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Post Archive - November 2018

Becoming Men of Trinity 2018

Becoming Men of Trinity 2018

  1. Posted on November 30, 2018

To conclude the year-long Year 9 Becoming Men program for 2018, an informal affirmation ceremony was held on Wednesday, 28 November, to celebrate the Becoming Men of Trinity 2018. Held in the Braham Auditorium, the ceremony was kept low-key as the boys certainly aren’t graduating into ‘manhood’ just yet but are taking positive steps in the right direction towards being ‘Men for Others’, who are the pinnacle of our community....

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Talking to your teenager about Leavers

Talking to your teenager about Leavers

  1. Posted on November 15, 2018

It's the time of year that many parents dread — WACE exams are coming to an end and teenagers all over Australia are getting ready for Leavers. Read on for some tips to help ease parental anxiety and prepare your children for this rite of passage. A couple of years ago I made a deal with my then upper primary school aged son that, instead of going to Leavers, he could come with me to Paris and I would let him eat as many croissants as he wanted....

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We Remember  - 100 years ago the signing of the Armistice

We Remember - 100 years ago the signing of the Armistice

  1. Posted on November 8, 2018

At the 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month Australians and many others from around the world will fall silent to remember the centenary of the signing of the Armistice of Compiégne which brought to an end the hostilities of World War I. For Australia, as with other nations, World War I remains the costliest conflict in terms of deaths and casualties. At Trinity College, we honour ...

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World's Greatest Shave - TC raises over $7000!

World's Greatest Shave - TC raises over $7000!

  1. Posted on November 1, 2018

Trinity College students and staff have recently participated in the Leukaemia Foundation’s World’s Greatest Shave – an initiative to raise money for blood cancer research.  The driving force behind this year’s Trinity College team came from two Year 11 students, Jean-Paul Starkie and Lachie Sibosado, who organised a group of four teachers, Mr Daniel Bateman, Mr Corey ...

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