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Inspiring philanthropist and the driving force behind women’s football, Dr Susan Alberti, was the guest speaker at our Pakenham Campus Senior School assembly yesterday, thanks to the efforts of Year 10 student Alysha Hall who arranged the visit.
Dr Alberti has been a tireless crusader against type 1 diabetes, after her daughter Danielle died of complications from the disease in 2001. She spoke to Beaconhills students about her three passions; women in sport and business, finding a cure for type 1 diabetes and her love of footy (in particular the Western Bulldogs, the club where she worked as vice-president to bring home the 2016 premiership flag).
She urged students to remember that “no matter how big or small the contribution, you have got to give something back to the community”. Dr Alberti is pictured here with Alysha Hall.
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Dragonfly has landed
Vacation care fun
Student doco makes festival finals
Up for debate
Drone shot captures campus
Jacob has the winning edge
Little Beacons Berwick Sod Turning
Year 8 study tour to New Caledonia
Bring it on, Samuel!
Welcome to term 3
Tony talks Beacon Explorers
Tony talks learning about sustainability at Beaconhills College
International Women’s Day
The benefits of risk
Little Beacons at the Berwick Campus
Happy new year – and congratulations…
School project launches Peregrine Beats
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