Planting the seeds of academic growthDoug Conway
In Year 10 he was “off the rails”, not bothering to study or even do homework. In Year 11...
Walk a mile in their shoesDoug Conway
Parents become students on Swap Day You never really understand someone until you walk a mile in his shoes. Or,...
Making a difference, togetherDoug Conway
At Trinity, there is a Co-curricular pursuit to appeal to every student. The Community Service Co-curricular, spearheaded by Senior...
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Hair-razing charity effort
Students amass over $85,000 to battle blood cancer Senior School students have again sacrificed their hair in the World’s Greatest Shave to raise a whopping $87,000 for the Leukemia Foundation. The response was huge as 78 students turned up at recess and lunchtimes in the week-long event to have their locks cut. The event was [...]
Young men of action
PYP students are primed to change their world Think globally and take action – they are among the key goals in shaping primary schoolers participating in the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Programme (PYP) to grow into empathetic and empowered citizens of the world. Year 5 students at Trinity’s Preparatory School at Strathfield are mounting [...]
Walk a mile in their shoes
Parents become students on Swap Day You never really understand someone until you walk a mile in his shoes. Or, as Atticus Finch put it in To Kill A Mockingbird, until you “climb in his skin and walk around in it”. Swap Day gives Trinity parents a golden chance to do just that - to [...]
Boys with toys
Meet the man behind the Renewal Project “It’s the thing I do best – destroy things and rebuild them” Scott Swann jocularly sees himself, in professional terms, as a “big kid” playing with toy Lego blocks. Which must make Trinity’s Summer Hill campus one of the biggest and most exciting sandpits he has played in. [...]
Planting the seeds of academic growth
In Year 10 he was “off the rails”, not bothering to study or even do homework. In Year 11 he was suspended. But by the end of Year 12 he was one of the highest achievers at Trinity’s Scholar’s Assembly. Cristiano Farr’s story is a reminder that it’s never too late to turn things around [...]
International Women’s Day 2023
Each year, International Women’s Day comes around and there is a flurry of events and social media buzz – it can sometimes be difficult to tell what’s genuine. Even the ‘official’ celebration has left people confused. The day has its origins with the United Nations, “born out of labour movements at the turn of the [...]