From the Headmaster
THE CHALLENGE TO BE INCLUSIVE
One of the priorities for our College is that it remains a community which is distinguishable by its commitment to being inclusive. This aspiration is expressed through one of the four Touchstones which form the basis of the Charter for all Catholic schools in the Edmund Rice Tradition. Our parent entity (EREA) expresses this imperative in the following way, "Our community is accepting and welcoming, fostering right relationship and committed to the common good."
There are many ways in which we satisfy this criterion. Among them, we seek to ensure a pastoral care system and set of practices which nurtures the dignity of each individual; we acknowledge parents as the primary educators of their children and seek ways to engage them at the College; and we recognise the cultural heritage of all Indigenous people and welcome them as part of our school.
On Tuesday we conducted our annual NAIDOC Assembly. It provided the opportunity to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and to recognise the contributions that Indigenous Australians make to our school and our country. Our very accomplished student MC’s on this occasion were Malaki Rodoreda (12.2) and Lachie Sibosado (11.7). A special guest at our assembly was Ms Robyn Collard who offered a Welcome to Country and spoke to the gathering about the significance of the strong female members of her family. This resonated well with the theme of NAIDOC week this year which is, ‘Because of her, we can.’
Those in attendance were also able to enjoy the wonderful talents of our boys in the areas of music, dance and art. A particular feature was a performance by one of our parents, Mr David Pigram, who sang about his affection for his home in Broome. To read more about Trinity's NAIDOC Assembly, click here.
At Trinity we must seek to be a community which is inclusive and in which all members are reconciled with each other. Everyone is welcome to be a part of our school and, within this environment, our boys are taught that difference is something to be respected and celebrated. Unfortunately, this is not always evident in our broader society which comprises those who are supportive of attempts at reconciliation, sceptics and those afflicted with apathy. Many people lack the will or the confidence to believe that meaningful reconciliation with the original inhabitants of this land is achievable. I thank you as always for the support you offer in each of your homes in advocating a contrary view.
It is hoped that the modelling which is provided by our school community and in your homes may offer inspiration and suggest possibilities for society in general. It is further hoped that the individual and specific experiences of our boys while at school will inspire them to be positive agents for change. This is critical work in ensuring that our College fully embraces and reflects the EREA touchstone of Justice and Solidarity.
Last Tuesday night the Parent Council held their Annual General Meeting. Confirmed at this meeting were office bearers for this coming year and I thank Mr Leon Jennings for continuing in the position of Chairperson, Mrs Caterina Carcich and Mrs Nancy Siciliano as Deputy Chairpersons, Mrs Cate Bertram has returned as Treasurer with Mr Terry Dillon as Assistant Treasurer, Mrs Beverly Martinez as Secretary and Mrs Michelle Rapkoch has returned as Parent Ball Co-ordinator, with Parent Ball Assistants Mrs Nancy Siciliano and Mrs Caterina Carcich. Thank you to Mr David Wilkins who will continue to represent the Parent Council at the TC Fathers for Others meetings. Also thank you to Mr Peter Norman for representing College Leadership.
The Council said farewell to Mr Paul Spadoni and Mr Anthony Olivieri who have given many years of dedicated service to the Council. We sincerely thank them for their contribution and commitment to the College.
We also welcome the four new members to the Council: Mr Jeremy Nicoletto, Mr Terry Dillon, Mr Richard Park and Mrs Filomena Piffaretti.
The Parent Council provides a wonderful service to the College and I thank everyone involved.
Upcoming College Events
FEAST OF ASSUMPTION MASS
On Wednesday, 15 August at 8:40am the whole school will gather together for the Feast of the Assumption Mass in the College Sports Centre. All parents are warmly invited to join us for this Mass.
COLLEGE AUXILIARY MORNING TEA – FRIDAY, 17 AUGUST
I hope you have Friday, 17 August in your diary. This is the date of the College Auxiliary Annual Morning Tea (10:00am-12:00pm) and is the highlight of the Trinity College Social Calendar. This year the Auxiliary have invited Dr Maria Vanessa Atienza-Hipolito as Guest Speaker. Dr Atienza-Hipolito will speak about her leadership within the Women's and Breast Imaging Centre in Cottesloe and her many years' experience in the Radiology profession. Dr Atienza-Hipolito completed her Radiology training overseas and undertook sub-specialty fellowship training in Breast Imaging at Royal Perth Hospital (RPH) and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital (SCGH), Musculoskeletal Imaging at RPH, Interventional and Vascular Radiology at SCGH and Paediatric Radiology at Princess Margaret Hospital. She worked for BreastScreen WA from 2014 to 2017. Currently, she is leading the team at Women’s and Breast Imaging in Cottesloe as the Clinical Director and Principal Breast Imaging Specialist.
The ladies of the College Auxiliary are working hard behind the scenes to ensure that this wonderful event will be as successful this year as it has always been in the past. The Auxiliary rely on our community to contribute to this event to ensure its success. Emails were sent home to families in Years 9, 10 and 11 requesting help with providing food for the morning tea, and to Year 7 families asking for donations for the ever-popular College Auxiliary raffle held on the morning. The famous TC community spirit is always abundantly evident at this event, and your contribution is greatly valued.
Please note that parking is available at Gloucester Park for people attending the College Auxiliary Morning Tea. All cars must have left the carpark by 1pm, however, as it is Race Day at Gloucester Park.
Any inquiries to Mrs Beverly Martinez at email@example.com.
WINTER SPORT WINDUPS
This week will see our final fixture for the Winter Season. All sports are organising a wind-up and trophy presentation event, thanks to the coaches and the organising committees for their efforts in this area. All students and parents are reminded that any “afters” which may be organised are NOT sanctioned by the school and that there is no supervision provided at these events by the College. In the past, we have had experiences where these have attracted an unwarranted element. Please support one another and say NO to either organising them or allowing your son to attend.
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 from 9:35am. We hope you can also join us for morning tea in Gibney Hall after Mass. If you will be attending, please RSVP to Community Coordinator, Mrs Beverly Martinez on 9223 8106 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
FUN RUN FOR INDIA 2018 – FRIDAY, 17 AUGUST
The Fun Run for India takes place on Friday, 17 August. It is a whole Secondary School event. We need everyone to be actively involved in collecting money and participating fully in the day. Please give this event your full support. This is one of our major fundraising opportunities to support the projects in India which rely on our donations. Over the years, the funds raised have been used to build school and accommodation for students with severe disabilities at MITHRA, provide education for the children of tribal families in Gujarat, enable blankets and food to be given to homeless people in the railway stations in Kolkata, and countless other projects that the Indian Christian Brothers undertake to help the most destitute of people. Sponsorship Forms have been handed out in PCG this week. Students should take one home and collect sponsors for the Fun Run this weekend. If every student was to raise $30, then we would raise over $30,000, which will be taken to India with our Pilgrims. Thank you.
Mrs Marya Stewart | Director of Christian Service
YEAR 9 MASS – TUESDAY, 28 AUGUST
All Year 9 parents are warmly invited to attend Mass with their sons in the College Chapel on Tuesday, 29 August at 9:35am. We hope you can also join us for morning tea in Gibney Hall after Mass. RSVPs to Mrs Beverly Martinez on email@example.com or phone 9223 8106.
TERM 3, WEEK 5
Tuesday, 14 August
- 9:35am Year 12 Mass
Wednesday, 15 August
- 8:40am Feast of the Assumption Whole School Mass
Thursday, 16 August
- TC Bye
- CPAF Percussion Instrumental Solos/Duets - TC
Friday, 17 August
- TC Bye
- 8:00am Mass
- 10:00am Auxiliary Morning Tea - Gibney Hall
- Fun Run for India
- CPAF Percussion Instrumental Solos/Duets
Saturday, 18 August
- TC Bye
- Cross Country Bye
- Rugby Windup
Junior School News
The Year 4 boys played their Rugby Carnival against Aquinas Year 4s on Thursday at Waterford Playing Fields. While the weather was against us, the boys had a lot of fun.
SCHOOL SPORT WA SOCCER
Congratulations to the Junior School soccer team who came runners up in the School Sport WA regional soccer competition last Friday. This afternoon they are taking part in the finals. Good luck to the boys.
RAISING CHICKS IN YEAR 6
This week, our Year 6 students introduced their Year 4 buddies to the newly-hatched chicks that they have been raising in class. The students taught their buddies some fun facts about chicks and how to correctly hold and feed them. This has been a exciting learning experience for the Junior School students, and has helped them understand responsibility.
As the winter months of June and July are now past us, the boys are required to wear hats at recess and lunch.
Congratulations to Jackson Scarparolo (4B), who made his First Holy Communion last Sunday.
CATHOLIC PERFORMING ARTS FESTIVAL
This week our Junior Vocal Ensemble represented Trinity at the Catholic Performing Arts Festival. The boys sang beautifully and as always to a very high standard. Well done to all the boys. Next week all three choirs are performing on Monday and the Junior Wind Ensemble are performing on Wednesday evening. On Tuesday evening, the Presentations for the Angelico Visual Arts Exhibition will take place.
Next Friday, we commence Book Week with a dress up day. The theme of Book Week this year is Find Your Treasure. All boys are invited to use this theme as an inspiration for their dress-up. A parade of all the costumes will take place first thing Friday morning in the Junior School Assembly Area. The following week, the Junior School will be hosting a Scholastic Book Fair in the library. The boys will be able to order and purchase books before and after school, commencing on Tuesday, 21 August. We look forward to celebrating Children’s Book Week.
IPSHA CHESS DAY
Congratulations to the 12 boys who represented the College at the IPSHA Junior Schools Chess Day. The boys all competed very well, all winning the majority of the games and they were excellent sportsmen. An outstanding effort. Thank you also to Mrs Bush for organising the boys for the day and to Mr Rob Ivaldi, who has been training the boys.
The NAIDOC College Assembly is always a highlight for all boys at Trinity. This year was particularly special for the Junior School as 3 boys took part in the dance. It was a fantastic performance by Judd McCartney (5G), Zander McCartney (4B) and David Shanahan (4G).
The winter sport season for this year is officially over. Thank you to Mr Luke Thompson for co-ordinating the season and to all the coaches involved for their time and effort in assisting the boys to develop their skills and team play. Thank you also to the parents and grandparents who support the boys each week.
DATES TO REMEMBER
Monday, 13 August
Tuesday, 14 August
Wednesday, 15 August
Friday, 17 August
Mr Martin Tucker ('87) | Head of Junior School
Wow what a start we have had to week 4 this term. Firstly, on Monday the Junior School Vocal Ensemble preformed at St Benedict’s Church, Ardross at 10am. All the boys did a fantastic performance. They should all be proud of themselves because they put in a lot of effort. Secondly, on Tuesday the College all gathered in the new Sports Centre and we celebrated NAIDOC (National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee) Week with an assembly which involved lots of performances. The theme of NAIDOC Week was “Because of Her, We Can”. One of the performances was the band called “Diversity” - they were fantastic. Thirdly, the Year 5s and 6s had their final winter sports training session and played their final winter sports game on Thursday versing Christ Church. All the boys played very well to finish off the season and should be proud of themselves. Also, the Year 4s had their Rugby Carnival to see if any boys wanted to play ruby next year. Lastly, on Friday morning we had a Junior School Mass. The 5 Green boys led the school in Mass beautifully. On Friday afternoon, we had our Catholic Performing Arts assembly. The Year 6 band played very well and they entertained the boys perfectly. It was a great way to end a busy week at school.
Evan Alderslade (6B) and Robert Moschilla (6G)
Secondary School News
YEAR 10 & 11 TO ATTEND 'ONE LIFE ONE CHOICE' - SUBSTANCE ABUSE AWARENESS PRESENTATION - PARENTS WELCOME
Year 10 and 11 students will be attending a presentation by Sideffect Australia on Tuesday morning in the Sports Centre. The seminar is aimed at the students, however Year 10 and 11 parents are most welcome to attend. The seminar is aimed at educating our youth about the dangers of illicit and synthetic drug abuse. It has reached over 30,000 students across WA, with very positive feedback. It is a powerful presentation which educates our youth about the dangers of drugs and motivates conversations about drugs and drug use with parents. Sideffect Australia was founded by Rod Bridge, the father of Preston Bridge, a bright, 16 year old boy who tragically died after taking a synthetic substance. The organisation's goal is to widely educate, with personal stories and factual information, about synthetic drugs including methamphetamine and many others. The side effects of these drugs are shattering many families and communities around Australia hence we believe that education and early intervention is pivotal in stopping this cycle.
- Tuesday, 14 August
- 9:35am to 10:30am
- Sports Centre, Trinity College
ANGELICO ART EXHIBITION
The 25th Angelico Art Exhibition commences next Monday, 13 August with the Opening Night on Tuesday, 14 August. This event showcases artworks by Catholic school students, providing a public forum through which students exhibit their dynamic artistic talent. The following Trinity students will have their artwork showcased in this prestigious art exhibition:
- William Hall (7.7)
- Beau Allanson (8.3)
- John Carroll (8.2)
- William Rowney (10.6)
- Jaycob Kell (11.6)
- Kyron Milosavljevic (12.7)
- Viewing Dates: 13 – 24 August
- Venue: Forrest Centre, 221 St Georges Terrace, Perth
- Viewing times: 9am – 5pm weekdays
Ms Rita Basilio | Art Coordinator
PERKINS PROFS ACADEMY - MEDICAL RESEARCH IMMERSION OPPORTUNITY FOR YEAR 10–12 STUDENTS
- Years 10–12 students
- 10 weeks x 2 hour weekly sessions after school
Q&A WITH SENATOR MATHIAS CORMANN AT ST MARY'S
Last Friday, 3 August, 22 students from the Year 11 Economics and Politics and Law classes visited St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School for a Q&A with Senator Mathias Cormann, Minister for Finance. It was no surprise that many of the questions were in relation to the government’s economic policy and company tax cuts. I’d like to thank Mrs Ali Harris from St Mary’s for inviting us, and Mr Dustin Aylmore for accompanying the students to this event.
Ms Sonia Scordo | Humanities Teacher
AFL STAR VISITS THE LIBRARY
While visiting the College to speak to the Year 9s, former Eagles player Mitch Brown also paid an impromptu visit to the library. Some of our Year 8s were very excited to meet Mitch and have the opportunity to ask him lots of questions about his time as a professional football player. Mitch thoroughly enjoyed answering the boys questions and also talking to them about the book he is currently reading and the fact that many of the Eagles players will read books on flights as a way of switching off from the pressures and concerns of upcoming games or games just played.
PARENT INFORMATION SESSION – SERVICE EXPEDITION TO SRI LANKA 2019
On Wednesday morning, the Year 9s were told about a possible Service Expedition to Sri Lanka in late 2019 that they can apply for in the next few weeks. The company, Antipodeans, who ran our 2017 Expedition to Nepal are offering a similar Expedition to Sri Lanka for the current Year 9s. Any interested families are invited to attend an information session in the Senior Lecture Theatre on Monday, 13 August, 6:30pm – 7:30pm. An email to all current Year 9 families will be sent out as well. Please contact me if you have any questions before then – firstname.lastname@example.org.
EAGLES JERSEY FUNDRAISER – WIN A SIGNED TEAM JUMPER
The Year 11 students are fundraising for the Edmund Rice Camps for Kids this term and you could have the chance to win an original signed Eagles jersey. The students from 11.7 will be outside the Uniform Shop every Friday until the end of term selling raffle tickets. You have to be in it to win it!
PAUL DILLON PARENT PRESENTATION
We invite Trinity College parents and carers to join us for a presentation by Paul Dillon, founder of Drug and Alcohol Research and Training Australia, and author of the book Teenagers, Alcohol and Drugs. The topic is: Teenagers, alcohol and other drugs 2018: How much influence do parents really have?
- Tuesday, 28 August 2018
- 6:30pm for a 7pm start
- Gibney Hall
Admission is free, but please book your place here: https://www.trybooking.com/XIXP
CATHOLIC PERFORMING ARTS FESTIVAL | 2018 FINAL CONCERT
The 2018 Festival Concert showcases some of the outstanding performances from the 29th Annual Performing Arts Festival. Featuring an array of entertainment by primary and secondary students performing from a wide range of talent. Enjoy an evening of vibrant acts and excellence in the Arts. To book tickets, visit the Perth Concert Hall website at this link: https://www.perthconcerthall.com.au/events/event/performing-arts-festival-2018-final-concert or call 9231 9999.
2018 BR GERRY FAULKNER AWARD FOR YOUNG WRITERS AND ILLUSTRATORS
Entry for the 2018 Br Gerry Faulkner Award for Young Writers and Illustrators is now open! Named after a Christian Brother who inspired many with his love of literature during his years working at the College, this annual competition aims to encourage our budding creatives to share their work! All students are encouraged to enter, and great prizes will be awarded for the winners of each age category. Entry forms are available at both Junior and Senior Libraries. Please submit your entry in person at the Library with the entry form attached or send it by Direqt message to Ms Alison Mackenzie. Entries close Friday, 24 August (Week 6).
Mrs Emma McLevie | Library Technician
COLLEGE AUXILIARY POSITIONS OPEN
The College Auxiliary is holding its AGM on Monday, 3 September. A number of positions, as listed above, will be open for nomination at the AGM. If you are interested, or know someone who is, please contact Mrs Beverly Martinez on email@example.com.
CANTEEN CARD - REPLACEMENT CARDS FREE FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST
The transition to the Canteen becoming ‘cashless’ in 2019 is commencing next week. As of Monday and until the end of the year, the Canteen will be operating only one cash register and all students will be encouraged to use their card to pay for Canteen items. To assist this transition, parents should look at the cash limit amounts on their child’s card and recharge if required to enable them to use this at the Canteen. If any students have lost or broken their card, for the month of August, they may receive one free card from IT Support.
To increase the daily spend limit on your son's student card please follow the steps here: https://www.trinity.wa.edu.au/trinity-life/canteen/
UNIFORM SHOP NEWS
We now have in stock a luggage strap in Trinity colours. This can be used on tours or as a gift for your graduating son. The luggage strap is $18.00. A new, past student tie is a lovely gift for all old boys of Trinity College, with a cost price of $25.00. We also have a rain, waterproof jacket for $28.00.
The Uniform Shop open hours during term are:
- Every Tuesday 7:30am to 4:30pm
- Every Friday 7:30am to 1:30pm
Please call into the Uniform Shop for any uniform requirements.
Judy Mackintosh | Uniform Shop Manager
With the opening of Optus Stadium and Matagarup Pedestrian Bridge, we have created a page on the Trinity College website under Current Students to notify the College community of any road closures. Click here to go to the Road Closures page, which currently details road closures on Sunday, 12 August.
TC STUDENT - WRESTLING CHAMPION
Congratulations to Thomas Barns (12.8) who won Gold at the 2018 Oceania Games and will represent Australia at the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympics Games, in freestyle wrestling. Thomas was selected by Wrestling Australia's high-performance board to compete at the Youth Olympics in Argentina in October. Athletes between 15-18 years old from 206 countries are set to compete in 32 sports as the stars of tomorrow get their chance to shine on the Olympic stage. Australia is set to take a team of close to 100 athletes who will compete in a range of sports. The Games will not only provide a platform for athletes to compete against one another but also provide educational opportunities for the athletes to learn about Olympism and its values. Thomas is training hard in preparation and we wish him all the best at the Games.
2018 SOCCER PRESENTATION DINNER – FRIDAY, 24 AUGUST
To celebrate the success of the 2018 PSA Soccer Season we are holding our End of Season Presentation Evening on Friday, 24 August at Trinity College in the Gibney Hall. I would like to take this opportunity to invite all Trinity College soccer players and their families to join us for the evening. As well as enjoying a meal, the evening gives parents the opportunity to support their son’s efforts and also meet and socialise with other members of the Trinity Soccer community. Details for the evening are below:
- Friday, 24 August @ 6:30pm
- Venue: Trinity College, Gibney Hall
- Cost: Early bird tickets $25 per person (purchased on/before Sunday, 19 August). $30 per person thereafter. Ticket sales close Wednesday, 22 August. Tickets must be purchased for all attendees including players. This includes a buffet meal. Parents please BYO drinks/glassware. Students will be given a can soft drink/water on the evening.
Please note: Strictly no door tickets will be made available as numbers need to be finalised with the caterer prior to the evening. I ask that you please purchase your tickets well in advance.
Click here for the results of last week's fixture against Wesley College.
FIXTURE FOR THIS WEEK
Click here for this week's fixture against Christ Church.
Mr Steve Leahy ('78) | Director of Sport
Celebrating 125 Years
In 2019, Trinity College, formerly CBC Perth, will be celebrating our 125th anniversary. We’re excited to share some of the highlights from the last 125 years.
Today we go back to 1910 when CBC Perth made sports history by winning the PSA competition in all five sporting events: Rowing, Swimming, Cricket, Football and Athletics. There are now 16 PSA sporting events, and to this date no PSA school has won all of them in a single year.
Trinity-Terrace Old Boys' Association
TOBA JUNIOR SCHOOL ASSEMBLY & PRESIDENT'S AWARD
Congratulations to Year 6 student, Ryan Murphy ('24) for winning the TOBA President's Award for TC Spirit. Ryan’s teacher said: It has been said that “the final test of a gentleman is his respect for those who can be of no possible service to him”. This month’s TOBA Spirit Award winner truly epitomises this quote. He is a Man for Others in everything he does, putting all others before himself without expecting anything in return. He is a Man for Others in the classroom, offering assistance to his peers and teachers wherever possible. He is a Man for Others in the playground, actively seeking out opportunities to be inclusive and kind. He is a Man for Others on the sporting field, being humble in victory and gracious in defeat. Most importantly, this young man is a Man for Others in situations where it is often difficult to live out this mantra - in times where it would have been easier to consider the situation someone else’s problem. He simply knows the right thing to do and jumps in without thinking ‘what’s in it for me?’. This is the mark of a true gentleman, and a true TC man.
Ms Diane Millar | Executive Officer
2019 UNIVERSITY APPLICATIONS
Applications for entry to university courses for 2019 have opened. Students can now go online and enter preferences. The TISC website can be accessed here: https://www.tisc.edu.au/login.tisc?cid=118302
TISC GUIDE & IMPORTANT DATES
A complete copy of the 2019 TISC Guide can be found here: https://www.tisc.edu.au/static-fixed/download/tiscguide.pdf
To avoid a $160 late fee applications needed to be submitted online by no later than 11pm Sunday, 28 September. Preferences can be changed after payment has been made. Year 12 results will be released earlier this year and will be available from Monday, 17 December. First round offers will be available from Friday, 21 December. More important dates in the process can be viewed below: https://drive.google.com/open?id=14cWyTx0bzjDUC-0kk6ZnwI-04z_MdONh
All universities require English competency before Universities will enrol students. More information on this process can be found here:
CERT IV STUDENTS
Cert IV students are required to enter preferences via TISC if they wish to study at University in 2019. I will be in contact with these families to provide assistance with applications.
UNIVERSITY OPEN DAYS
University Open days are continuing over the next few weeks. University Open Days can play an important part of the decision process for next year. They are a great opportunity to visit the campus and talk to teachers and students in different faculties. Below are the dates for all upcoming Open Days in 2019.
- Sunday, 12 August - ECU Mount Lawley
- Sunday, 12 August - UWA
- Sunday, 19 August - Notre Dame
- Thursday, 23 August 4-7pm - CQ University
PROGRAMMED APPRENTICESHIP OPPORTUNITIES
We are currently offering the following apprenticeships:
- Process Plant Operations
- Mechanical Fitting
- Industrial Electrical/Instrumentation
These are entry level positions aimed at applicants completing Year 12 high school this year, or completed in the last couple of years. It requires no previous experience in the oil and gas industry. To be successful, you will have:
- Completed, or soon to complete, Year 12 with good results in Maths, English and Science
- The desire to have a career in the oil and gas industry
- A willingness to work as part of a team
- A willingness to learn new concepts
- The ability to work flexible hours including 12 hour shifts under physically challenging conditions
- The ability to pass regular drug and alcohol screening tests.
Applications close 5pm, Thursday, 30 August.
Mr Russell Hinks | Careers Counsellor
COMMUNICATION IN ADOLESCENCE – RESEARCH AT CURTIN UNIVERSITY
A PhD student at Curtin University is conducting research on the way teenagers, with and without language difficulties, communicate at home, school and in the community. The research is for teenagers aged 12 to 15 years and involves completing a variety of tasks with a qualified speech pathologist, including answering questions, talking and solving puzzles. You can be provided with a summary report of performance across all areas of assessment. Students who volunteer to be involved in this research will receive a movie voucher to thank you for your time and effort in being involved in the study. Click here for more information or contact Lizz on 0437 514 025 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
CHILDREN'S CHOIR PROGRAM – OCTOBER SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
The Kodaly Music Education Insitute of Australia is holding a national conference with many world-renowned music educators visiting Perth and sharing their expertise. This is an exciting opportunity taking place in the October school holidays. A 4-day singing program, including a concert on the final day.
- 1–4 October
- Monday-Wednesday: 8:30am – 12pm (half day) and Thursday: 8:30am-3:30pm with Showcase Concert at 6pm
- The Children's Choir Program has two choirs: Children's Choir – treble voice, 9-12 years and Youth Chorus – mixed voices, 13–17 years
- Venue: Presbyterian Ladies' College
For more information, read the flyer here or visit the website: www.kodalynationalconference.org.au. If any students or parents would like more information, you can also contact Kimberely Lloyd at Trinity College.
Ms Kimberely Lloyd | Music Teacher
TRINITY FATHERS FOR OTHERS & DADS OF MERCEDES – SPIRIT NIGHT
Trinity Fathers for Others and the Dads of Mercedes are pleased to offer a special spirits tasting night at the Shoe that is managed by one of Trinity fathers Paul Higgins. This event will be a chance to meet with dads from both Trinity College and Mercedes College and to sample several types of spirits that will be available to buy at discounted prices. The cost is $22 and this will cover the cost of the tasty food platters that will be provided. Drinks can be purchased at the bar.
- The Shoe, Yagan Square
- Friday, 17 August at 6:30pm
- $22 per person. Very limited places left – don't miss out!
To purchase tickets, visit: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/47290383811
PURCHASE ENTERTAINMENT BOOK AND WIN!!!
Purchase before Friday, 24 August and WIN! – 2 tickets to the West Australian Symphony Orchestra – Mozart & Dvorak (1 September 2018) & 4 tickets to the Hangout Rock Climbing for the Kids! Support the Trinity 2019 Europe Music Tour by purchasing here: https://www.entertainmentbook.com.au/orderbooks/8356k5
SEEKING DONATIONS OF OLD MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Borrowed Notes is a registered not-for-profit organisation that seeks donations of old, unused or simply unwanted musical instruments and gifts them on to disadvantaged children. We also provide, free of any cost, basic tuition on the instruments. Any musical instrument from a penny whistle to a piano can be donated. For more information, click here or visit the website: www.borrowednotes.org
COURAGE TO CARE EXHIBITION AT NOTRE DAME UNIVERSITY
Courage to Care is a free, community outreach initiative that demonstrates to students the importance of standing up to bullying and prejudice wherever it occurs. The exhibition is a celebration of people who chose to stand up and confront injustice – ordinary people who were extraordinary in their bravery. All high schools are invited to bring student groups who will have a guided tour of the exhibition, hear a Holocaust survivor's positive story and take part in a facilitated workshop.
- The exhibition is free of charge
- 21 August to 5 September
- Venue: The University of Notre Dame, Fremantle Campus
For further information, visit www.couragetocarewa.org or contact the program manager, Yael Jacobson on email@example.com
2018 COMMUNITY BAKE OFF
The free Community Bake Off, hosted by Mr John Carey MLA, State Member for Perth, is open to residents within the State electorate of Perth. There are five categories to enter including cake, slice, savoury, Primary School (Year 6 and under) and High School (Year 7 to 12).
- Saturday, 1 September from 2pm – 4pm
- Venue: Mt Hawthorn Braithwaite Main Hall, Scarborough Beach Road, Mt Hawthorn
- Open to residents in the State electorate of Perth
To enter, complete the online form here: https://johncareyperth.typeform.com/to/H1Z7VR
CANNING COUGARS TEE-BALL CLUB
Join the Canning Cougars Tee-Ball Club to play this summer team sport.
- Ages 5 to 12 years
- Games played on Saturday mornings at Centenary Park in Wilson
- Have-A-Go! Registration Day on Saturday, 8 September: 9–11am
- Register online: www.cctbc.com.au
ATAR REVISION FOR YEARS 11-12 & SKILLS DEVELOPMENT FOR YEARS 7–10 – OCTOBER SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
Enrolments are currently open for ATAR one day Exam Boost Seminars and Term 3 school holiday ATAR Revision Courses with Academic Task Force at Perth Modern School, Churchlands Senior High School or Rossmoyne Senior High School or Academic Associates' ATAR Enrichment program at UWA. ATAR subject specialist teachers will help students revise course content and prepare for exams. Courses give fresh insights into course concepts and tips on how to answer questions and maximise marks in exams. For Years 7-10, skills development programs equip students with the skills for ongoing academic success, taking place in the second week of the school holidays at Perth Modern School. Early bird discounts are available.
For more information and to enrol online, visit the website: www.academicgroup.com.au or call 9314 9500 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ATAR AND MIDDLE SCHOOL MASTER CLASSES
ATarget is offering ATAR and Middle School Master Classes in Terms 3 and 4. Small groups, individual attention, subject revision and exam preparation. Mock and ATAR exam preparation. Enrol online at www.atarget.com.au or call 9486 1377.
WACE+ EDUCATION ATAR REVISION AND EXAM PREPARATION – OCTOBER 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 upcoming school holidays.
- Venue: Hale School
- Monday, 1 October to Friday, 5 October
- All Year 11 and 12 students
Enrol online: www.waceplus.com.au or call 9486 1377.
RELATIONSHIPS AUSTRALIA - PARENTING WORKSHOPS
Parenting workshops at West Leederville branch in August 2018:
- Dads Raising Girls: Tuesday, 14 August. 6:30pm – 9pm. $30 per person.
- Parent Child Connection (4 sessions): Tuesday, 21 August to 11 September. 6:30pm – 9pm. $50pp/$75pc.
- Parent Teen Connection: Saturday, 18 August. 9:30am – 4:30pm. $50pp/$75pc.
For more information, visit: www.relationshipswa.org.au or call 1300 364 277.
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 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
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
MARTIAL ARTS FOR KIDS – FREE 2 WEEK TRIAL
ATI Martial Arts offers Taekwondo for Kids starting from 4 years and up, in two locations: Forster Park Hall, Cloverdale and Woodville Pavilion Hall, North Perth. For a free two week trial, call Anthony on 0402 144 018. Website: www.atimartialarts.com.au
Canteen Roster week beginning Monday, 13th August 2018
Rose Chang, Sagaya Xavier
|Fiona Galvin, Jenni Cutri, Marion Gismonde|
Volunteers Please: 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. It is also an opportunity to socialise and have a proper coffee. Thank you.
Carol Watson | Canteen Manager