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Trinity Celebrates NAIDOC Week

Trinity Celebrates NAIDOC Week

  1. Posted on August 9, 2017

This year’s National NAIDOC theme is Our Languages Matter, which aims to emphasize and celebrate the unique and essential role that Indigenous languages play in cultural identity. Through story and song, languages link people to their land and water and in the transmission of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, spirituality and rites.  The College welcomed two guest speakers to address the assembly, Mr Doug Powers and Mr Jake Cox (’16)....

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An insight into teenage alcohol use

An insight into teenage alcohol use

  1. Posted on August 2, 2017

Paul spent time with Year 10, 11 and 12 students and spoke specifically about the dangers and risks of alcohol consumption in teenage boys. He educated students on the proper way to care for a friend who has consumed too much alcohol, when to call an ambulance, and also specific concerns for students driving with P plates. In the evening, Paul spoke to Trinity parents about their role in educating their sons about the dangers of alcohol consumption....

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2017 Auxiliary Morning Tea

2017 Auxiliary Morning Tea

  1. Posted on July 19, 2017

We are happy to announce that you can now purchase tickets for the Auxiliary Morning Tea, one of the highlights of the Trinity calendar. Tickets: https://www.trybooking.com/QYSC    This year we welcome Christina Matthews as our guest speaker. Christina is the Chief Executive Officer of the Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA) and a former Australian Cricketer, and ...

  1. Fundraising Guest speaker

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2017 Winter Sleepout

2017 Winter Sleepout

  1. Posted on June 16, 2017

The Winter Sleepout was held on Saturday, 11 June. Over 80 senior students took part in the event in solidarity with the homeless. They spent the night sleeping outdoors in the school grounds with only sheets of cardboard for a bed. For a meal a cup of soup and a slice of bread were served from the Red Cross Soup Patrol Van half way through the evening. A highlight of the activities which took ...

  1. Christian Service

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And the winner is...

And the winner is...

  1. Posted on April 26, 2017

  The results are in! Congratulations to Jennifer Gillespie and David Wilkins, the winners of the Trinity College Parent Council Tuition Raffle! Jennifer and David have two sons at Trinity, Jack (Year 6) and Zak (Year 10). This is the first year that the Parent Council has organised this raffle, and it has been a great success. This was a fundraising event, and the proceeds raised have been allocated for improvements to McCabe Court....

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Combating Procrastination

Combating Procrastination

  1. Posted on February 21, 2017

On 21 February, the Year 12 students were privileged to have a presentation from Jane Genovese of Learning Fundamentals, an organisation that helps students study and learn more effectively. Jane's discussion was focused on procrastination. In a very interactive hour, Jane helped students to identify the reasons for their procrastination, activities they engage in to avoid doing work, and the negative feelings associated with procrastination....

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TOBA President launches 2017 Becoming Men Program

TOBA President launches 2017 Becoming Men Program

  1. Posted on February 16, 2017

Last year, Trinity College began a new program designed to equip Year 9 students with the skills and inner fortitude to tackle the many hurdles that teenagers face in today's world. This program, Becoming Men, consists of weekly sessions in which Year 9 students are taught important life skills and given the opportunity to listen to life-experience stories from inspirational guest speakers. The first speaker of 2017 was TOBA President Mr Peter Torre ('89)....

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Introducing the 2017 Prefects!

Introducing the 2017 Prefects!

  1. Posted on February 14, 2017

Today we held the Prefects' Investiture Assembly. As each Prefect was introduced, the student body had the opportunity to learn a little more about him, including his interests and goals for the 2017 school year. Each Prefect aligns himself with one of the four pillars of a Trinity education – Faith, Academics, Culture, and Sport, and this becomes his focus area for the initiatives and special projects he will work on for the betterment of the school in 2017....

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A Morning of Academic Celebrations

A Morning of Academic Celebrations

  1. Posted on February 7, 2017

This morning we held our 2017 Welcome Assembly. The purpose of today's assembly was three-fold: to welcome new students and staff to the College for the 2017 school year, to recognise students who performed exceptionally well in last year's WACE examinations, and to present the summer sport first team captains. With the new school year came a new tradition; to pipe in the Year 4 and Year 7 students to this first assembly of 2017....

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Farewell to Mr Rousset!

Farewell to Mr Rousset!

  1. Posted on February 6, 2017

Today the Trinity College community bid farewell to one of our longest serving teachers, Mr Jean-Marc Rousset. Mr Rousset has dedicated the last 30 years to inspiring young minds at Trinity, and we'll always be grateful for his service. Mr Rousset is also an Old Boy, he graduated from Trinity in 1969. Mr Rousset has left a lasting impression on the College and the students he taught during his time here....

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Win a year of paid tuition fees!

Win a year of paid tuition fees!

  1. Posted on February 3, 2017

TRINITY COLLEGE PARENT COUNCIL TUITION RAFFLE 2017. Click here to purchase a ticket. TERMS AND CONDITIONS. Lottery permit The Trinity College Parent Council Tuition Raffle 2017 (Raffle) is being conducted pursuant to lottery permit LS209462716 [issued by the Department of Racing, Gaming and Liquor] The Permit is held by Michael Burgess, Bursar, Trinity College on behalf of Christian Brothers ...

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Important Roadworks Information

  1. Posted on January 27, 2017

Trinity College have been informed of upcoming road closure and out of hours work during February and March. Please see the below letter from LendLease for more information. Upcoming road closure and out of hours work – Works taking place during February and March During February and March, essential works on Hay Street and Adelaide Terrace will be taking place to provide future essential services to the Waterbank Precinct....

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