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Meet our teachers: Ms Lisa Laurino

Meet our teachers: Ms Lisa Laurino

  1. Posted on July 27, 2020

Can you describe one of your favourite teaching moments at Trinity?. It is difficult to pick just one. My senior school classes have provided incredible teaching opportunities and the students in these classes work hard and are highly motivated. There are also the wonderful middle school drama electives where we have a lot of fun and create some outstanding performances. Every year the school production ...

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Summer holiday boredom busters

Summer holiday boredom busters

  1. Posted on January 2, 2020

After the excitement of Christmas has worn off in early January, most parents are familiar with the complaint: “I’m boooored!”. Many of us also worry about our kids’ brains atrophying over the seemingly endless and hot summer. Of course, kids deserve a break after working hard up until the end of the school year and they need to recharge. But there is a range of activities ...

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A message from Mr O'Neill: Future Directions

A message from Mr O'Neill: Future Directions

  1. Posted on December 2, 2019

In formulating our Strategic Plan, the College Leadership Team (CLT) and the College Advisory Board, undertook a thorough and inclusive process; consulting students, parents, Staff and Board members over several months and many meetings. Throughout this process, all parties were challenged to acknowledge and celebrate our strengths as a College; to identify areas for growth and challenge, and to consider opportunities for improvement in the future....

  1. Academics Culture High School Junior School Middle School Pastoral Care Wellbeing

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NAIDOC 2019

NAIDOC 2019

  1. Posted on August 14, 2019

The MC for the day was Year 12 student Lachie, and after welcoming everyone he spoke about the 2019 NAIDOC theme, Voice. Treaty. Truth. Let’s work together for a shared future. Below is an introduction from the NAIDOC website: 'Voice. Treaty. Truth. were three key elements to the reforms set out in the Uluru Statement from the Heart. These reforms represent the unified position of First Nations Australians....

  1. Aboriginal Education Culture Guest speaker High School Junior School Middle School Performing Arts

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Trinity College hosts inaugural International Women's Day Breakfast

Trinity College hosts inaugural International Women's Day Breakfast

  1. Posted on March 7, 2019

On Thursday, 7 March, Trinity College hosted an inaugural International Women's Day Breakfast in Gibney Hall. Attended by more than 200 parents, students (from both Trinity College and Mercedes College) and staff, it was an opportunity to recognise and celebrate the many achievements of the women in and around our community as well as educating and empowering the young men of Trinity College to help forge a more gender-balanced world....

  1. Careers Culture Guest speaker Parenting Pastoral Care Wellbeing

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Celebrating Australian Indigenous Culture

Celebrating Australian Indigenous Culture

  1. Posted on August 8, 2018

Mr Kenny gave the first address, which focused on inclusivity and diversity. As an Edmund Rice school, Trinity endeavours to provide an Inclusive Community; being open to all and accepting of diversity. He reminded students that it is not enough to be a Man for Others, but that they must become a Man for All Others. He urged students to spend time with people who are different from them, as it is in these experiences that they will learn the most about themselves....

  1. Aboriginal Education Christian Service Culture Guest speaker

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