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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....

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Mr Chris Sutherland ('81)

Mr Chris Sutherland ('81)

  1. Posted on July 24, 2019

Describe your experience at Trinity College... . My direct experience at Trinity spans some 34 years in three capacities; As a student (1980 - 1981), As a parent (two sons who attended 1999-2008 and 2001-2010), As a finance committee member/board member or Chair of College Board (2006 – 2014), I came from a smaller school which only went to Year 10 and so I transferred to Trinity to complete Year 11 and 12....

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Mr Mark Readings ('87)

Mr Mark Readings ('87)

  1. Posted on June 13, 2019

Describe your experience at Trinity College. I had a really enjoyable time at Trinity and being sports minded it accommodated me very well, while at the same time affording me the opportunity to produce scholastic results (which on reflection I didn’t take advantage of as well as I should have.) What path did your life take after you left Trinity College?. After I left Trinity I picked ...

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Mr Timothy Hammond ('92)

Mr Timothy Hammond ('92)

  1. Posted on June 6, 2019

Mr Timothy Hammond ('92). Quite simply, my time at Trinity was an experience that set me in good stead for my future. I think it was a perfect mix, in that I was encouraged to do well, I learned resilience and I made life-long friends. My closest mates to this very day are my friends I made as a young man at Trinity College. My time at Trinity helped define my values and it honed my passion for social justice....

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Celebrating the Blessed Edmund Rice

Celebrating the Blessed Edmund Rice

  1. Posted on May 9, 2019

On 7 May 2019, Trinity College celebrated Edmund Rice Day. Edmund Rice Day brings the school community together to commemorate and celebrate our history and charism as a Catholic school in the Edmund Rice tradition. The focus of the day is on service to others, where students are introduced to the local charity organisation that they will support through out the year: Year 7: Brother Olly's ...

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ANZAC Day Assembly

ANZAC Day Assembly

  1. Posted on April 30, 2019

Today we gathered together as a College to reflect on the sacrifice and pay tribute to the Australian and New Zealand men and women who have served our country.  At today's ANZAC Assembly, Mr O'Neill spoke to students about the courage, endurance and mateship demonstrated by the ANZACs. He urged students to embody these traits, and carry on the spirit of the men and women who have served, and continue to serve our country....

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Rowing Assembly

Rowing Assembly

  1. Posted on March 19, 2019

Today we held our annual Rowing Assembly, in preparation for this weekend's Head of the River Regatta at Champion Lakes. The rowing crews and official party were piped in by the Trinity Pipes & Drums, and following the opening formalities, the MC, Year 12 student Jean-Paul Starkie, introduced guest speaker Mr Jamie Hewlett ('04). Following his graduation from Trinity, Jamie went on to pursue a PhD in Physics, while also continuing his rowing career....

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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....

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Prefects' Investiture Assembly

Prefects' Investiture Assembly

  1. Posted on February 19, 2019

This morning, Trinity College 2019 Prefects were formally presented with their badges and ties at the Prefects' Investiture Assembly in the Sports Centre. MC'd by Prefect Alex Rossi (12.7), the Prefects said a pledge and made a commitment to serve the Trinity College community as men for others.  Mr Darren O'Neill gave the Principal's Address, with a focus on the theme for the Assembly: leadership....

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Trinity College Welcome Assembly

Trinity College Welcome Assembly

  1. Posted on February 12, 2019

This morning, the Trinity College Welcome Assembly took place in the Sports Centre. Attended by the entire College and MC'd by 2019 Head Prefect Simon Homsany, it was an opportunity for the TC community to welcome students and staff to the College for the 2019 school year and to recognise students who performed exceptionally well in last year's WACE examinations. All Year 4 and Year 7 students, as ...

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Year 11 Men of Honour

Year 11 Men of Honour

  1. Posted on February 5, 2019

The Year 11 students and their fathers or significant male role models commenced the Men of Honour program today with a presentation from the program creator, Mr Glen Gerreyn. Glen is the co-founder of the Hopefull Institute and is passionate about improving the lives of young people. Glen started off the session with a bit of background about himself. At age 17 he was a competitive sprinter ...

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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....

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