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Boys, books and the battle to read

Boys, books and the battle to read

  1. Posted on June 24, 2020

As parents and educators, we intrinsically believe that reading is key to educational success.. It is a truism that academic success correlates with those who are regular, if not avid, readers. Such reading goes beyond the mechanics of functional literacy, however, instead reflecting a deep immersion in literature, which, in turn, fosters an understanding of how language, and the texts it creates, function....

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The 'work from home' juggle

The 'work from home' juggle

  1. Posted on April 7, 2020

 .  . 1. Be open with your manager . Be transparent from the start and let your manager, co-workers, clients, etc, know when your children will be at home so they realise that unfortunately, you may not be able to guarantee your work calls will be interruption-free. 2. Have an effective to-do list. This is more important than ever as you will have more interruptions during your day....

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Digital resources for kids of all ages

Digital resources for kids of all ages

  1. Posted on April 6, 2020

Virtual Excursions. Visit museums. Google Arts and Culture partnered with over 2,500 museums and galleries around the world to offer virtual tours of their spaces. Some of the options include New York’s Museum of Modern Art and Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum The Louvre, based in Paris, is also offering its own virtual tour online for free. Visit zoos The San Diego Zoo Melbourne ...

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What do bull elephants and 14 year old boys have in common?

What do bull elephants and 14 year old boys have in common?

  1. Posted on February 5, 2020

 . Within a 5-year period in the 1990’s, in a Game Reserve in South Africa young male elephants killed more that 60 rhinoceroses and in some cases tried to mount them. This was a highly unusual level of aggression for adolescent male elephants. What was revealed was these adolescent elephants, which were committing such acts of aggression had been orphaned. Their fathers were killed under government sanctions to keep elephant numbers under control....

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The Year 7 Transition

The Year 7 Transition

  1. Posted on January 28, 2020

A year of ups and downs. I was worried - summer holidays were coming to an end and my son told me he wasn’t nervous about starting Year 7 at a new school. Although I was trying to hide it, I was a nervous wreck – a new school meant new teachers, new friends, a new campus to navigate, older students - how could he not be nervous? In the hope that he’d open up about some perhaps ...

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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....

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Congratulations to the Class of 2019!

Congratulations to the Class of 2019!

  1. Posted on October 24, 2019

It's been a busy morning at Trinity as we bid farewell to our Year 12 students.  The morning commenced with the annual Trinity-Terrace Old Boys' Association (TOBA) Graduation Breakfast. Year 12 students and their families met in Centenary Park and were welcomed with a lovely breakfast spread. Following breakfast, students and their families moved into Gibney Hall where they heard from TOBA President Mr Peter Torre ('89), and TOBA guest speaker Graeme Yukich ('80)....

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2019 Presentation Night

2019 Presentation Night

  1. Posted on October 23, 2019

The Perth Concert Hall was filled with TC spirit last night as we celebrated the 2019 Presentation Night! Always a spectacular evening, this year did not disappoint. The Trinity Massed Choir performed a stunning rendition of the Imagine Dragons song 'It's Time'. Year 12 soloists Ethan Gosatti and Semisi Amato were both terrific; their hard work and preparation certainly paid off! Head Prefect Simon ...

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Teaching financial literacy

Teaching financial literacy

  1. Posted on September 18, 2019

“(My children) know the price of everything and the value of nothing.” - Rod Stewart There was a lively discussion at work the other day between a mother who doesn’t give her kids any pocket money because she believes they should do chores as part of a household. Another believed they should receive money to learn about its management. Around the same time a neighbour told me ...

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Meet our teachers: Mr Andrew Hayes

Meet our teachers: Mr Andrew Hayes

  1. Posted on September 17, 2019

What do you teach?. I’m very lucky as I have a couple of important jobs at Trinity. I spend one half of the week teaching the amazing boys in Year 5 Green. The other half of the week I’m the Director of Teaching and Learning. In this role, I primarily work on staff development and helping Trinity teachers to be the best 21st-century educators they can be. I run a variety of different ...

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Voices of 125 Years: Mr Derek Steinepreis ('85)

Voices of 125 Years: Mr Derek Steinepreis ('85)

  1. Posted on August 29, 2019

Describe your experience at Trinity College.... I had a very happy time at Trinity College and reflect on those days with fondness. We had a strong student cohort, particularly in Years 11 & 12. Sport was a major part of my Trinity life and I enjoyed playing a vast array of sports from Primary school through to my final year. What path did your life take after you left Trinity College?. Like ...

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