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Trinity College and SAIL to provide educational opportunities for Sudanese Australians

Trinity College and SAIL to provide educational opportunities for Sudanese Australians

  1. Posted on January 22, 2016

On Thursday, 19 November 2015, Trinity College Headmaster Ivan Banks signed a Memorandum of Understanding with members of SAIL (Sudanese Australian Integrated Learning) to offer educational opportunities to Sudanese families of migrant and refugee background. SAIL is a volunteer-run, non-profit, secular organisation which provides free English support and community services to the Sudanese Australian community....

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TC Students Excel in 2015 WACE

  1. Posted on January 14, 2016

2015 WACE RESULTS Congratulations to the Year 12 Class of 2015 who performed strongly across the board in their academic studies. All 175 Year 12 students were awarded their WACE. 59% of our students obtained an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) of 80 or higher, which qualifies them for the vast majority of courses at all 5 of our local universities. Our median ATAR was 83, which is consistent with our average for the last number of years....

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Trinity India Pilgrimage

Trinity India Pilgrimage

  1. Posted on November 27, 2015

Last Friday in the Trinity Chapel we held a Commissioning Mass for our India Pilgrims before they flew to India on Saturday. The 12 Pilgrims have arrived safely in India and are currently working with the children at MITHRA. Here are a few photos from their journey.

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Parent Helpers' Sundowner

Parent Helpers' Sundowner

  1. Posted on November 16, 2015

On Wednesday, 11 November Mr Banks was host to a Sundowner for all parents and carers who have assisted at Trinity during the year. On a perfect Spring evening over 150 guests enjoyed Trinity hospitality in the Staff Lounge. Mr Banks personally thanked all those who had generously volunteered in some way at Trinity during the year and said that their assistance was greatly appreciated.

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Congratulations to the Class of 2015

Congratulations to the Class of 2015

  1. Posted on October 28, 2015

Tuesday, 27 October was a busy day for the Class of 2015 commencing with a Graduation Breakfast in Centenary Park followed by their final Assembly in Gibney Hall. At the breakfast TOBA President Mr Peter Torre ('89) addressed the students and welcomed guest speaker Mr James Rowe ('84) who spoke of his student years at Trinity and some of the escapades by the Class of 1984. He also encouraged students ...

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You are Invited to the Trinity College Art Exhibition 19 -23 October

You are Invited to the Trinity College Art Exhibition 19 -23 October

  1. Posted on October 14, 2015

The Trinity College Art Department invites you to an exhibition of student artworks. The exhibition will be held in the Trinity College Gallery which is situated on the ground floor of the Cultural Centre. Come and meet the colorful characters that have been created by students and view the amazing techniques and concepts of their artwork. With some truly original work on display we are sure that you will be impressed....

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Staff Shave Beards Off for Charity

Staff Shave Beards Off for Charity

  1. Posted on September 25, 2015

Above: (Back) Will Gilbert (9.8) and his parents (L-R ) Mr John Overton, Mr Dustin Aylmore, Mr Andrew Osnain and Mr Anthony Lunt PCG 9.8 During lunchtime on Thursday, 24 September 2015 a group of our Trinity Staff members had their beloved beards shaved off for charity. Orgnised by Will Gilbert (9.8) the funds will be used to benefit Sacham, a women's refuge in Nepal and also Street Dog Care. Staff ...

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Wishing Trinity Old Boys Good Luck in the AFL Grand Final

Wishing Trinity Old Boys Good Luck in the AFL Grand Final

  1. Posted on September 22, 2015

Trinity 1st XVIII 1983 Trinity College has a proud history of producing highly successful sportsmen. In the code of Football, Trinity has more former students playing in the AFL than any other High School in Western Australia, with six Old Boys playing for the West Coast Eagles and six playing for clubs in Melbourne. Trinity Old Boys Sharrod Wellingham ('05), Patrick McGinnity ('06), Josh Hill ...

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TC Win Zenith Award 12 Years in a Row

TC Win Zenith Award 12 Years in a Row

  1. Posted on September 18, 2015

The final Catholic Performing Arts Festival concert at the Perth Concert Hall was held on Monday, 17 September 2015 . This was a wonderful showcase of talent from many different Catholic schools. At the Concert Trinity College was presented with the Zenith Award for Metropolitan Secondary schools for Overall Excellence in Performance and Participation in the Spirit of the Performing Arts Festival. ...

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Junior School Learning Journey

Junior School Learning Journey

  1. Posted on September 17, 2015

On Wednesday night the Junior School was pleased to see so many parents enjoying the Junior School Learning Journey. Parents could take a look at the wonderful work that their sons have been doing this term, have fun participating in some interesting mental challenges and take a look through the microscopes in the Science Lab. Visitors to Year 6 classrooms had the cheapest ticket in town to Asia, with classrooms filled with exotic oriental food and fascinating stalls....

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Student wins National Art Award Prize

Student wins National Art Award Prize

  1. Posted on September 16, 2015

Congratulations to Jesse Pigram (11.7) who has won 2nd prize in the Biennial Peace Art Award, which is a national art award for Secondary School students. He won the award for his linocut print entitled ‘Balance of life'. The Biennial Peace Art Award encourages Year 10-12 students with artistic talent to apply their gift to creative ways of communicating a key message about peace; whether ...

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TC Students Perform at Opening Ceremony

TC Students Perform at Opening Ceremony

  1. Posted on September 11, 2015

Jack Cox (10.4), Troy Jones (11.7), Ethan Hansen (10.4) and Ben McGuire (10.6) Jack Cox (10.4) and Troy Jones (11.7) A group of Trinity College students played the didgeridoo at the opening ceremony of the Catholic Performing Arts Carnevale at the Cultural Centre, Northbridge on Friday, 10 September 2015.

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