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TC Newsletter:
Volume 18 - June 15, 2018


From the Headmaster 

SCHOOL REVIEW AND IMPROVEMENT SURVEY

Last week, you received an invitation from MMG Education to complete an online school review and improvement survey. MMG Education have been engaged by the College to assist us, as we strive to ensure continual improvement in the quality of education we provide to our students. To ensure confidentiality and to encourage frank and full expression of views:

  • all responses will be treated by MMG Education in strict confidence;
  • no parent or guardian will be identified to the College by MMG Education on the basis of questions asked or responses made; and
  • all data collected by MMG Education will remain under its control and archived according to research protocols.  The College will not be able to access it.

Up until this morning, 356 parents have completed this survey. I would firstly like to thank those parents for taking the time to provide us with this valuable feedback. I would also sincerely request those of you who have not yet had the chance to complete the survey, to please try and find some time to do so within the next week, as you will be making an important contribution to the future of the College as we strive to ensure that we are providing the best opportunities possible for your son.

If you have not received the email from MMG Education, please check to see if it is in your 'Junk' email folder. 

YEAR 8 MASS 

Thank you to the Year 8 parents who attended Mass with their sons in the College Chapel last Tuesday, and then joined us for a cuppa afterwards. These morning teas are a wonderful way to build our community spirit and get to know other parents in your son’s year group. I encourage everyone to attend them.

FUNDRAISER FOR THE EDMUND RICE CENTRE

The Year 12s of Trinity College are raising money for the ERCWA Mirrabooka Refugee Centre. To raise money, students have created a unique fundraiser to engage the whole of the cohort and their families. Tomorrow, the Year 12s will be hosting a 'Run for Refugees', encompassing a dawn-til-dusk relay around a running circuit through the Trinity College campus. The aim of the event is to have continuous runners for the duration of the day, aiming to complete 100 laps of the 1.5km circuit. The event will commence at sunrise – 7:15am – with a number of food stalls being run and operated by each of the Year 12 PCGs from 11am.  An open invitation is made to staff, families and friends of Trinity who would like to come down and enjoy the day, as well as younger siblings who might like to join in the run.

FUNDRAISER FOR THE EDMUND RICE CAMPS

Two Year 11 Pastoral Care Groups have banded together to hold a fundraising free dress day and a sausage sizzle. This event will be held on Wednesday, 20 June - Week 8, for the whole College (Years 4-12). Our aim is to try and raise enough money to support the Edmund Rice Camps' January 2019 ‘Mega Camp’. Edmund Rice Camps WA is a non-profit organisation that provides recreational and developmental activities for children who are ‘at risk’ or experiencing some form of disadvantage. This organisation holds several camps for children aged 7-16 years, and one ‘Mega Camp’ costs $5000 to run. For more information on the work of Edmund Rice Camps WA, please follow this link: https://edmundricecampswa.com.au/

I congratulate the Year 11s and Year 12s on both of these initiatives and encourage everyone to support their efforts.

YEAR 10 COURSE INFORMATION EVENING

The Year 10 Course Information Evening will take place in Gibney Hall and will begin at 7:00pm on Monday, 18 June. It is extremely important that all Year 10 boys attend with at least one parent/guardian to find out more about Year 11/12 Courses and post-school options. More information will be provided closer to the date. 

YEAR 11 AND 12 PARENT TEACHER STUDENT INTERVIEWS

I encourage all parents of Year 11 and 12 students to take up the opportunity of these interviews, which are being held on Wednesday, 27 June from 3:30–8:30pm in Gibney Hall and B Block classrooms. Year 11 and 12 parents will receive an email on Friday, 22 June with login details to make bookings. Year 11 and 12 Semester One Reports will be available through SEQTA on the afternoon of Thursday, 21 June. It is hoped that both students and parents can receive valuable feedback from teachers and together set some challenging goals for the second half of the year.  

 

A NOTE FROM MR NORMAN - DEPUTY HEADMASTER:

COLLEGE ASSEMBLY TO FAREWELL MR BANKS

In order to allow our school community the opportunity to say thank you and farewell to Mr Ivan Banks for 12 years of dedicated and outstanding service, we are holding a full College assembly at 1:20pm in the Sports Centre on Friday, 29 June, the last day of term. 

Parents and other members of our community are most warmly invited to attend this assembly. The assembly will conclude at 2:30pm, which will be the conclusion of school for the term for all students from Years 4-12. 

There will be no middle school sport training on this day (and no Period 5 class for Years 10-12) and all students from Years 7-12 will be in normal full winter uniform. The Junior School will also be joining us for this assembly. 

Mr Peter Norman | Deputy Headmaster

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Upcoming Events

TERM 2, WEEK 8

Monday, 18 June

  • Year 10 Outdoor Ed Camp
  • Roaming Reptile Education at the Library
  • College Auxiliary Meeting
  • Dance & Drama Showcase at 6:30pm
  • Year 10 Course Information Evening

Tuesday, 19 June

  • Parent Council Meeting
  • Secondary Assembly (Christian Service)
  • Year 11 and 12 Accounting & Economics Symposium
  • Year 9 Dance Social
  • Year 9 Parents & Carers Social from 6:30pm

Wednesday, 20 June

  • Free Dress Day & Sausage Sizzle Lunch - Edmund Rice Camps Fundraiser

Thursday, 21 June

  • Kimberley Immersion
  • SC v TC
  • All Schools JPSSA Cross Country
  • Year 11 and 12 Politics & Law Symposium

Friday, 22 June

  • 8:00am Mass
  • Cross Country All Schools 5x2km Relay
  • Kimberley Immersion
  • SC v TC
  • Year 11 and 12 Drama Symposium
  • Senior Music Night at 7:30pm

Saturday, 23 June

  • Cross Country All Schools 5x3km Relay

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Junior School News 

DINOSAUR DIG INCURSION

All classes took part in the Dinosaur Dig incursion over Monday and Tuesday, 11 and 12 June. Boys had the opportunity to find out a little bit about dinosaurs and take on the role of paleontologists by uncovering some real and recreated fossils. 

BIG - DANCE & DRAMA SHOWCASE ON MONDAY NIGHT

The Boys in the Groove (BIG) have been working hard on their routines for the Catholic Performing Arts Festival next term. On Monday evening, over 50 boys in BIG will perform in the Dance Showcase in Gibney Hall. I am looking forward to seeing their progress so far this year.

JPSSA CROSS COUNTRY

Good luck to the 30 boys who are representing Trinity in the Cross Country next Thursday, 21 June. The boys have been training hard during the last 3 weeks and will represent the school as best they can.

Mr Martin Tucker, Pushpa Rama (Lion's Club), Deakin Tran (6G) and Mr James Quin
CONGRATULATIONS

Congratulations to Deakin Tran (6G) who was recognised by the Lions Club, receiving the Children of Courage Award, for facing life's challenges with exceptional courage. Deakin has overcome adversity and represented Australia in the transplant games. 

Cristiano Farfan (5W)

Congratulations also to Cristiano Farfan (5W) whose soccer skills and talent have been identified by soccer scouts from the Boca Football Club in Argentina. Cristiano has been invited to attend a two week camp at the Boca Juniors in Buenos Aires, with other talented players from around the world. Good luck, Cristiano

DATES TO REMEMBER

Monday, 18 June

  • BIG in Dance Showcase at 6:30pm

Tuesday, 19 June

  • Year 5/6 Winter Sports training

Thursday, 21 June

  • JPSSA Cross Country Carnival

Friday, 22 June

  • Year 4 White Reconciliation
  • School Sport WA Golf Competition
  • Year 5 Green Assembly in the Auditorium 2:20pm

 

Mr Martin Tucker ('87) | Head of Junior School  

PREFECTS' CORNER

Wow, it is Week 7 already. We had a very special incursion for all the Junior School classes on Monday and Tuesday. The incursion was called 'Dinosaur Dig'. We learned all about when the dinosaurs were alive and learned about their fossils. The instructor told us a lot of interesting facts about dinosaurs. 

On Thursday, the Year 5 Gifted & Talented (G&T) boys went off to St Peter’s to participate in the Year 5 G&T day.

The Junior School had a sports bye this week, so we did not have sport training on Tuesday or a game on Thursday, but we had a long training session at Waterford. The week ended on a high when we had our TOBA assembly on Friday.

Evan Alderslade (6B) and Quinn Hamilton (6B) 

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Secondary School News  

SENIOR MUSIC NIGHT

The Trinity College community is invited to attend the Senior Music Night. This is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the musical talents of our Senior students.

  • Friday, 22 June
  • 7:30pm
  • Gibney Hall, Trinity College (enter via main foyer opposite the Chapel)
  • No tickets required, please enter with gold coin donation to Friends of Music (fundraising for the music department)
  • All welcome
REPTILES AT THE LIBRARY

On Monday, 18 June, at lunchtime, Roaming Reptile Education will bring Western Australian snakes and lizards to the Library for an interactive, educational experience. The boys will get a chance to touch, hold, and find out about our local scaly mates. This is a great opportunity for you to learn about our local native wildlife – and hold a snake, if you dare! All Senior school students are welcome to attend. 

YEAR 9 PARENTS & CARERS SOCIAL

Trinity College Year 9 parents and carers are invited to attend dinner and/or drinks at the Grosvenor Hotel, while the Year 9 Student Social is taking place. 

  • Tuesday, 19 June
  • From 6:30pm
  • Grosvenor Hotel, 339 Hay Street, East Perth (diagonally opposite the back of Mercedes College)
  • Booking under 'Trinity Parents'

Please RSVP by Monday, 18 June to: teresa@ileone.com

MANNA KIDS & TRINITY PROGRAM

Trinity College is in the early stages of building a partnership with Manna Kids Program. As a part of the partnership, Duke of Edinburgh participants are being given the opportunity to make lunches for students at low socioeconomic schools who do not often get a packed lunch for their day at school. The boys made 10 sandwiches each, placed them in paper bags and wrote a positive message on the bag for the recipient, to let them know there is someone who cares about themThese sandwiches were picked up by Manna and delivered to the respective schools. 

At 7:30am on Monday, we all arrived at the sports centre kitchen, ready to go with our bread and spreads to make some sandwiches. We quickly got to work and sorted out labelling bags and making our sandwiches. A few teachers popped their heads in to say hello and support us in our service, which was great! After making the sandwiches, we got to write some nice messages on the sandwich bags for the kids (the boys I made sandwiches for were sure to have a sugar rush with all the jam!). It was great doing something fun for us but to help kids who are disadvantaged get to be at school and have a full tummy was a great feeling!

Sam Attwater (9.3) 

Lachlan Moroney (9.8)

Hi, I’m Lachlan Moroney. I am from Pastoral Care Group 9.8 and I am participating in the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award. I applied to do this award as I felt it would benefit me as a person, would challenge me and allow me to take on a role and opportunity that is rare in the modern world. For my physical recreation component, which is my major, I do rowing and badminton with the goal of becoming the best I can be with my strokes and rallies. For my service component, I altar serve with my local parish and I am an active member of the Manna Kids Program. I find the service component is probably the most satisfying and beneficial, when you help others and brighten their day. For my skill component, I make model aircrafts from scratch and fly them. It is challenging flying with strong winds and to make a good-looking aircraft that flies well. I have participated in our Duke of Edinburgh camp which was very enjoyable and memorable with great activities and a good bunch of TC brothers to work with. I am glad I chose to do the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award and would like to continue on to complete the Silver Award next year. I strongly urge anyone considering the Duke of Edinburgh Award to give it a go and I promise you’ll like it!

Lachlan Moroney (9.8)

BOOK CLUBS AT THE LIBRARY

Book Clubs at the Library are open to any students who are interested in books, reading and hanging out with like-minded people. We talk books or we just talk! Each Book Club is held once a fortnight in the library at recess. The schedule is shown below:

  • Year 7 – Wednesday: Odd Weeks (Ms Mackenzie)
  • Year 8 / 9 – Thursday: Even Weeks (Mrs McLevie)
  • Year 10 – Thursday: Even Weeks (Ms Mackenzie)
  • Year 11 / 12 – Tuesday: Even Weeks (Mrs Fielden)

Any questions can be directed to the library staff at library@trinity.wa.edu.au

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College News

DONATION TO THE BUILDING FUND

Each year families are asked to consider a donation to the Building Fund. Although the request is for $1500, families can make smaller donations. Donations to the Trinity College Building Fund are fully tax deductible. Donations to the Building Fund assist with the continued maintenance and development of school buildings. 

Please call the Accounts Department on 9223 8168 if you would like to make a donation before 30 June, or click here to make your donation online

If you have already donated this financial year, a receipt will be issued in due course. 

Anthony Carbone (12.8) and Max Thorniley (12.5) with Edmund Rice Centre WA representative
RUN FOR REFUGEES - ALL WELCOME! 

The Year 12s of Trinity College are raising money for the Edmund Rice Centre WA (ERCWA), a not-for-profit community-based organisation that the Trinity College Year 12 cohort donates to every year. The ERCWA endeavours to assist people from refugee and migrant backgrounds, as well as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. On Saturday, 16 June, the Year 12s will be hosting a “Run for Refugees”, encompassing a dawn-til-dusk relay around the Trinity College campus. The aim of the event is to have continuous runners for the duration of the day, aiming to complete 100 laps of the 1.5km circuit. Families and friends of Trinity are invited to come down and enjoy the day. Multiple side attractions will make the day enjoyable and engaging for people of all ages. The event will conclude at sunset, with a variety of awards being handed out as well as a sausage sizzle.

The runners have each been given a donation form to attract sponsors for the run. All proceeds will be donated to the ERCWA. For more information on the great work done at the centre, please visit: http://www.ercwa.org.au/

  • Saturday, 16 June 
  • Venue: Trinity College
  • The event commences at 7:15am and concludes at sunset
  • Food stalls from 11am and sausage sizzle at the end
  • All welcome! 
DANCE & DRAMA SHOWCASE

The Dance & Drama Showcase promises to be an entertaining event of performances by Trinity College students, showcasing dance work solos, "BIG" and "GIG" from Year 4-12 and drama works (monologues and group performances) from Year 8-12. 

  • Monday, 18 June at 6:30pm
  • Venue: Gibney Hall, Trinity College 
  • Open for TC community to attend
  • There is no intermission and the evening should conclude around 8pm
YEAR 11 FUNDRAISER FOR EDMUND RICE CAMPS - FREE DRESS DAY & SAUSAGE SIZZLE

Two Year 11 PCGs - 11.1 and 11.4 - are holding a fundraising free dress day and sausage sizzle for the whole College (Year 4-12). This is to raise funds for Edmund Rice Camps WA, a non-profit organisation that provides recreational and developmental activities for children who are 'at risk' or experiencing some form of disadvantage. This organisation holds several camps for children aged 7-16 years, and one 'Mega camp' costs $5000 to run. For more information on the work of Edmund Rice Camps WA, please visit: https://edmundricecampswa.com.au/

  • Wednesday, 20 June - Week 8
  • Bring $2 for free dress
  • $5 for sausage in a bun and a cold drink
  • $2 for a drink
  • Whole College (Year 4-12)

Thank you in advance for your support in this important fundraising event.

Mrs Rosa West (11.1 PCG) and Mr Craig Adam (11.4 PCG)

TRINITY COLLEGE STUDENT ENROLMENT APPLICATIONS 

Interviews are now being conducted for entry into Year 4 and Year 7 in 2020. There are still limited spaces available for 2019. If there are any siblings who have not yet enrolled and you would like more information, please contact the Registrar’s office on 9223 8121 or email: registrar@trinity.wa.edu.au.

CONFIRMATION AT ST PETER'S, BEDFORD 

Last weekend, St Peter's, Bedford, welcomed some delightful, well prepared Trinity boys to be confirmed by Bishop Don SproxtonBishop Don was very impressed with the level of preparation of all our candidates and the very reverent attitude during the Mass, as we celebrated this sacred Sacrament. Thanks to the Year 6 teachers for their excellent teaching and to families for their support.

  • On Saturday night, Evan Alderslade (6B), Jake Manson (6G), Matthew Martin (6G) and Theo Mistilis (6W)
  • On Sunday morning, Luka Bishop (6G), Matthew Jenkins (6B) and Kato Pachioli (6B)
  • This coming Saturday night, Jack Scacchia-Maher (6W) will be confirmed. 
SEEKING NEW PIPES AND DRUMS MEMBERS

Pipes and Drums are looking for new members! Any interested students are welcome to come to the Pipes and Drums room on Tuesdays or Wednesdays during recess or lunch to learn more about the instruments. 

UNIFORM SHOP NEWS

No more plastic bags - Please be aware that we are no longer supplying plastic bags in the Uniform Shop. As of 1 July, we are no longer allowed to use plastic bags. If you require a carry bag, we now sell a recycle bag for $2.00. For any uniform enquiries, please call into the shop on any Tuesday or Friday.

The Uniform Shop open hours during term are:

  • Every Tuesday 7:30am – 4:30pm
  • Every Friday 7:30am – 1:30pm

Judy Mackintosh | Uniform Shop Manager

 
TRINITY COLLEGE ONLINE REFERENCING TOOL - CITEMAKER

The College Library has recently invested in an online referencing tool called Citemaker. Customised specifically for Trinity College and its use of APA referencing, Citemaker will guide students step by step through the process of creating correctly formatted references for assignments etc. It allows students to navigate through a myriad of referencing possibilities – online, print, and many other sources. Students can also sign up for an account, which enables them to save reference lists or they can simply copy and paste references they create at any one time. The site also offers jAPA which is a ‘junior’ version of the tool – allowing students to create references from a less complex list of possible sources. Access to the site is available here: http://www.citemaker.com/trinity.wa/

SECOND HAND WHITE RUGBY SHORTS WANTED

We are looking for donations of white rugby shorts (new or second hand) for St. Nicholas’ College, Honiara, Solomon Islands. The boys at St. Nicholas need white rugby shorts – they can have the Trinity College Logo or a club logo. Any size up to XXL men’s would be gratefully received. If you have white rugby shorts that are no longer required, please bring them to Ms Mackenzie in the library. Thank you in advance for your support.

Ms Alison Mackenzie | Teacher Librarian & Teacher of Becoming Men Program

ENTERTAINMENT BOOK MEMBERSHIP

By buying an Entertainment Membership, you can help raise funds for Trinity College's Music Department. You'll receive hundreds of valuable offers for everything you love to do, and help our fundraising at the same time. You can purchase either book membership or digital membership. Books can be picked up from the Music Office. To order, please click here

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Inclusive Education

SUCCESS AND DYSLEXIA: A SUPPORT GROUP FOR YEARS 7 & 8 

Does your son have Dyslexia? This may be of interest to you. The Dyslexia Speld Foundation is running a two day workshop for students with Dyslexia during the upcoming school holidays. It is not the severity of the learning difficulty that determines how well a student will succeed, but their level of adaptive functioning. In other words, how well they accept their difficulty and use the strategies to support them. 

Please click here to read the flyer for the workshop. If you have any concerns, please contact Ms Lissa Coleman, Director of Inclusive Education, at Trinity College.

Ms Lissa Coleman | Director of Inclusive Education


Sport

Caden Barnett (7.3) and Francis Moschilla (9.1)
TC STUDENTS SELECTED FOR THE 2018 AUSTRALIAN CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS 

Congratulations to Trinity College students Francis Moschilla (9.1) and Caden Barnett (7.3) who have been selected for the 2018 Interstate Cross Country team. The team will travel to the Sunshine Coast in August to compete at the 2018 Australian Cross Country Championships. Well done on these achievements, Francis and Caden, and all the best at the championships. 

Will Comerfield (9.1)
Luca O'Brien (10.6)
Declan Armour (7.1)
TC STUDENTS SELECTED FOR 2018 AUSTRALIAN JUNIOR BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Congratulations to TC students Will Comerfield (9.1) and Luca O’Brien (10.6) who have been selected for the Under 16 Men’s State Basketball team to represent WA at the 2018 Under 16 Australian Junior Basketball Championships, to be held on the Sunshine Coast in July.

Congratulations also to Year 7 student Declan Armour (7.1) who has been selected for the Basketball Boys 12s team to represent WA at the School Sport Australia Basketball Championships, to be held in Darwin in August

Well done on these achievements, Will, Luca and Declan, and all the best at the championships.  

TRINITY BYE

Please click here for the fixture for Years 7 to 9. Years 10 to 12 have a Bye on Saturday. The majority of teams will have training but there will be some teams playing unofficial inter-school fixtures, as detailed. 

Mr Steve Leahy ('78) | Director of Sport

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Trinity-Terrace Old Boys' Association

UPCOMING EVENTS:
TOBA WINTER SPORTS DAY - ALL WELCOME!

On Sunday, 15 July at the TC playing fields, cnr Elderfield and Manning Rd, Waterford, TOBA teams will challenge TC teams in the upcoming Winter Sports Day.

9:30am    Football   
9:45am    Hockey
9:45am    Soccer 
10:00am   Rugby 
10:30am   Cross Country 
11:00am   Presentations and Sausage Sizzle

If you’re interested in being in a TOBA team, please contact the TOBA office on 9223 8178 or toba@trinity.wa.edu.au

 MENTAL AS ANYTHING at THE CAMFIELD 
  • Saturday, 28 July (doors open from 6pm)
  • Ticket price $55pp (includes house drink on arrival, musical performances by Mental as Anything, TC student bands and Perth local ‘ALL STARS’ band, food vendors available for purchase of food)
  • TOBA is hosting this event in support of TC Music
  • Open to the whole TC community

This is not just an 'Old Boy' event and the whole TC community is invited, so feel free to bring partners, family, friends and work colleagues. Come along and remember the glory days of the 80's whilst listening to Mental as Anything, the TOBA All Stars Band (featuring members of the Mod Squad and Slim Jim), and of course a very special appearance by the TC Student Rock Band. 

Booking via: https://www.trybooking.com/WHJF 

Diane Miller | Executive Officer, Trinity-Terrace Old Boys' Association


Community News 

NOTRE DAME UPCOMING EVENTS JULY AND AUGUST 

A Day in the Life of a Uni Student - Friday, 6 July

Year 10, 11 and 12 students are invited to Notre Dame’s Fremantle Campus for A Day in the Life of a University Student to experience what student life at Notre Dame is really like! Visit our campus, take part in lectures and activities, enjoy a tour of our town university, and meet current students and academics.

1-on-1 Advice Sessions - 9 July to 13 July

Considering your uni options but unsure of the right degree for you? Book in for a 1-on-1 advice session at the Fremantle Campus during the July school holidays. Speak with our advisors about degrees that align with your strengths and interests and how to apply.

Notre Dame Open Day - Sunday, 19 August

Kick-start your uni journey at the Notre Dame Open Day. Enjoy the atmospheric Fremantle campus, check out the facilities, enjoy music, food and games and get involved in the festivities.

For more information and to register for any events, visit: notredame.edu.au/events

AUTISM WEST - AWESOME GROUP IN CLAREMONT

There are vacancies for Term 3 in Autism West's Awesome Group at Claremont PCYC. The Awesome Group is aimed at children aged 10 to 15 years who are on the spectrum, who are at risk or experiencing social isolation, and who want to come and enjoy a couple of hours in a safe and supported environment, exploring their interests while getting to know each other. Individual interests are encouraged and it is an awesome place to come and have fun, develop new friendships and belong! Kids are welcome to give the group a go and see if it is for them. For more information, please email Mandy Orso: morso@autismwest.org.au 

TISC PRESENTATION AND UNIVERSITY OPEN DAYS

Many Year 12s will be selecting university preferences in the coming months and to assist this process, TISC will be giving a presentation to the Year 12's on Tuesday, 31 July. The presentation will cover the online process of entering university preferences. Also, throughout July and August, all WA universities will be holding various Open Days. These are great opportunities for students to visit campuses, explore facilities and talk to lecturers and students. I strongly recommend students take up these opportunities. The dates for the Open Days are: 

  • ECU (Joondalup): 22 July at 10am-3pm
  • Murdoch University: 28 July at 10am-4pm
  • Curtin University: 29 July at 10am-4pm
  • UWA: 12 August at 10am-4pm
  • ECU (Mount Lawley & WAAPA): 12 August at 10am-3pm
  • Notre Dame University: 19 August

Mr Russell Hinks | Careers Counsellor

ATHLETICS CLINIC - JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS 

A School Holidays Athletics Clinic is being held on Tuesday 10 and Wednesday 11 July from 8:30am-3pm at the WA Athletics Stadium. The cost is $90 per day or $160 for two days, which includes a shoe bag or cap, plus prizes and giveaways. Children participate in 4 events per day. Coached by World Championship Medalist Sarah Edmiston and other event specific coaches, it is open to all children aged 8 to 16 years. For further information, click here for the flyer or visit: http://sprintingfast.com/holiday-clinic/

PARIS SAINT GERMAIN SOCCER CLINICS - JULY & SEPTEMBER SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

PSG Soccer Clincs offer five full days of training, daily theory sessions and matches and all training sessions are run by international Head Coaches from PSG. Soccer players of all levels are encouraged to register. 

  • 2-6 July and 24-28 September
  • Venue: Guildford Grammar School, 11 Terrace Rd, Guildford
  • 8:30am-4.30pm
  • $499 + gst per holiday program (kit and lunch included)
  • Registrations for the July clinic close Friday, 29 June

To apply, visit: http://psgsoccerschoolaust.com.au/apply-now

HOLIDAY BASKETBALL CAMP - JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
  • 2, 3, 5, 6 July
  • 9am-3pm daily
  • $45/day or $160 for four days
  • Boys and girls aged 5-14 years old, all skill levels
  • Venue: Perth College, 31 Lawley Cres, Mt Lawley

For all enquiries, contact Steph Jones on 0405 141 027 or Anna Sykes on 0400 227 030 or email: schoolholidaybasketballcamps@gmail.com 

ATAREXTRA REVISION AND EXAM PREPARATION - JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

ATARextra will be conducting Revision and Exam Preparation classes for Year 11 and 12 students in the first week of the July holidays.

  • Venue: Wesley College
  • Monday, 2 July to Friday, 6 July
  • Year 11 and 12 students

Enrol online: www.atarextra.com.au or call 9486 1377.

WACE+ EDUCATION REVISION AND EXAM PREPARATION - JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

Wace+ Education will be conducting Revision and ATAR Exam Preparation classes for Year 11 and 12 students in the second week of the July holidays. 

  • Venue: Hale School
  • Monday, 9 July to Friday, 13 July
  • All Year 11 and 12 students

Enrol online: www.waceplus.com.au or call 9486 1377.

ATARGET EDUCATION REVISION AND EXAM PREPARATION - JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

ATarget Education will be conducting Revision and Exam Preparation classes for all high school students during the first week of the July holidays.

  • Venue: Christ Church Grammar School 
  • Monday, 2 July to Friday, 6 July
  • All high school students

Enrol online: www.atarget.com.au or call 9486 1377.

ATAR REVISION AND SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS - JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS 

The Academic Group is providing a range of ATAR revision and skills development programs during the July school holidays. There are courses teaching essay writing and learning skills in several subjects for Years 7-10 and for Years 11 and 12. Early bird discounts are available. For more information, visit www.academicgroup.com.au or for further details and the application form, contact Ioanna Culleton, College Psychologist (Years 7, 9 and 11) by email culleton.ioanna@trinity.wa.edu.au or call 9325 3655. 

Ioanna Culleton | College Psychologist (Years 7, 9 and 11)

ACADEMIC REVISION COURSES - JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

Scholastic Excellence is providing academic revision courses in the July school holidays at Rossmoyne Senior High School. This will cover GATE / ICAS and exam preparation. There are courses suitable for Years 4-10 and for Years 11-12. For more information, visit www.scholasticexcellence.com.au or call 0410 121 509. 

WAAPA WINTER SCHOOL 2018 - JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

WAAPA at ECU is offering an exciting performing arts program for children and young people these July school holidays. For the first time, we are including courses for students from Years 1 to 12. The Winter School includes classes in drama, acting, screen acting, dance, musical theatre and RAP. For information about the many courses on offer please visit Winter School or contact Gabrielle Metcalf at g.metcalf@ecu.edu.au or 9370 6775.

MEDIA EDUCATION FOR MEDIA TEACHERS AND UPPER SCHOOL MEDIA STUDENTS - JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

On Wednesday, 11 July from 9:15am-3:30pm at North Metropolitan TAFE, ATOMWA will be offering a variety of industry professionals and students, a course covering topics related to the Year 11 and 12 ATAR Media Production and Analysis syllabus. Tickets can be purchased online at: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/atomwa-media-education-seminar-tickets-45670274019. The event is also on Facebook at the following URL: https://www.facebook.com/events/987827758049447/

THE CONOCOPHILLIPS SCIENCE EXPERIENCE 2018-2019

The ConocoPhillips Science Experience STEM program is being offered in December 2018 and January 2019. It is a 3 or 4 day program of hands-on science, conducted across 33 universities and tertiary campuses Australia wide and is open to all current Year 9 and 10 students in 2018. The programs include:

  • hands on activities in laboratories
  • short interactive lectures
  • many programs include a visit to a local scientific site.

There is no selection process and all students are welcome to attend. The full cost for a student to participate in a 3 day program is $190 and 4 day program is $260. It is a Rotary supported project and local Rotary clubs are often willing to financially sponsor students. For more information, visit: www.scienceexperience.com.au 

PARENTING COURSES BY RELATIONSHIPS AUSTRALIA

Relationships Australia are providing the following Parenting courses in West Leederville:

  • Understanding Step Families weekend on Fri/Sat/Sun, 8-10 June at 6:30-9pm/1-5:30pm/10am-1pm, $75/$120
  • Rock & Water on Saturday, 9 June at 8:30am-12:30pm, $70 pair
  • Parenting After Separation on Tuesday, 19 June at 6:30-9pm , $30
  • Successful Single Parenting on Monday, 25 June at 6:30-9pm, $30
  • Dads Raising Teenage Girls on Monday, 25 June at 6:30-9pm, $30 

For more information, please visit www.relationshipswa.org.au or call 1300 364 277. 

  

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Canteen Roster

Canteen Roster week beginning Monday, 18 June 2018

Mon

Denise Williams and Rose Chang

Tues

Melissa Townsend and Stephanie Chung 

Wed

Rose Chang

Thurs

Sonya Mahoney

Frid

Tracey Pola, Prashi Mahatalagalage Don

Volunteers Wanted: If you or someone you know would like to volunteer in the canteen, please contact me on 0409 110 319 or email TCcanteen@trinity.wa.edu.auWe have had some new mums popping in to help out, which is greatly appreciated, and would love to see some more new faces even if you are only available for a short time or selected dates. Thank you.

Carol Watson | Canteen Manager

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