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Beaconsfield News – 17 May 2018


Women of Note Casey Mentor Breakfast

On Friday 4 May, Kayla Eastwood, Tanya Oogathoo and ourselves were invited to the Women of Note Casey Mentor Breakfast held at Bunjil Place. This program provides girls with the opportunity to meet successful women in their chosen careers. It also enables young girls to contemplate their career options and share experiences with these women. We were fortunate enough to be inspired by TV presenter and journalist Samantha Lane’s experiences, as a young women searching for her future pathway after High School. She addressed the challenges and obstacles she was confronted with in her search for success, and made it clear that prosperity cannot be accomplished without hardship and effort.

We were allocated table numbers based on our area of interest on what we would like to study in the future. Our tables discussed Medicine and Health career options, and Legal and International Studies. Within these tables of passionate female students, we were given the privilege of interacting with mentors who shared their career experience in that chosen area. We were given advice on how to continue to strive for our educational goals, and reach our best potential. They elaborated on their experiences as a woman in their chosen field, and the expectations and requirements that had to be met in order for them to be eligible for that specific occupation.

We as female students in Year 11 were fortunate enough to have experienced this program which ultimately supports and guides young women, in their final years of schooling and upon entering adulthood.

Written by Jessica Grizancic and Abigail Pedro















Complaints and Grievances Management Policy – Update

The Catholic Education Office in Sale has revised the Complaints and Grievances Management Policy. This policy provides information as to how parents / guardians can make a complaint to the College if they have concerns about the education of their child. The Catholic Education Office of Sale encourages parents / guardians who have a complaint, in the first instance should make the complaint to the school that their child attends, except when the complaint is about the principal of the school. Complaints about school principals should be referred to the Executive Manager Industrial Relations/Human Resources at the Catholic Education Office, Diocese of Sale (CEOSale) who will assist in finding an appropriate solution.


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