From the Headmaster
YEAR 11 AND 12 PARENT TEACHER STUDENT INTERVIEWS
I thank all the parents who accepted the opportunity for these interviews, which were held last Wednesday. Hopefully these conferences allowed goals to be set and plans to be made to ensure a successful last semester. My thanks are also extended to the Year 11 & 12 teachers who made themselves available for these interviews.
As the term draws to a close it is fitting to thank everyone involved with our music program. I especially acknowledge the Mercedes staff and students, who are an integral part of so many of our orchestras and choirs. Anyone who experienced last Friday night’s Senior Music night will know what I mean. I would encourage you to attend the Catholic Performing Arts Festival to see the culmination of the students’ hard work during the year.
1st TEAMS SPORT
Yesterday, our First teams played their fixture against Guildford Grammar; the arrangement of two Thursday afternoon fixtures began a number of years ago in order to provide two full rounds of Winter Sport for our First teams. Obviously, two extra sets of fixtures put further work on our coaches and managers. I take this opportunity to thank the staff for providing this opportunity for our students. Results of this fixture against Guildford will be published in a newsletter next term.
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
YEAR 11 MASS - TUESDAY, 31 JULY
All Year 11 parents are warmly invited to attend Mass with their sons in the College Chapel on Tuesday, 31 July 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 coming please RSVP your attendance to Community Coordinator, Mrs Beverly Martinez on 9223 8106 or email@example.com.
YEAR 12 MASS - TUESDAY, 14 AUGUST
All Year 12 parents are warmly invited to attend Mass with their sons in the College Chapel on Tuesday, 14 August at 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 coming please RSVP your attendance to Community Coordinator, Mrs Beverly Martinez on 92238106 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
COLLEGE AUXILIARY MORNING TEA
The annual Auxiliary Morning Tea is to be held on Friday, 17 August from 10am to 12 noon. Further information is provided in the Community section of this newsletter. Please save the date and start getting your table of family and friends together. Any inquiries to Community Coordinator, Mrs Beverly Martinez at Martinez.email@example.com.
At the end of this term we say farewell to Mr Colin Neilson (Humanities) who has filled in for Mr Jurjevich. We also say farewell to Mr Graeme Porter, and Mrs Ricki Boe who will be taking LSL for Semester 2 returning in Term 1, 2019. To Mrs Rosa West (LSL) – returning in Term 4, Mr Gordon Dean and Mrs Evelyn Temmen (LSL) – both returning in Week 6 of Term 3 and Week 4 of Term 3. We wish them well for their break and look forward to seeing them on their return to the College.
I take this opportunity to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday. The College looks forward to seeing all students back refreshed on Tuesday, 17 July still in winter uniform.
FAREWELL AND BEST WISHES
As I conclude my time as Headmaster of Trinity College, I have penned a letter to the Trinity College Community, which you can read here.
TERM 3, WEEK 1
Sunday, 15 July
- TOBA Winter Sports Day
Monday, 16 July
- Staff PD
- Pupil Free Day
Tuesday, 17 July
- Start of Term 3
Wednesday, 18 July
- Senior Chamber Music Night
Thursday, 19 July
- TC v HS
- Catholic Performing Arts Festival (CPAF) commences
Friday, 20 July
- 8:00am Mass
- CPAF Opening Mass
Junior School News
THINKFEST ENGINEERING DAY
The inaugural THINKfest day on Thursday, 14 June for Year 5 GATE students was a great success. Oliver Jamieson (5W) said, "We were challenged in more than one way." Finn Stenning-Alexander (5B) said, "As the title suggests, it was mostly about thinking!" Luke Chapman (5W) said, "We participated in complicated and brain-racking activities, including engineering, philosophy and problem-solving." Thomas Sinclair (5G) said, "I thought it was amazing that we got to meet Josh Richards, who could be one of the four people to go to Mars!" Oliver Nguyen (5B) said, "I loved working with children from different schools and being challenged by all the fun activities!" Westlee Terrell (5B) said, "I enjoyed that different schools came together in a non-competitive environment." Michael Hall (5G) said, "The idea of the day was to cooperate in different situations. We were working in a completely different environment because we were working with girls."
Mrs Ricki Boe | Inclusive Education Coordinator (Junior School)
FIRST HOLY COMMUNION
Isaac Bellis (4G) received his First Holy Communion on Sunday, 10 June at Notre Dame Parish and he received his certificate at Mass last Sunday.
SCHOOL SPORT WA GOLF COMPETITION
Last Friday, 11 boys represented Trinity Junior School in the School Sport WA Primary Golf Tournament. The boys played in 4 teams in 2 different competitions. Congratulations to all the boys on the way they performed at the competition.
FAREWELL MR BANKS
On behalf of the Junior School Community, I would like to thank Mr Ivan Banks for his wonderful service as Headmaster of the College for 12 years. He has been an exceptional leader who has been present daily in Junior School. The boys in the Junior School always look forward to Mr Banks visiting them in the classrooms. I wish him well as he journeys onto the next phase of his professional career.
SEMESTER ONE REPORTS
The Semester One reports, sent home on Wednesday have hopefully given you a good indication as to how your boy has progressed this semester. After reading your child’s report, if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to clarify these with your son’s teacher by requesting a meeting upon your return to school in Term Three. Please also complete the Parent Response Sheet and return it to school during the first week of next term.
Well done to the Year 4 boys on the way you participated in the soccer carnival yesterday. It was a good opportunity to see lots of great soccer skills on display. Thank you also to the boys for the way they were wonderful Trinity ambassadors.
STAFFING FOR TERM 3
I would like to farewell Ms Evelyn Temmen and Mrs Ricki Boe who are both taking Long Service Leave. While Ms Temmen is away for the first 5 weeks of Term 3, Mr Jason O’Malley will be teaching 4 White and Miss Kenny will be the Acting Assistant Head of Junior School. Mrs Boe is taking leave for the remainder of the year. In her absence, Mrs Shirley Houston will be filling her position.
TERM 3 AND THE FIRST SPORTING FIXTURE
Term 3 commences on Tuesday, 17 July. Training will be held on this day with the ‘A’ teams commencing at 7:30am. Other boys wishing to train at 7:30am are also welcome. The remainder of the teams commence training at 8:00am. The first fixture for the term is against Hale on the Thursday.
DATES TO REMEMBER
Tuesday, 17 July
Thursday, 19 July
Friday, 20 July
Mr Martin Tucker ('87) | Head of Junior School
Secondary School News
MOCK TRIAL VICTORY
The Trinity College Mock Trial team won their third trial last Monday evening in the Supreme Court of WA. Congratulations must go to the boys on achieving this great result. The team consisted of Simon Homsany (11.4) and Manav Patel (11.8) (Barristers), Joseph Dawson (11.1) (Solicitor), James Della Gatta (11.7) and Isaac Patman (11.3) (Witnesses), Revonne Godfrey (11.6) (Judge's Associate) and Dimitri Tsagaris (11.7), James Breust (11.5) and Fynn Langer (11.2) (Reserves). Thanks also to Ms Sonia Scordo and Ms Jaquie Brown (coach) for the countless hours they have put into preparing this team.
Mr Chris Allanson | Head of Humanities
YEAR 9 DANCE SOCIAL AT MERCEDES
Last Tuesday, 19 June, the Year 9 Trinity students had their Social with Mercedes – an organised dance evening with a 1950’s theme. As well as providing an opportunity to forge positive friendships, the night was a culmination of seven weeks of ballroom dancing lessons, run by Gilkison’s Dance Studio, where the students had been taught several ballroom dances. These included solo and partner dances such as the Cha Cha, Progressive Jive, Hucklebuck and Barndance to name a few.
On the night, the boys got the chance to put their new dancing skills into practice, as well as having some time to showcase their own dance style; and the night was an enormous success. The boys (and their mothers most likely) came up with some great outfits and got right into the spirit of the event, representing the College exceptionally well. Also dressed to impress was our legendary team of Year 9 PCG teachers whose support, along with support from a team of our Senior Prefects, played a big part in the success of the evening, so big thanks goes to them. I’d like to make special mention that Mr Ivan Banks, College Headmaster, also took time out of his busy schedule to socialise with the boys and it was clear for all to see that they thrived in his presence.
Ryan, Kay and the other instructors from Gilkison’s did a marvellous job in teaching the students and on behalf of the Year 9 College Community, I’d like to extend our sincere gratitude to them for their patient efforts over the seven weeks of lessons. Special mention to Ryan especially, for directing the dancing at the Social and being the DJ, which was a job that came with considerable student pressure!
The staff and students at Mercedes put a great deal of effort into the preparation for the evening, decorating the hall brilliantly and organising supper for the students. The girls looked fantastic, with many of their dresses and outfits being made at school during sewing/textile classes. On this note, I’d like to reserve a special thank you to all Mercedes staff and students but especially Mrs Lara Vlahov (Head of Year 9), for all their hard work in preparing and coordinating the Social – you all did a fantastic job and the students had a great night!
It would be remiss of me not to acknowledge the excellent behaviour of the boys and I hope they continue to make the College proud for the rest of this year and beyond.
Mr Andrew Jenkin | Head of Year 9
YEAR 10 STUDENTS VISIT 'GET INTO RESOURCES' DAY
Last Thursday, a group of Year 10 students attended the annual Resources Industry Careers Expo at North Metropolitan TAFE in Northbridge. They attended a carousel of presentations tailored to their likely pathway in senior school and beyond. The activities included metal extraction from Copper Ore, welding training using VR headsets, Occupational Health and Safety and underground mining, using the facility’s replica of a working gold mine. After an enjoyable day, all the boys had a better awareness of the contributions that the resources industry makes to our society and the many and varied job opportunities available.
Mr Craig Adams | Science Teacher
CAREERS IN MINING
On Wednesday, a group of 20 students from Years 10 to 12 attended a presentation from Old Boy Matt FitzGibbon ('05) on various roles available in the mining industry. The talk centred on the need for increased numbers of Mining Engineers to meet the expected increase in demand. Students were also shown the wide range of jobs available on a working goldmine from electricians, plant operators to mine managers. Matt brought along some core samples and a gold bar worth $15,000. A big thanks to Matt for coming back to the College and sharing his experiences.
Mr Russell Hinks | Careers Counsellor
A group of Year 11 students and staff have travelled up to the Kimberley to spend some time with the Australian Indigenous people who live there. Over the next few weeks, they will embark on a series of Christian Service assignments that will prove both heart-warming and challenging.
TRINITY ABORIGINAL DANCE GROUP PERFORMANCES
On Wednesday, our Trinity Aboriginal Dance Group helped Chisholm Catholic College, Perth celebrate National NAIDOC Week with a corroboree, 'The Hunter’s Dance'. The moving performance was put together by Trinity Old Boy, Jake Cox ('11), in collaboration with current students. The dance group also performed at West Balcatta Primary School on Tuesday.
TC BAND DIVERSITY TO PERFORM AT OPTUS STADIUM ON 15 JULY
There was excitement yesterday as the Australian Aboriginal students in the TC band Diversity did their sound check at Optus Stadium. The students will be performing one of their original songs at the Fremantle Dockers game on 15 July.
Hi, my name is Ben Tucker and I am in 9.2. When I was first informed about the Duke of Edinburgh program, I wasn’t sure if I was going to commit to it. Mum told me it was a big task to do but I still wasn’t swayed until she said it would be a great way to develop my leadership skills and try new things. I want to be the best that I can be and through the program I have pushed myself to try new things. A typical week for me involves cross country training on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, Junior School football coaching on Tuesday mornings and regular choir rehearsals on Monday and Friday mornings. On Thursday, I attended Swan View Primary School and helped make lunches for the children there as part of my service component of the award. I love every part of the award and the way you really challenge yourself for the better.
TC YEAR 9 PARENT FUNCTION
Come together with Year 9 parents at The Shoe Bar and Restaurant
- Saturday, 21 July
- Venue: The Shoe Bar and Restaurant, Yagan Square, William Street, Perth
- $10/pp payable at venue on the night. Price includes share platters and use of venue.
RSVP by Friday, 20 July for catering purposes to Jill Gorski via email: jrgorski@bigpond
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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
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: email@example.com.
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
Please note that the Uniform Shop will be closed for the school holidays and opening again on Tuesday, 17 July at 7:30am.
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.
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 SWIMMING - WINTER FITNESS SQUAD IN TERM 3, 2018
Following on from the success of the Term 2 swim squad, we will be offering a Term 3 fitness squad programme. The programme is open to any Senior or Junior School swimmer who would like to improve fitness and strength in the water. Swim Squad will run each afternoon - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 3:30-4:30pm, from Week 2 to Week 10.
- To enrol, please visit the signup page: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/409094ca8a92ca0ff2-tcwinter1
- Payment is via Trinity Online Store
- Term squad 1-2 sessions per week ($150/term): https://www.trinity.wa.edu.au/shop/swimming/winter-swimming-12-sessions-per-week/
- Term squad 3-4 sessions per week ($200/term): https://www.trinity.wa.edu.au/shop/swimming/winter-swimming-34-sessions-per-week/
This is a great opportunity to get fit for summer season, especially late in the term after winter sport concludes. Please note Year 7-12 boys will not be enrolled on sports training afternoon. Day changes can be accommodated during athletics season, for those involved.
Mr Dion Mepham | Aquatics Specialist
WINTER SPORTS RESULTS
Click here for the results from the Trinity fixture against Scotch College on the weekend.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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
WORLDWIDE MARRIAGE ENCOUNTER
After the school holidays, would you like to spend a weekend away, just for you and your spouse? Then consider attending a Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend where you will have the opportunity to reconnect, rekindle and refresh your relationship. Take time out of your busy schedule, to invest in your most precious asset...your Marriage! Attending a Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend has now been accredited for 6 hours ongoing formation for staff in Catholic Schools. We invite you to join us at the Atrium Resort, Mandurah on 27-29 July or 12-14 October. For information or booking contact: Valerie & Brendon on 0424 220 625 or email: WAbookings@wwme.org.au or vist the website: www.wwme.org.au
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: email@example.com 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.
- Cost: $25/child for 2 sessions
Venues and dates as follows:
- Booragoon, Thursday, 5 & 12 July - register: https://goo.gl/forms/OVmlBBqr6W4goioy2
- Bull Creek, Friday, 6 & 13 July - register: https://goo.gl/forms/gK2QYARVRSpzt8UV2
- East Vic Park, Wednesday, 4 & 11 July - register: https://goo.gl/forms/LFiS7t5kTz1LMdq52
- Ellenbrook, Friday, 6 & 13 July - register: https://goo.gl/forms/g4DGPGEPJDCxe3HT2
- Kalamunda, Tuesday, 3 & 10 July - register: https://goo.gl/forms/QaNMrWzV9XlqH9Oo1
For more info, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or text: 0402 784 225. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/letsrunperth/
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