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Trinity students lead the way at Innovation Expo

Trinity students lead the way at Innovation Expo

  1. Posted on October 19, 2017

With the backing of the Chamber of Commerce, the Year 10 Accounting and Finance students took part in a 10 week program to develop business ideas and then take these to potential investors. The program teaches critical thinking, presentation skills, research skills, dealing with the business world, budgeting, team work and lets their creativity flow. This has let them utilise the content they have ...

  1. Careers STEM

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2017 Presentation Night

2017 Presentation Night

  1. Posted on October 18, 2017

The night began with the Trinity Massed Choir performing Africa by Toto. All the musicians did a great job, but Year 12 student Harry Boyle stole the show with his solo vocal performance. Head Prefect Nicholas Ellison then addressed the crowd, reminiscing about his past nine years at Trinity and how the foundation Trinity has provided has prepared him for the next stage of his life. College Dux ...

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Trinity celebrates National Mental Health Day

Trinity celebrates National Mental Health Day

  1. Posted on October 10, 2017

The Year 7 students heard from Diedre Whiston, of the Perth Children's Hospital Foundation and leader of the Big Splash initiative. She talked about the history of the Big Splash, and said it was created after hearing two disturbing statistics from doctors at PCH: 1) The number of youths coming to the emergency with self-inflicted wounds was rising 2) 50% of young people don’t get the help they need for mental illness- because they don’t ask for it....

  1. Guest speaker Mental Health Wellbeing

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Trinity College student meets Saroo Brierley

Trinity College student meets Saroo Brierley

  1. Posted on October 9, 2017

Damian said he was mostly inspired by Brierley’s never give up attitude. “After listening to Saroo’s inspirational and moving story, it was an honour to finally meet him as well as being lucky enough to talk to him in person,” he said.  “The part of Saroo’s speech that inspired me most was when he described how he didn’t and wouldn’t ...

  1. Christian Service

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Congratulations to the 2018 Prefects!

Congratulations to the 2018 Prefects!

  1. Posted on September 20, 2017

Congratulations to Ethan Bradley (11.4), Anthony Carbone (11.8), Sean Carroll (11.3), Jack Clear (11.6), Asher Fatin (11.1), Dan Fitzgerald (11.2), William Gilbert (11.8), Jeremy Hansen (11.4), Zachary Hayward (11.2), Tim Ludovico (11.3), Joshua Martelli (11.4), Owen Milburn (11.6), Harrison Pell (11.3), Joseph Pinto (11.8), Ray Teakle (11.1) and Max Thorniley (11.5). This year's applicants ...

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Trinity College win top Performing Arts Award

Trinity College win top Performing Arts Award

  1. Posted on September 15, 2017

It is a huge accomplishment for Trinity College to be acknowledged as the best performing arts school in Western Australia for another year.  The Festival is a wonderful showcase of talent from many different Catholic schools. The Zenith Award for Metropolitan Secondary Schools and Colleges celebrates Overall Excellence in Performance and Participation in the Performing Arts Festival. The College was also awarded a number of shields in different categories....

  1. EREA Performing Arts

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The Big Splash WA

The Big Splash WA

  1. Posted on September 12, 2017

New initiatives, such as MindMatters and The Big Splash WA are being incorporated into the program, with activities and guest speakers scheduled for Mental Health Week, R U OK Day, and the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence. The Big Splash WA is a program run by the Perth Children’s Hospital to raise awareness and funds for the Hospital’s Child and Adolescent Mental Health Unit....

  1. Mental Health Mindfulness Pastoral Care Wellbeing

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Angelico Art Exhibtion

Angelico Art Exhibtion

  1. Posted on August 21, 2017

The exhibition showcases outstanding artworks produced by students in Catholic schools. A number of Trinity students have had their artwork selected for inclusion in this exhibition, with Lennox McGrath (6B) being presented 2nd Prize in the 3 Dimensional Artwork category. Congratulations to the following Trinity students who also have artwork included in this prestigious student art exhibition; Brandon Ronzan (12....

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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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