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A sneak peek of the new gym!

A sneak peek of the new gym!

  1. Posted on June 21, 2016

The new gym is nearing completion! A quick reminder to parents that there is still time to make your donation to the College Building Fund. This is the fund that has supported the construction of the new multi-purpose facility, and will continue to support other building programs within the College Masterplan. Please contact our Bursar on 9223 8126 for more information. Watch this ...

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Trinity celebrates Christian Service projects

Trinity celebrates Christian Service projects

  1. Posted on June 21, 2016

Today we acknowledged and celebrated the Year 12 students who have completed their Christian Service Senior Project. Awards were presented to students who completed a significant number of service hours, with the highest achievement award given to students who completed over 300 hours. One of the highlights of the assembly was listening to student testimonials about their Christian Service experience and what it meant to them....

  1. Christian Service

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Students showcase Dance skills

Students showcase Dance skills

  1. Posted on June 17, 2016

Trinity College held a special Dance Showcase on Wednesday, 15 June 2016 in the Braham Auditorium. The event was open for families and friends to see how students have been progressing so far throughout the year and provided the students a chance to prepare for Catholic Performing Arts Festival next term . There were some great individual performances and group pieces. The Junior School Dance group ...

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Fraser McInnes visits Year 10 students

Fraser McInnes visits Year 10 students

  1. Posted on June 15, 2016

Year 10 students had quite the surprise on Tuesday when West Coast Eagle player and Trinity College Old Boy Fraser McInnes ('10) stopped by during lunch for a quick chat. Fraser had planned to be a part of the Year 10 Careers Carousel, but he was unable to attend on the day. He visited the College this week instead and spoke to the boys about his experience at Trinity, his career in the AFL, and provided some insight into the life of a professional footballer....

  1. Careers

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Trinity goes Pink for the McGrath Foundation

Trinity goes Pink for the McGrath Foundation

  1. Posted on June 12, 2016

On Saturday 11 June, Trinity College held its inaugural Pink Sock Day to support the McGrath Foundation's Pull on Your Socks initiative. The event was initiated by Head Prefect Lochie Taylor (12.3), who said “As well as raising funds and awareness for the McGrath Foundation, my aim is to support women's health, focusing on our mothers and all the women who encourage us through school and life in general....

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West Coast Eagles Stars Surprise TC Students

West Coast Eagles Stars Surprise TC Students

  1. Posted on June 10, 2016

On Thursday, 9 June 2016 the Year 6 boys received a surprise visit by two West Coast Eagles star players, Trinity Old Boy Josh Hill ('06) and Nic Naitanui. Josh and Nic spoke to the eager Year 6s about life as a footballer, the excitement and privilege of playing football and the sacrifices they have had to make and continue to make in order to make their dreams become a reality. Both players emphasised ...

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Libero Wins Award for Animation

Libero Wins Award for Animation

  1. Posted on June 10, 2016

Year 8 student Libero Piffaretti (8.3) has won the 2016 ATOM (Australian Teachers of Media) Viewer's Choice Award for Best Primary School Animation for his work, Orange Juice. The ATOM Awards are Australia's leading film and media awards for the education and industry sectors, with thirty-eight diverse screen content categories spanning film, television, games and educational resources, including websites, apps and ebooks....

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Junior School Cross Country Carnival

Junior School Cross Country Carnival

  1. Posted on June 1, 2016

On your mark, get set, go! Excitement was in the air yesterday at the Junior School Cross Country Carnival! The races took place at Waterford, and it was a great day for it. Students competed with their year group, and awards were handed out to the Champion and Runner-up, with the Cup being presented to the House with the best score. An Endeavour award was also handed out to the student in each year ...

  1. Junior School

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Trinity College students campaign to end the death penalty

Trinity College students campaign to end the death penalty

  1. Posted on May 30, 2016

On Thursday 26 May, Trinity College students and Old Boys held a vigil outside the Indonesian Consulate in Perth and presented a petition with over 500 signatures to the Consul General to end the death penalty in Indonesia. These signatures were collected in 2015, after the tragic death of two young Australians in Bali who were executed for drug smuggling crimes they committed ten years ago. Based ...

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Putting our best foot forward for women's health

Putting our best foot forward for women's health

  1. Posted on May 30, 2016

Lochie Taylor and the Winter Sports Captains in their pink socks On Saturday 11 June, Trinity College will commence its inaugural Pink Sock Day to support the McGrath Foundation's Pull on Your Socks initiative. This event will see all Year 11 and 12 students representing Trinity wearing pink socks in their sporting fixtures against Scotch College. Pull On Your Socks provides an opportunity to ...

  1. Fundraising Sport

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EREA Renewal and Performing Arts Assembly

EREA Renewal and Performing Arts Assembly

  1. Posted on May 17, 2016

On Tuesday, 17 May Trinity College held the Edmund Rice Education Australia (EREA) Renewal and Performing Arts Assembly. This assembly served two purposes; to recognise students in Trinity's performing arts programs, and to celebrate the College's re-accreditation as a Catholic school in the Edmund Rice tradition for the next five years. The College was fortunate to have the Executive Director of EREA, ...

  1. EREA Performing Arts

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Trinity College Auxiliary Long Lunch

Trinity College Auxiliary Long Lunch

  1. Posted on May 16, 2016

Friday the 13th is a day traditionally perceived as an unlucky day, but this was not the case for the Trinity College Auxiliary. On Friday, 13 May 80 Auxiliary members attended a long lunch at Bistro Guillaume, a stylish French bistro situated in the Crown Casino at Burswood. Bistro Guillaume offers a delectable menu rich with French classics. Served in modern, French provincial dining spaces, with spectacular outdoor views....

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