This year we have seen the continued growth and development of our fine School in terms of Mind, Body and Spirit, that typically Trinitarian view of the holistic Christian educational philosophy so aptly expressed in our School crest and affirmed in our familiar School motto.
At Trinity Grammar School, we know what boys need to flourish and we inspire every boy to achieve. A bold statement? Perhaps, but over 100 years of educating boys has given us great insight into what boys need to realise their potential. A boy’s education at Trinity Grammar School will be rich with opportunity and busyness – once you’ve made the decision to send your son to Trinity, how can you help him to harness those opportunities, mature from them and get the most out of a Trinity education?
Upon leaving Trinity Grammar School, many Year 12 boys reflect on their Outdoor Education time as one of the highlights of their education experience.
Outdoor Education is vastly different to most of our boys’ daily lives - novel events, places and stimuli are standard practice for an Outdoor Education programme. When students participate in these activities, we are not only teaching them how to recreate safely in the outdoors, we are also creating memories. Memories that clearly leave a lasting impression.
Choosing the right school for your child is one of the toughest decisions you will face as a parent. It is an enormous responsibility to shoulder. We all want the very best for our children.
Today, I’d like to focus on the child.
Here are 7 ways a Trinity education can benefit students:
At Trinity, we have always held the view that our boys are best served by offering them a wide range of subject choices and academic pathways. We strive to encourage students to discover their own God-given potential, passions and purpose in life. This aim has seen us constantly exploring and refining ways to effectively cater for individual student needs and interests within a realistic cost structure.
Participation in co-curricular activities is essential to growing well-rounded boys, building self confidence and enhancing how boys connect with their school. Enjoying a wide range of different activities improves boys’ overall education experience.
These activities aid in the development of:
Choosing the right school is one of the most difficult decisions you will make as a parent. Which school will provide your child the best start in life? It is an enormous undertaking and one that should not be entered lightly.
At Trinity, I have had the pleasure of meeting with many new and prospective parents to share with them the many benefits of a Trinity education.
Here are five of my very best tips when selecting a school for your child:
There are answers to this question that are simple and some that require more deliberative levels of thought and consideration. Schooling today faces a myriad of challenges. There are two aims, however, that continue to prevail. These can be defined as the need for schools to:
According to the International Boys’ Schools Coalition boys schools are “uniquely suited to facilitate the journey of their students from young boys to good men.” In short, boys’ schools are specialists in the education of boys.
At Trinity, we have a clear understanding of what boys need to to succeed and how to inspire and engage them in their individual learning journey.
Here are seven key benefits to a boys’ only education:
The great public versus private debate will never end. It is one of the most pressing questions facing parents. Which school will provide their child the best start in life? The answer is simple.