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The College Cadet Unit are this week developing their leadership skills and resilience whilst on the annual camp at the Puckapunyal Military Area.
Completing a PhD is always an impressive achievement. Beaconhills Berwick Campus teacher John Bellavance will soon join the learned group of individuals who can add the title of ‘Dr’ to their names.
John, who teachers Years 10-12 Information and Communication Technology (ICT), received excellent marks for his PhD completed through the faculty of education at Monash University.
His thesis focused on values education with respect to the use of ICTs by high school students. His findings suggested that parent involvement, students’ own experiences and moral responses while using ICTs, along with positive peer pressure, were the most important in fostering the moral use of ICTs in student participants.
The Beaconhills College Tennis program has claimed its first premiership flag, with our section 3 pennant team winning the Saturday/Sunday winter competition with the Berwick District Tennis Association.
Congratulations to players Cooper Arthur (Year 9), Jai Lewis (Year 10), Tom Orr (Year 6), Jack Randall (Year 8) and Sineth Wickramasinghe (Year 6) for playing some fantastic tennis. A number of other Beaconhills tennis teams also made the finals this season.
Beaconhills College was delighted to host three Timor Leste delegates at our Pakenham campus on Thursday, 13 September.
Our visitors were Municipal President Jose Martinho dos Santos, and Friends of Ermera Commision members Dona Santina (who works for Births, Deaths and Marriages) and Noemia Ximenes (working in Department of Education and is a Kindergarten Teacher).
The visit was arranged to further our relationship as a Friends of Emera donor and friendship school.
A very warm hearted thank you to all who visited our Berwick campus this week.
Our Junior School students were just tickled to show their proud grandparents and special friends what they have been learning.
Wellbeing is one of the six key pillars that underpin everything we do at Beaconhills College. While everyday is a chance to ask a friend, student or co-worker R U OK? yesterday, our staff and students also raised funds for suicide prevention.
Year 9 Beaconhills student Elliot Perez has placed third against competitors from across Victoria in last weekend’s Japanese Speech Contest held in Windsor.
Seven students from the College took part in the competition, run by the Japanese Language Teachers Association of Victoria. Students took part in two categories of individual speech and pair conversation. Teacher Junji Sakamoto said it was challenging for students to speak in another language in front of such a large audience and they did a fantastic job.
The combined campus Beaconhills College team performed well at the Association of Co-educational Schools (ACS) Cross Country Championships held at Bundoora Park last week.
Congratulations to Matisse Lazzari (Year 11) for her gold medal and to Thomas Lambe (Year 7), Jack Carroll (Year 9) and Brendon Mirabito (Year 12) for all placing third in their age groups. And to the Year 7 boys for placing second overall!
A gold medal for Matisse Lazzari
The magical production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid will hit the stage at the Berwick Campus this Thursday 30 August.
Middle, Year 9 and Senior School students have been rehearsing tirelessly for the past few months to bring the production to the stage.
Come along and enjoy this timeless classic and be part of the adventure. Performances will take place in the Berwick Performing Arts Hall Thursday 30, Friday 31 August 7.30pm, Saturday 1 September 2pm and 7.30pm. Tickets are selling fast, so don’t miss out! Go to the Beaconhills online College Shop
Parading pirates, Book Balderdash, gumnut baby librarians…Book Week at Beaconhills had everything. Not to mention a burst of brilliant sunshine for today’s character parades!
National Book Week’s theme this year was ‘Find your treasure’, which made the pirate ship playground at the Pakenham Campus the perfect backdrop for some of our literacy-loving landlubbers.
Both Berwick and Pakenham libraries were a hive of activity during the week, with competitions, dress-ups and inspiring visits from authors like James Maloney and Nova Weetman. And of course the highlight of the week was the character parade, held at both campuses.
Teacher achieves PhD
Friends of Ermera
Grandparents & Special Friends Day
R U OK?
Japanese Speech Contest
Don’t let this one get away!
All on the same page for Book Week
Paige makes state softball team
Little Beacons finalist in prestigious awards
School funding model announced
Vale Nigel Creese, AM
Roger Lord awarded Life Membership
New school funding model a cause for concern
Parent input benefits BeaconNet
Welcome to term 3
Tony talks Beacon Explorers
Tony talks learning about sustainability at Beaconhills College
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