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A Man for Others

A Man for Others

  1. Posted on June 10, 2019

Max recently took part in an art exhibition to support Standing Shoulder to Shoulder, a charitable organisation that helps women and children who have experienced domestic violence. Max donated two of his drone photos to the organisation’s exhibition, held at the Joondalup Art Gallery from the 19 to 23 of May. Both of his images were sold, with all proceeds going to Standing Shoulder to Shoulder....

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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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Meet our teachers: Mr Rohan Van Dongen

Meet our teachers: Mr Rohan Van Dongen

  1. Posted on June 4, 2019

What are you most looking forward to in 2019?. I am most looking forward to seeing all of the new creative and unique design ideas that students develop over the year. Can you describe one of your favourite teaching moments at Trinity?. One of my favourite moments was coaching the 10B soccer team and winning the final soccer game of the season in the dying minutes of the game against Aquinas College....

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Instilling organisational skills

Instilling organisational skills

  1. Posted on May 29, 2019

Before we look at some practical tips for wrangling our boys into being organised human beings, it’s worth being reminded of an old aphorism: “We love our boys and raise our girls.” Michelle Obama restated this in a 2017 interview, and further observed: “We raise (girls) to be strong, and sometimes we take care not to hurt men — and I think we pay for that a little bit....

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Mr Alden Halse ('72)

Mr Alden Halse ('72)

  1. Posted on May 28, 2019

The right place at the right time. In 1967, as a 12 year old boy at Gosnells Primary School, attending the local Salvation Army Church, due to my parents being members of that Protestant outlier, I never envisaged attending any high school other than the local Armadale High School. But sometimes time, space and events all interact and determine outcomes. In my case, Trinity College was to join the PSA in 1968, the year I was to begin my high school years....

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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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Meet our teachers: Mr Paul Presser

Meet our teachers: Mr Paul Presser

  1. Posted on May 7, 2019

  Mr Presser has been teaching mathematics and coding at Trinity for 15 years and has been instrumental in initiating the coding program in the Junior School. During a recent interview, we've asked him the following questions: What are you most looking forward to in 2019?. Mr Presser: This year I’m looking forward to watching the Year 12's grow throughout their final year of schooling....

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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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YEAR 10 P.A.R.T.Y Excursion

YEAR 10 P.A.R.T.Y Excursion

  1. Posted on April 11, 2019

On Wednesday 3 April, a group of Year 10 students went to Royal Perth Hospital (RPH) to participate in the P.A.R.T.Y program. The P.A.R.T.Y program stands for Prevention of Alcohol and Risk Related Trauma in Youth and is directed at high school (Year 10) students, especially boys. Coordinated by doctors and nurses, the P.A.R.T.Y program aims to educate young people to think about their actions and assess how it might affect their future....

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Adolescent boys and risk-taking behaviour

Adolescent boys and risk-taking behaviour

  1. Posted on April 3, 2019

Adolescent boys and risk-taking behaviour go together like mothers and sleepless nights, am I right? I always thought my son was too intelligent, too well-adjusted and sufficiently able to stand back from peer pressure to engage in risky behaviour. That was until last year when he had settled into his early teens. His father and I noticed him talking about, then flirting with, some crazy-brave behaviour in which some of his peers were engaging....

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Trinity celebrates summer sport

Trinity celebrates summer sport

  1. Posted on April 2, 2019

The summer sport season finished up last weekend, with the Year 12's representing Trinity for the last time. Today at the Summer Sport Assembly, we heard from each of the summer sport captains, and acknowledged and congratulated all of the students for their efforts over the season. Following the opening prayer and a performance from the Senior Classical Guitar Ensemble, Mr O'Neill gave his Principal's address....

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Mr Jeremy McClure ('04)

Mr Jeremy McClure ('04)

  1. Posted on March 28, 2019

On his time at Trinity.... I came to Trinity in Year 10 and my initial impression was that it was a very welcoming place. My father was an old boy, and after a less than great experience at my previous school, the Principal at the time, Tony Curtis, welcomed me with open arms. I knew the school had a good sporting program, and I was proud to be a part of the 1st Water Polo team in Year 10. Unfortunately, I lost almost all my vision towards the end of Term 1 of Year 10....

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