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30-34 Toomuc Valley Rd, Pakenham VIC 3810
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Pets are not only our loyal companions, but we also know that they can greatly help us through challenging times.
One of the best parts of home learning (apart from being able to wear your pyjamas) is having furry study buddies around to keep motivation high! Our College counsellors and ‘pawrents’ to friendly therapy dogs, Smudgee and Kai, have explained the benefits of keeping pets close by:
“Let pets be your GEM (gratitude, empathy, mindfulness) and help you in resilience training. Be grateful for their love and companionship, and let them help you practice 30 minutes of mindfulness a day by brushing, patting and walking them” – Jane Negus
“Having an animal nearby is known to reduce stress and increase our sense of calm. Pets are great listeners so we encourage you to read to them, teach them about what you are learning; show them your creations and enjoy the fresh air with them by your side” – Amanda Harris
An Easter Blessing from Revd Peggy Kruse
COVID-19 Time Capsule
Online Learning to continue into term 2
Garden of hope
21 Day Challenge
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How pets help us study
Greetings from home: a new type of Beaconhills school day
Let the home learning begin
Coronavirus (COVID-19): a guide for parents
10 top tips on remaining hopeful and calm during challenging times.
Legal Studies students visit court
Support for health care workers
From humble beginnings
Welcome to 2020
Let your light shine
3 meaningful ways for alumni to stay connected
Public v private school funding
Reports that tell the whole story
What are your values?
A commitment to Indigenous education
Help shape our school’s future
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Gate C, Syme Rd, Pakenham VIC 3810