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Trinity College celebrates academic success with 2017 NAPLAN results

Trinity College celebrates academic success with 2017 NAPLAN results

  1. Posted on March 7, 2018

ACARA is responsible for Australia's national reporting program, including the My School website. The My School website is updated annually with the previous year's NAPLAN results. Trinity College has been acknowledged as one of the 60 schools in WA demonstrating substantially above average gain in student reading and/or numeracy achievement, as measured by NAPLAN, as students progress from Year 3 to Year 5 and from Year 7 to Year 9....

  1. Academics Junior School Middle School

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2018 Prefects initiate anti-bullying campaign

2018 Prefects initiate anti-bullying campaign

  1. Posted on February 21, 2018

The student-led “Get on the Team” campaign urges students to get on the team with their words and actions, reminding each of them what they stand for as a Trinity College student. Head Prefect Jeremy Hansen said, “It is no secret that bullying is an ever-present feature of high school life across Australia and we as Prefects believe a different approach must be taken to try and reduce this massive issue....

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Trinity Volleyball finishes 5th in Australia!

Trinity Volleyball finishes 5th in Australia!

  1. Posted on January 31, 2018

After winning the State Schools Championships, the Trinity top team qualified for the Open Honours Division. Only schools who have come first or second are allowed to compete in this division and is largely occupied by schools with specialist volleyball programmes. The game schedule was gruelling with two untimed games each day. After the first two days we managed to qualify for the medal rounds by being in the top 6 teams of the competition....

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Congratulations to the Class of 2017 on WACE Results

Congratulations to the Class of 2017 on WACE Results

  1. Posted on December 23, 2017

In 2017, 131 Trinity students were awarded an ATAR, with 53 of those students (40% of our ATAR candidates) achieving an ATAR of 90 or higher, which places them in the top 10% of the nation. Another 34 students (26% of our ATAR candidates) achieved an ATAR of between 80 and 90, which means that 66% of our ATAR students gained an ATAR that would give them entry to UWA. At a glance; 40% of ATAR ...

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Trinity College student selected for STEM summer school

Trinity College student selected for STEM summer school

  1. Posted on December 4, 2017

Lachlan is one of only 105 students from across Australia to be selected to attend one of the three 2017/18 summer schools. Lachlan will attend the summer school which will take place in Adelaide in January 2018.   ASSETS is part of a broader Indigenous STEM Education Project funded by BHP Billiton Foundation and delivered by CSIRO. www.csiro.au/indigenous-education....

  1. Aboriginal Education Academics STEM

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Year 10 Students Prepare for Nepal

Year 10 Students Prepare for Nepal

  1. Posted on November 6, 2017

This service expedition to Nepal is a first for Trinity College students and it is a way for the boys to experience ‘travelling’ in the safety of a group whilst developing leadership skills, resilience, a real appreciation for different cultures, and most importantly, giving to others less fortunate than themselves. Working together with the company Antipodeans, this expedition was offered to the Year 9 cohort at the end of 2016....

  1. Christian Service Fundraising

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Year 8 students support Starlight Foundation

Year 8 students support Starlight Foundation

  1. Posted on November 1, 2017

This occasion marked the culmination of the fantastic Year 8 Christian Service effort lead by the PCG Councillors who organised a sausage sizzle, amongst other smaller activities, to raise funds for the Starlight Children's Foundation. The mission of the Starlight Foundation is to brighten the lives of seriously ill children and their family. This cause is close to the hearts of the Year 8 boys, ...

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Trinity College hosts 2017 Philosothon

Trinity College hosts 2017 Philosothon

  1. Posted on October 31, 2017

A Philosothon is an annual competition wherein students explore philosophical and ethical issues. At a Philosothon, school-aged students are assessed by University-based professional philosophers and score highly where they demonstrate rigour and clarity of thought. An essential component of a Philosothon is the pedagogical model for teaching Philosophy to young people called a Community of Inquiry....

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Trinity Basketball Raffle Winners Announced

  1. Posted on October 26, 2017

USA Basketball Tour Raffle Thank you to everyone who purchased raffle tickets in support of the 2017 Trinity Basketball USA Tour. Congratulations to the following winners 1st Prize - $1000 Yoon Lee 2nd Prize - $500 Russell Bong 3rd Prize – Signed/Framed WCE Jumper Michelle Briscoe 4th Prize - Signed/Framed Fremantle Jumper Olivia Menaglio 5th Prize - Signed/Framed Collingwood ...

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Life Education Van visits Trinity College

Life Education Van visits Trinity College

  1. Posted on October 25, 2017

Life Education is Australia's largest preventative health organisation, and their goal is to instill in children the confidence to make safer and healthier choices, now and in the future. This visit was tailored for students in years 4-6, and was focused on the importance of decision-making. The students were asked to watch a series of videos depicting real-life situations and reflect on the factors that led to each decision....

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Congratulations to the Class of 2017!

Congratulations to the Class of 2017!

  1. Posted on October 24, 2017

The graduation events began in the morning with the annual TOBA Graduation Breakfast. The students and their parents heard from TOBA President, Mr Peter Torre (’89) and guest speaker Mr Tim Hammon (’92). Both speakers emphasised the importance of having integrity in everything you do, staying true to the values learnt at Trinity, and looking out for yourself and your mates.   Following ...

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Trinity students walk for a cause

Trinity students walk for a cause

  1. Posted on October 19, 2017

Black Dog on a Lead is an association designed to encourage people to talk openly about depression within their community. A walk is held every year which focuses on eliminating any stigma or taboo associated with mental illness.  The 6km walk around Bibra Lake commenced at 10:30am, with over 500 participants making their way around the lake on a magnificent spring morning. At each kilometre ...

  1. Mental Health Pastoral Care

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