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Trinity College NAPLAN Results Above Average

Trinity College NAPLAN Results Above Average

  1. Posted on March 22, 2016

  With the growing importance of NAPLAN Test results in education, it is gratifying to hear that Trinity College is achieving above average results. Recently the Director of Catholic Education, Mr Tim McDonald wrote to Mr Banks expressing his congratulations on these results. Below is an excerpt from this letter. Trinity College has been identified by the Australian Curriculum, Assessment ...

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Trinity Wins the Head of the River Regatta

Trinity Wins the Head of the River Regatta

  1. Posted on March 19, 2016

  Congratulations to all rowing crews who put in a stellar performance at the Head of the River Regatta today. Trinity swept the field by winning both the Hamer Cup and the Challenge Cup. Well done boys! #‎headoftheriver‬

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Wishing our Rowing Crews Good Luck

Wishing our Rowing Crews Good Luck

  1. Posted on March 15, 2016

This week Trinity College held a Rowing Assembly on the banks of the Swan River, to wish our Rowing crews good luck in the Head of the River Regatta on Saturday. During the Assembly students were addressed by guest speaker Mr Michael O'Hanlon ('99) who urged the boys to always give of their best and Br Kevin Paull who spoke about the recently deceased Br Pat Kelly ('56) who had a strong connection with the College....

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Concert at the Quarry Ampitheatre

Concert at the Quarry Ampitheatre

  1. Posted on March 15, 2016

  On Sunday, 13 March Trinity College Music students displayed a myriad of talents as music filled the scenic Quarry Amphitheater in City Beach. Parents and guests enjoyed their picnics during the entertainment and many were lucky enough to win a prize in the giant Friends of Music raffle. Congratulations to Dr Robert Braham, all the music tutors and of course to the students on a wonderful night of entertainment....

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Keys for Life and Choices

Keys for Life and Choices

  1. Posted on March 4, 2016

Have you ever had one of those moments when you wished you could turn back the clock, just for one minute? Well Trinity College Keys for Life students heard a story today from guest speaker Rob Pike from APBF (Australian Paraplegic Benefit Fund) where a split second decision impacted just one minute later in the deaths of three of his close teenage friends and the loss of Rob's lower legs. Robs message ...

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Year 7 Students Sustain Our Swan

Year 7 Students Sustain Our Swan

  1. Posted on March 3, 2016

Caring for our environment has become an ever increasing area of importance in the world. For the past six years Trinity College Year 7 students have been involved in Sustain Our Swan, which is a two day program run to raise awareness of the delicate ecosystem of the Swan River and the part that they can play in sustaining it. Conservation Volunteers, through Earth Assist, provide the support we need to present information and run activities....

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Google Guru Visits Becoming Men Students

Google Guru Visits Becoming Men Students

  1. Posted on February 24, 2016

The Becoming Men Program is designed to inspire students to grab the opportunities that a Trinity education provides and give them the skills for living a full life. The program assists boys transitioning from being a child to becoming a man. It provides self-belief and resilience. We are looking to create brave leaders of the future with resilience and skills for life's challenges. The Program places ...

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Trinity College Year 6 Students – The Boardroom Executives of the Future

Trinity College Year 6 Students – The Boardroom Executives of the Future

  1. Posted on February 23, 2016

Trinity College Year 6 Students – The Boardroom Executives of the Future Collaboration, reasoning and understanding Algorithmic information theory are normally areas focused on in the Senior School, however this term Trinity College Year 6 students are fortunate to be part of an innovative program where they will focus on coding and the Algorithmic process. This may sound a little advanced ...

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Year 7 Students Enjoy The World of Maths

Year 7 Students Enjoy The World of Maths

  1. Posted on February 23, 2016

Year 7 students enjoyed the best kind of learning today....learning while having awesome fun! A visit from The World of Maths transformed Gibney Hall into a fascinating landscape of boards, levers and puzzles. Plenty of opportunities to stretch their logic and reasoning.

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Presentation of 1st XI Cricket Caps

Presentation of 1st XI Cricket Caps

  1. Posted on February 23, 2016

In keeping with tradition, the XI Cricket team were presented with their caps before the first match of the season. The caps were blessed by Fra Oscar Aguilera before being presented to students. At the presentation Trinity Old Boy Tim MacDonald ('97), addressed the team speaking about his time playing cricket for the College and wished them all the best for the season. Mr Banks also wished the team ...

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Trinity Receives Prestigious Sport Awards

Trinity Receives Prestigious Sport Awards

  1. Posted on February 19, 2016

Trinity Acknowledged for Sporting Excellence In a Student Excellence Awards Ceremony held today at UWA by the Physical Education Studies Teachers' Association (PESTA), Trinity was acknowledged for its high level of sporting excellence. At the ceremony, Emeritus Professor Bruce Elliott presented Adam Rosato ('15) with a WACE Certificate of Distinction for Physical Education Studies – Stage ...

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Junior School Welcomes Leaders

Junior School Welcomes Leaders

  1. Posted on February 12, 2016

Today the Junior School held an Opening Mass in the Trinity Chapel. During the Mass the Junior Prefects, House Captains and Vice Captains and the Music Captains received their badges from Mr Banks. Fra Oscar Aguilera conducted the Mass and blessed the badges before they were presented to students.. We wish these students a happy and productive year in these positions of responsibility.

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