Education Matters

The benefits of a Christian education for young children

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Sep 27, 2019 6:00:00 AM

From Preschool to Year 12, a student will spend over 17,000 hours in school. This is a substantial amount of time in an environment that will influence your child in a significant way. As parents, the decision to send your son to a Christian school means that you are positioning him in a setting that is underpinned by faith and supported by your own values. A faith-based school can help your son to flourish.

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Topics: Christianity, Religious education, Education

How to stay focussed at exam time

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Sep 23, 2019 6:00:00 AM

Exam periods can be stressful for some students. Boys often feel increased pressure leading up to exam time and require a supportive home environment to help them through study demands. As parents, you have an important role to play in supporting your son through his exams. You can help him to prepare, encourage him to rest and create a family environment that is conducive to study.

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Topics: Raising boys, Improve learning, Technology, Study tips, Education, Students

Photography tips for kids

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Sep 17, 2019 6:00:00 AM

Photography is something many children enjoy. Not only is it a great way to explore the world, but it’s fun, creative and can be a valuable bonding experience between you and your son. Teaching children photography doesn’t have to be hard. A few straightforward techniques are all it takes to be able to flourish behind the camera. We uncover some simple photography tips for kids.

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Topics: Co-curricular activities, Education, Creative arts

Where are they now? HSC and IB Scholars

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Sep 5, 2019 6:00:00 AM

The daily routine of regular school hours, wearing uniforms and following rules are a distant memory for our HSC and IB scholars. Instead they are faced with being independent, making their own decisions, and not having a teacher remind them of when assignments are due. For some the change is a breath of fresh air, while for others it can take a bit of getting used to.

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Topics: Trinity difference, Academic excellence, Education, International Baccalaureate, Students

Student story: My field studies camp experience

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Aug 15, 2019 6:00:00 AM

By Matthew De Belle, Year 9

The Trinity Field Studies experience is quite unique. It is an opportunity we would not get to be part of anywhere else. It is a valuable experience for everyone who takes part in the Field Studies programme. There is a lot to learn and new things to try for all. There is much to say about my time spent at Field Studies, I had my fair share of challenges and highlights like everybody. There was also much fun to be had during our four-week stay.

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Topics: Outdoor education, Trinity difference, Raising boys, Risk-taking, Academic excellence, Improve learning, Boys learning, Education, Students

Mental health benefits of outdoor education

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Aug 6, 2019 6:00:00 AM

In today’s technology-based world children can become heavily exposed to digital technology. Research shows that the more time that children spend interacting with technology, the less time they spend outdoors. It is thought that children today spend just 10 percent of their time outdoors, compared to their parents who spent at least 40 percent of their time outside. The implications of reduced outdoor exposure can be significant, especially in terms of health and wellbeing. The mental health benefits of outdoor education are particularly meaningful.

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Topics: Outdoor education, Trinity difference, Risk-taking, Boys learning, Education, Mental health

Head Master: Consistency is more powerful than intensity

Posted by Tim Bowden on Aug 3, 2019 6:00:00 AM

By Tim Bowden, Head Master

Pithy little sayings encapsulating helpful wisdom are not hard to find. Sometimes they appear in social media feeds, sometimes in books, and sometimes they are transmitted in conversation with others. The problem is not so much in finding them, but remembering them and putting them into practice.

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Topics: Boys learning, Study tips, Education

4 Positive ways to impact early learning

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Aug 1, 2019 6:00:00 AM

How early is too early to start preparing your child for school? The answer: it’s never too early to start educating your child. During the early stages of life, from birth up to the age of six, a child experiences astonishing growth. Brain development and change is more rapid during this period than at any other stage of life. Research shows that human brain development during the initial years of life is critical to a child’s future learning capacity. There are many positive ways to impact early learning.

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Topics: Trinity difference, Kindergarten at Trinity, Early years, Early learning, Education

Embracing diversity and educating the whole boy

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Jul 20, 2019 6:00:00 AM

Trinity Grammar School, situated in Sydney’s inner west, is a vibrant, diverse, multi-cultural, multi-faith boys’ school that has its foundations in the Anglican tradition. Established over 100 years ago, the School was originally founded for children of Anglican families in what was then known as the western suburbs. As Sydney has grown and changed, so too has Trinity.

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Topics: Boys' education, Trinity difference, Raising boys, Academic excellence, Christianity, Education, Diversity

Why digital literacy is important in education

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Jul 4, 2019 6:00:00 AM

Digital literacy is the ability to use digital technologies to research, create and complete tasks. It can also be used for entertainment, connecting with other people and keeping informed. Digital literacy is important in education to ensure children have the skills and knowledge to perform basic tasks for living in a digital society, and to be equipped with a digital foundation that prepares them for tertiary education and the workforce of the future.

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Topics: Cybersafety, Technology, Education