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Year 4 and 5 Chess Team Win Big

Year 4 and 5 Chess Team Win Big

  1. Posted on October 27, 2014

Well done to our Year 4 and 5 Interschool Chess teams who represented Trinity on Wednesday, 22 October 2014. The boys were wonderful ambassadors. Congratulations to our C grade team, comprising Flynn Tyson (5W), Lex Homsany (5B), Brandon Condo (5W) and Ben Tucker (5B) who finished in first position. The D grade team represented by William Day (4G), Max Beros (4B), Casey Robertson (4B) and Joseph Milner (4W), also won their division....

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Congratulations to Year 6 Interschool Chess

Congratulations to Year 6 Interschool Chess

  1. Posted on October 27, 2014

Kinta Pinchin-Yamada (6G), Sri Dhamarpuri (6W), Jack Wojtowicz (6B) and Matthew Bottega (6B) Well done to our Year 6 Interschool Chess teams who represented Trinity on Wednesday, 15 October 2014. The boys were wonderful ambassadors. Congratulations to our A grade team, comprising of Kinta Pinchin-Yamada (6G), Sri Dhamarpuri (6W), Jack Wojtowicz (6B) and Matthew Bottega (6B) who finished in third position....

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TC win Zenith Award 11 years in a row

  1. Posted on October 9, 2014

Monday, 16 September was the final Catholic Performing Arts Festival concert at the Perth Concert Hall. This was a wonderful showcase of talent from many different Catholic schools. At the Concert the 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. This is the 11th ...

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Congratulations to Michael Storer

  1. Posted on October 9, 2014

Michael Storer (12.5) claimed the bronze medal in the junior men's time trial at the UCI Road World Championships in Ponferrada, Spain. Michael, the reigning under 19 time trial Oceania champion secured Australia's fourth medal of the Championships with a podium appearance behind gold and silver medallists German Lennard Kamna and Adrien Costa (USA). Michael is now ranked 3rd in the world for his age group....

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TC host Rio Tinto Earth Assist Celebration

  1. Posted on October 9, 2014

Trinity College hosted the Rio Tinto Earth Assist Program celebration on Wednesday, 1 October 2014 on the banks of the Swan River. For the past five years Trinity College Year 7 students have been involved in Sustain Our Swan, which is a two day program 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 ...

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Zeke off to a Flying Start!

  1. Posted on October 8, 2014

Zeke Okely (10.1) was recently announced as one of ten finalists in the West Australian newspaper's Young Travel Writer's competition. This qualified Zeke to attend a workshop on Friday, June 13 with Stephen Scourfield, travel editor for the West and to receive a Canon digital camera. His winning entry titled Dreamers welcome, highlighted the most interesting places in Oregon in America and was was published in the paper on 7 June....

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Cyber Danger Education

Cyber Danger Education

  1. Posted on May 8, 2014

Braving the wild stormy weather on Wednesday 7 May, 80 Trinity parents and staff gathered in the Braham Auditorium for a very informative seminar on “The Cyber Playground”. This seminar organised by Mr Anthony Byrne and the Parent Council was presented by Robyn Rishani who gave parents an understanding of the Internet and the dangers that can be experienced by children on Social Media. Robyn ...

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Congratulations 1st V Basketball

  1. Posted on April 29, 2014

Trinity 1st V Basketball has come a long way since last year. Towards the end of this season with a comfortable win over Wesley and outstanding performances from the boys who stepped up on the day, we had our sites set on moving through Hale comfortably. However we knew this wouldn't be an easy task as we lost to them last year by 1 point which finished our chances to win the Blackwood Cup. We had ...

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