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Mental Health and Wellbeing Over the Holidays

Mental Health and Wellbeing Over the Holidays

  1. Posted on November 22, 2016

As the school year is quickly coming to a close, and supportive resources (school staff, school psychologists) will not be accessible over the summer break, we want to provide our community with some resources to help assist our students should they need additional support. This list of apps has been identified by a network of school psychologists, and all aim to promote mindfulness, calmness, and an overall sense of wellbeing....

  1. Mental Health Mindfulness Wellbeing

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TC Opens New Sports Centre

TC Opens New Sports Centre

  1. Posted on November 16, 2016

On 15 November 2016, Trinity College celebrated the completion of their new Sports Centre with an official Opening Ceremony and Blessing. The Archbishop of Perth, the Most Rev Timothy Costelloe SDP was present to give the blessing, and Dr Wayne Tinsey, Executive Director of Edmund Rice Education Australia proceeded over the formal opening. Other esteemed guests included Mrs Lisa Scaffidi, the Lord ...

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Trinity College thank their Families

Trinity College thank their Families

  1. Posted on November 10, 2016

  On Wednesday, 9 November 2016 Headmaster Mr Ivan Banks was host to Trinity College's traditional Parent Helper Sundowner for all parents and carers who have assisted at Trinity during the year. This event allows the school to acknowledge the hard work put into the College by a large number of parents. As Headmaster Mr Ivan Banks said on the night “We are able to offer the wonderful ...

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TC name Simon Katich Pavilion

TC name Simon Katich Pavilion

  1. Posted on November 3, 2016

On Wednesday, 2 November 2016 at a small ceremony, the College was pleased to name the pavilion that is on Mann Oval the Simon Katich Pavilion. Simon was a student here from 1984 to 1992 and then went on to represent both Western Australia and Australia in cricket. Simon has represented Australia in 56 Test matches scoring 10 centuries and 25 half centuries at an average of 45.03 and took 21 wickets at an average of 30....

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Perth Philosothon 2016

Perth Philosothon 2016

  1. Posted on October 27, 2016

Our warm congratulations are extended to Michael Tassone (8.3), Ciarán McCarthy-Rymer (9.5), Joseph Pinto (10.8) and Aidan Mansfield (11.6) for their enthusiastic and mature involvement at this year's Perth Philosothon, which was hosted by Perth College on Wednesday, 26 October 2016. The Philosothon is a prestigious academic competition for which students contemplate important philosophical questions in small-group discussions called Communities of Inquiry....

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Congratulations to the Class of 2016!

Congratulations to the Class of 2016!

  1. Posted on October 26, 2016

Tuesday, 25 October marked Graduation Day for the Class of 2016. Family and friends gathered in Centenary Park for the annual TOBA Graduation Breakfast. TOBA President, Mr Peter Torre ('89), welcomed everyone in attendance and addressed the graduating class, reminding them how fortunate they are to have received a Trinity College education, that it was a special gift that their parents had chosen to provide them....

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TC Wins Top Performing Arts Award

TC Wins Top Performing Arts Award

  1. Posted on October 18, 2016

Who ever said 13 is an unlucky number? On 12 September, Trinity College was awarded the 2016 Zenith Award in the Catholic Performing Arts Festival for the 13th consecutive year. It is a huge accomplishment for Trinity College to be acknowledged as the best performing arts school in Western Australia for another year. The Zenith Award for Metropolitan Secondary Schools and Colleges celebrates Overall ...

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Student Art Exhibition Open Invite

Student Art Exhibition Open Invite

  1. Posted on October 12, 2016

   

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Students raise money for CanTeen

Students raise money for CanTeen

  1. Posted on September 21, 2016

  Well done to all Year 7 and 8 participants and support crew for their efforts during “Indoor Soccer for CanTeen”. With over $1300 raised for the charity supporting teenagers dealing with Cancer all students involved should be very proud. Yvonne and Matt from CanTeen WA came to the Year 7 Assembly on Tuesday, 13 September 2016 to receive the cheque and give personal stories as to where the money will go....

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Running for India

Running for India

  1. Posted on August 22, 2016

On Friday, 19 August, students at Trinity College participated in the Annual Fun Run for India. The Fun Run is held in conjunction with other fundraising events during the year to raise money to support the College Mission programs in India. Trinity students from Years 7 – 12 were joined by staff to run a 6 kilometre course around the Swan River. The participants started at the Trinity College ...

  1. Christian Service Fundraising India

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Trinity College Auxiliary Morning Tea

Trinity College Auxiliary Morning Tea

  1. Posted on August 22, 2016

What an event! The Trinity College Auxiliary Morning Tea was held this past Friday. This event is always a highlight of the Trinity Calendar, and this year was no exception. The College Auxiliary is made up of a group of dedicated parent volunteers, and is a long-standing institution at Trinity. The members of the Auxiliary are the behind the scene heroes of many College functions; organising, setting up, and breaking down....

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Trinity College celebrates Aboriginal students and culture

Trinity College celebrates Aboriginal students and culture

  1. Posted on August 9, 2016

Today we celebrated our Aboriginal students and Aboriginal culture during the 2016 NAIDOC Assembly. There are 35 students in the Aboriginal program at Trinity College and their families were invited to join us today. The College was honoured to have Ms Cindy Garlett in attendance to give the ‘Welcome to the Country'. Ms Garlett, who previously worked as an Aboriginal and Islander Education Officer ...

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