From the Headmaster
YEAR 10 COURSE INFORMATION EVENING
Thank you to the large number of Year 10 students and parents who attended the Year 10 Course Information Evening on Tuesday night. I hope all who attended found it a very informative evening. I would like to thank Deputy Principal of Years 8, 10 and 12, Mr Tim Hince and Careers Advisor Mr Russell Hinks. I would also like to thank the staff who attended from a variety of Departments who offered our students some sound advice about the subjects offered in their Learning Areas.
CHRISTIAN SERVICE ASSEMBLY
Congratulations to the 64 Year 12 students who were awarded Half and Full Colours for Christian Service at Tuesday’s Christian Service Assembly. These inspirational young role models are truly Men for Others. It is hoped that their example will inspire our younger students to answer the call to serve and to stand in solidarity with the poor and marginalised in our society. I would also like to thank our Director of Christian Service, Mrs Marya Stewart, for the amazing work that she does with our Christian Service Program.
This assembly allowed a number of our Senior students to talk about their experiences from participating in our Christian Service programs. I would like to thank Timothy Feasey (12.4), Alexander Galante (12.6), Dean Law Yim Wan (12.7), Tom Payne (12.6) and Damian Pisano (12.4) for sharing their experiences.
Christian Service is an important part of who we are as a school, and allows us to live out our Mantra of being ‘Men for Others’.
Also at this assembly, we were pleased to hear from Dimitri Tsagaris (11.7) who gave his reflections on his trip to the Australian Parliament in Canberra.
YEAR 9 DANCE SOCIAL AT MERCEDES
Well done to all our Year 9 students who represented themselves and the College with pride at Tuesday night’s Year 9 Dance Social at Mercedes. This social is the culmination of seven weeks of dancing lessons for all our Year 9 boys and Year 9 Mercedes ladies. There were some outstanding 50s outfits on display, including our Head of Year 9, Mr Andrew Jenkin. I would like to sincerely thank the Year 9 PCG Teachers for all their efforts with the dance program this term. I know the Year 9 students certainly appreciated it!
SENIOR MUSIC NIGHT
A reminder that tonight is the Senior School Music Night in Gibney Hall. Start time is 7:30pm. All parents are invited to attend to witness the amazing talent of our Senior Music students. It promises to be a wonderful night of choral and instrumental performances.
YEAR 7 MASS - TUESDAY, 26 JUNE
All Year 7 parents are warmly invited to attend Mass with their sons in the College Chapel on Tuesday, 26 June from 9:35am. We hope you can also join us for a cup of coffee and morning tea in Gibney Hall after Mass. If you will be attending, please RSVP your attendance to Beverly Martinez on 9223 8106 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 3:30pm 8:30pm in Gibney Hall and B Block classrooms. Year 11 and 12 parents have all received an email with login details to make bookings. 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.
END OF TERM - FRIDAY, 29 JUNE
A reminder that all classes will conclude at 2:30pm on Friday afternoon and all students return to school for Term 3 on Tuesday, 17 July.
TOBA SPORTS DAY
On Sunday 15 July, our first teams will compete in their Winter sports against the Old Boys at Waterford. Everyone is warmly invited to this event. The program for the morning is:
9:45am Hockey and Soccer
10:30am Cross Country
11:00am Presentations and Sausage Sizzle
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
TERM 2, WEEK 9
Monday, 25 June
- Year 10 RE Incursion Period 5 & 6
- Board Meeting 5:30pm
- Kimberley Immersion
Tuesday, 26 June
- Year 7 Mass 9:35am
- Cross Country All Schools Seniors 3km Race 4:30pm
- Kimberley Immersion
Wednesday, 27 June
- Year 10 PARTY Programme Excursion
- Year 11 & 12 P/T/S Interviews
- Kimberley Immersion
Thursday, 28 June
- GG v TC (1st Teams only)
- X Country Bye
- Kimberley Immersion
Friday, 29 June
- 8:00am Mass
- Year 12 English and Literature Excursion
- College Assembly to Farewell Mr Ivan Banks - 1:20pm, in the Sports Centre
- Kimberley Immersion
Saturday, 30 June
- X Country Bye
- Kimberley Immersion
Junior School News
YEAR 4 SPHERO PRESENTATION
On Tuesday, the Year 4 boys presented the culmination of what they have been learning this term. In an integrated unit, the boys built an environment based on an animal they had been researching after visiting the Perth Zoo. Then using coding skills, the boys programmed a Sphero to move around the shelter to replicate the movements of the animal they researched. For example, a lion leaving its den to look for food. Well done to the boys on presenting what was a very engaging and interactive display of their learning this term.
JPSSA CROSS COUNTRY
Congratulations to the 30 boys who represented Trinity in the Cross Country yesterday. The boys had been training well during the last 3 weeks and represented the school as fantastic ambassadors. Our overall result was 3rd, I am very proud of the boys.
Congratulations to Year 4 boys, Thomas Downey (4G), Max Rees (4G), Thomas Parker (4W), Dylan Cadogan (4B), Royce Williams (4B), Jordan Marocchi (4W), Jacob Borck (4W) and Oliver Rowney (4W) who made their First Holy Communion at St Paul's last weekend.
Next Wednesday, the Semester One reports will be brought home by the boys. Please read through the reports with your son and celebrate his learning this semester. In the envelope will be a reflection sheet; please return that to your son’s teacher at your earliest convenience.
DATES TO REMEMBER
Tuesday, 26 June
Wednesday, 27 June
Thursday, 28 June
Friday, 29 June
Mr Martin Tucker ('87) | Head of Junior School
This week, the classes have been working hard academically, even with the short time before the first semester is over! On Monday, we had our weekly gathering. Mr Tucker gave announcements for us to get ready for the exciting week. On Tuesday, the students from Years 5 and 6 got up early for a Sport training session with their coaches. Even with having a bye for sport fixtures on Thursday, the boys still gave 100 percent. Wednesday was very comfortable as the students donated a gold coin to Edmund Rice Camps for Kids. By doing this, the students got to wear free dress and there were lots of colourful characters. On this day, Year 11s also prepared a sausage sizzle with soft drinks. Many kids got a delicious lunch and all the funding was donated.
This semester is nearly over! Not yet, but soon, all the students will have a break and spend time with their family. There is much more to look forward to in the future and next week. We are all so excited!
By Isaac Adamos (6W) and Robby Moschilla (6G)
Secondary School News
PREFECTS' NETBALL MATCH AT MERCEDES COLLEGE TO RAISE MONEY FOR BREAST CANCER FOUNDATION WA
On Monday, the Prefects attended Mercedes College to continue the annual tradition of a netball match between the Prefects of the two schools to raise money for the Breast Cancer Foundation of WA. Decked out in the Trinity blue with a pink highlight to represent the McGrath foundation, the lads were keen to impress and bring home the silverware.
The atmosphere was as imposing as AFL Grand Final day in September and the arena was quickly dubbed the MCG (Mercedes College Gymnasium). The professional warm-ups led by coach, Zac Hayward (12.2), featured a quick passing and shooting drill, although the latter would not be utilised too much in the first half.
Finally, the time came and the first team rolled onto the court. An early surge from Mercedes led to a quick goal, but rock-solid defence from Owen Milburn (12.6) and Anthony Carbone (12.8) prevented any more scoring for the quarter.
Immaculate ball movement from gun centre Max Thorniley (12.5), well supported in the wings by Harrison Pell (12.3) and Jack Clear (12.6), led to repeat inside 50s for the Trinity side, with the eventual two first-half goals not reflective of the effort shown by the team. Asher Fatin (12.1) and Joseph Pinto (12.8) presented strongly in the forward line, but struggled to convert due to questionable shooting actions.
Half-time came and there was a change of tactics, brought on by Assistant-Coach, Mr Clint Testa, and this led to one of the best halves ever seen by a Trinity side in netball. Led by Josh Martelli (12.4) in the centre, the midfield surged at every opportunity leading to high scoring play for the half.
Alongside William Gilbert (12.8) and Ethan Bradley (12.4) on the wings, Martelli delivered the ball high into what could only be compared to a combination similar to that of Jack Darling and Josh Kennedy: Daniel Fitzgerald (12.2) and Sean Carroll (12.3). Fitzgerald was leading scorer for the day by a long shot, whilst Carroll secured a few points for himself, and set up many more. Ray Teakle (12.1) worked hard in the backline, but a poor game from Head Boy Jeremy Hansen (12.4) ultimately led to a late surge by the home team.
But the boys from Trinity hung on to secure 10-8 score line by the final siren. Most importantly, the boys were glad to support a good cause and raise some money for the McGrath foundation.
Brownlow Votes – 3-Fitzgerald 2-Martelli 1-Thorniley
Coleman – Daniel Fitzgerald (6)
By Jack Clear (12.6)
TRINITY COLLEGE ENVIRONMENTAL COMMITTEE - INNOVATIVE RECYCLING OF PLASTIC BOTTLES FOR 3D PRINTERS FILAMENT
Last Friday morning, the students of the Trinity College Environmental Committee (Years 8 and 11) visited Aquinas College in order to find out more about how to implement an innovative recycling program at the College. TCEC are at the beginning stages of working with a not for profit organisation called Greenbatch, who are working with schools to turn plastic bottles into filament for 3D printers. Working together with Greenbatch, the TCEC wants to start collecting PET 1 plastic bottles at school. Greenbatch collects and processes the plastic bottles into the filament which we can use in our 3D printers. Mr Grant Haggerty (Director of ICT Integration and Innovation) at Aquinas College was kind enough to let us visit and talk us through ways in which Aquinas has implemented the program at the College. Using his tips, the TCEC are keen to get on board with this sustainabilty project. The TCEC look forward to being able to update the College community very soon about how everyone can help with this initiative.
PARLIAMENT HOUSE VISIT
Last Thursday afternoon, the Team 3 Nepal Service Expedition students visited Parliament House for afternoon tea with Mr John Carey (MLA). John had donated to one of the student's ‘Go Fund Me Page’ to attend the expedition and was keen to hear how the expedition went, what the highlights were and what the students reflections on the whole experience were. The group were seated around the table in the beautiful Aboriginal People’s Room and Gallery at Parliament House and spoke about their time in Nepal and what they had learned while overseas. Thank you to Michael Thomas (11.1) for presenting Mr John Carey with a gift and also Simon Homsany (11.4) for speaking on behalf of the group.
Mrs Alison Mackenzie | Head of Library Services
ROAMING REPTILES VISIT THE LIBRARY
Cass Rowles from Roaming Reptile Education visited the Senior Library on Monday this week with a travelling display of Western Australian reptiles – George the bobtail lizard, Wilma the woma python, Ferdinand the frilled-neck lizard, and Fluffy the carpet python. There was a large crowd of very interested boys, who were all able to hold and touch the reptiles, as well as ask Cass questions about them. Many of the boys were fascinated with how the reptiles actually felt; ‘Fluffy’, in particular, was very mobile and strong and happy to slither around arms and necks – everyone learned that her belly was actually a bit ticklish!
Mrs Emma McLevie | Library Technician
My name is Nathan Le from 9.4. I chose to participate in the Duke of Edinburgh program as I believe I will develop essential leadership qualities by completing the program, such as serving others and being open to new things and opportunities that can further develop new skills. The program involves getting involved in a variety of activities for physical recreation, skill and service. During the week, I focus on going to soccer trainings and competing in Friday afternoon games to achieve my goal of becoming a better player. For my skill, every Friday morning, I go to Middle School Chorale Rehearsal. I enjoy doing all the varied activities for the program, but the highlight of my journey so far was the camp I participated in.
TC YEAR 8 PARENT FUNCTION
Meet and mingle with other Year 8 Parents and Carers at Ku De Ta - The Deck.
- Friday, 3 August
- From 6:30pm
- $40 per person, includes canapes and pizza. Drinks can be purchased on the evening.
- Venue: Ku De Ta - The Deck, 306 Riverside Drive, East Perth
RSVP payment to TryBooking by Friday, 27 July: https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?eid=395815&
Enquiries to Belinda Siciliano: email@example.com
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.
COSTUME CALL FOR PERFORMING ARTS DEPARTMENT
If there are any items at home you no longer require and are happy to donate these to the Performing Arts Department we would be happy to add them to our props/costumes room. Please place the item/s in a bag, drop it off at front reception and label the bag “Lisa Laurino-Costumes”.
The items we are currently searching for are:
• Waist coats
• Bags (eg-old brief case)
Mrs Lisa Laurino | Drama Coordinator
SENIOR STUDENTS MENTOR JUNIOR STUDENTS
The Junior School Wind Ensemble enjoyed a visit from some Senior school musicians on Wednesday, during their morning rehearsal. The Senior boys demonstrated correct technique in their performance, and were a huge inspiration to the younger boys. A big thank you to the Senior School Music mentors, and also to Mrs Walker for organising this activity for the boys. It was a benefit to all involved!
Mrs Ann Clarke | Junior School Music Specialist
RUN FOR REFUGEES
Last Saturday, the Year 12s hosted a Run for Refugees, encompassing a dawn-til-dusk relay around the Trinity College campus. The day was a great success, with the students completing 100 laps of the 1.5km circuit and donating all proceeds from the run and food stalls to the Edmund Rice Centre WA for refugees in Mirrabooka.
Thank you to all of the participants and Trinity College community who came along to support this event.
DANCE & DRAMA SHOWCASE
On Monday night, the Dance & Drama Showcase was an incredible evening of performances by Years 4 to 12 students, including the dance groups, 'BIG' and 'GIG', drama works and individual performances. Well done to everyone involved.
YEAR 11 FUNDRAISER FOR EDMUND RICE CAMPS - FREE DRESS DAY & SAUSAGE SIZZLE
On Wednesday, two Year 11 Pastoral Care Groups joined together to raise funds for Edmund Rice Camps. It was a very successful day, with money raised through a sausage sizzle lunch and a free dress day (with gold coin donation). Well done and thank you to all involved. Special thanks to Callum (6B) and Lachie's (9.7) parents, Geoff and Tammie Bonwick, from Mosman Fresh IGA who supplied and delivered the sausages, onions and buns, with a generous donation as well. Thanks also to the Canteen staff who provided sauces, utensils, serviettes and cleaning gear, as well as several buns, and generously donated their time. Thanks also to all the parents, teachers, and students who gave their time and generosity, helping us to raise nearly $5000, and we still have money coming in.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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
Blazer honours - Wednesday, 27 June is blazer honour morning. We will be processing blazers from 7:30am–11:00am. Please bring your dry-cleaned blazer, money and letter to the uniform shop. We are looking forward to seeing you all. No late blazers can be accepted.
Luggage strap - We now have in stock a luggage strap suitable for all students going on tour or any families who are traveling. The strap makes your bag easier to find, is in Trinity colours, and costs $18.00.
Hockey socks - Hockey socks are now back in stock in all sizes.
Recycle carry bags - Trinity Uniform Shop will no longer have plastic bags when purchasing goods, as of 1 July. We would encourage you to bring your own shopping bag or you are more than welcome to purchase from the shop a recycle bag for $2.00.
The Uniform Shop open hours during term are:
- Every Tuesday 7:30am – 4:30pm
- Every Friday 7:30am – 1:30pm
Please note that the Uniform Shop will be closed for the school holidays.
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.
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
Trinity-Terrace Old Boys' Association
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.
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 email@example.com
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
CITY TOYOTA - FREE EVENING TO SHARE BASIC MOTORING SKILLS
Parents and their P Plater child are welcome to attend this night of education and fun, aimed at the first time driver. It is a free session with supper and soft drinks provided, however the number of places are limited.
- Learn the basics: changing a tyre, jump start with a flat battery, check under bonnet fluid levels, check tyre pressures.
- Tuesday, 7 August
- RSVP essential to Sophie Mullane: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1300 248 986
Any queries, please phone Sophie or Barry on 9221 0888.
RUNNING CLINIC - SPRINTS & RELAY HOLIDAY PROGRAM
Let our coaches - winners from HBF Run & City to Surf teach your children correct running technique and posture for sprints and relays. Suitable for Years 1 to 6.
- Wednesday, 4 & 11 July 2018
- Cost: $25/child
- Venue: John McMillan Park - East Vic Park, Sussex Street.
To register: https://goo.gl/forms/LFiS7t5kTz1LMdq52
STUDY SKILLS SEMINARS - JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
Unique seminars focused on building confidence and motivation towards academic studies, learning strategies such as stress management, time management, speed reading, goal setting, improving memory, essay planning, revision program and mind mapping.
- 2-day program for Years 10, 11 or 12 on 2nd and 3rd July for $380
- 1-day program for Years 7, 8 or 9 on 2nd July for $180
- Venue: Edith Cowan University (Mount Lawley Campus)
For more details please call us on 0437 222 480 or visit our website: www.topmarks1.com
FREE GUITAR WORKSHOPS - JULY SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
GuitarWorks is running several, free workshop sessions throughout the school holidays to anyone interested in learning the guitar. These 90 minute demonstrations cover all aspects of guitar playing and styles. Bookings essential. For information and dates, please contact Stefan Cutri on 0414 448 907 or visit the website: www.guitarworks.com.au
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: https://www.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: email@example.com
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
- $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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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:
- 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.
Canteen Roster week beginning Monday, 25 June 2018
Rose Chang and Sagaya Xavier
Rose Chang and Cathy Howard
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.au. We 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