Pakenham Campus Junior School teams!
All three teams made it to the finals, with two teams winning the grand final and now progressing to the next level of competition. Apparently all team members showed great respect to their teammates and opponents throughout the day.
Our Beacon Explorers have had busy first two days in Beijing, visiting the Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven, the Great Wall and the Summer Palace.
They’ve taken in kongfu and acrobatics shows and had lots of meals in between. Next step was Xian on the train.
The SEISA Spring Carnival last Thursday 12 September produced some champion volleyballers from our Berwick Campus.
The senior boys were undefeated for the seventh year in a row, while the junior boys and junior girls teams both had wins. Congratulations to all teams from Pakenham and Berwick campuses who competed to a high standard.
Year 6 students were privileged to meet Holocaust survivor Joseph De Haan, aged 97, during an excursion this week to the Jewish Holocaust Centre in Elsternwick.
Born in Amsterdam, this amazing man was taken in by family friends and brave Christians from the Dutch underground resistance movement, after the Germans invaded the Netherlands in 1940. He was eventually liberated, but his brother died in a concentration camp and his father and stepmother were murdered in Auschwitz.
Year 11 student Corban Baker may be one of the lucky few blessed with natural sporting ability, but his positive attitude and participation has also helped him win the prestigious Pierre de Coubertin Award.
The award recognises secondary schools students who demonstrate values consistent with the Olympic movement through sporting participation. The Victorian Olympic Council presents the awards.
Corban plays basketball, football and soccer for the College’s Pakenham Campus. Outside school, he plays right back position in soccer for the South Melbourne Football Club Under 20s reserves, a team which recently won the National Premier League title.
It was Corban’s fifth championship in a row with the club, making him the first NPL player to achieve this. He captained the Under 13s, 14s, 15s and 16s sides to victory from 2015-2018 and was one of the youngest players selected in the Under 20s side this year, where he had an outstanding season.
Brave Beaconhills equestrian Poppi Plumb is back competing this weekend after a horrific accident in March at the Grand Nationals in Sydney. Her horse reared up and flipped onto her, crushing her pelvis, and causing a number of other injuries.
But this weekend she is back in saddle at the Royal Adelaide Show, along with other current and former members of the Beaconhills Equestrian team.
Best wishes to Poppi and all the riders this weekend.
Year 8 Pakenham Campus students are experiencing the rugged beauty of Gariwerd (The Grampians) this week as part of their Beacon Explorers program.
The focus of the camp is to consolidate students’ previous outdoor education experiences in Years 5-7, to help prepare them for their Year 9 extended hiking program.
Today super heroes wandered the halls of our Berwick Campus for the first ever College Cosplay event.
Approximately 50 students from Years 7-11 dressed as their favourite characters, with a number of the students creating their own costumes in the Library MakerSpace.
Event organiser, Head of Library at Berwick Campus, Carmel Byrne said that in a world where young people can feel they lack power and voice, stepping into the shoes of a character that you admire can be very empowering.
A fantastic event for all of the staff and students involved!
Senior footy win
Walk for Disability
Hoop Time winners
Hello from China!
Award for sporting all-rounder
Year 8s head for the hills
Dancers claim silver
Donations put to good use
Reports that tell the whole story
What are your values?
A commitment to Indigenous education
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
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