Education Matters

Four ways to encourage your child to embrace diversity

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Feb 8, 2017 6:00:00 AM

As this week marks World Interfaith Harmony Week, it is important to acknowledge this and encourage your child to appreciate diversity in our society, in all its forms. At Trinity Grammar School we believe it is valuable for boys to understand and appreciate different religions, cultures, and values.

There are many ways you can encourage your child to embrace diversity, taking inspiration from World Interfaith Harmony week. Here are just four suggestions:

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Topics: Parenting tips, Trinity difference, Raising boys, Christianity, Religious education, Boys learning

Why ethics has a place in education

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Jun 27, 2016 6:00:00 AM

Many parents who choose to send their children to independent schools are seeking a values-based education. They want the values taught at school to match those of the family home. They are seeking to raise ‘good people’ who will make a positive contribution to the world.

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Topics: Christianity, Religious education, Education

How Christianity inspires boys to become great leaders

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Apr 13, 2016 6:00:00 AM

At Trinity Grammar School our educational principles are underpinned by a thoroughly Christian foundation. Our foundation shapes the way in which we relate to and teach boys, as much as it shapes the way in which our boys look at the world when they graduate.  

In preparing boys to ‘live’ leadership in their community, there is much boys can learn from the teachings of Jesus and his style of leadership. Humility, integrity, social justice, self-control and compassion are qualities that come to mind.

At Trinity, boys will also be exposed to leadership ‘on the job’ as they watch and learn real leadership skills from their teachers who ‘model’ it in the classroom, on the sporting field, and in their daily interactions with boys.

Leadership cannot happen without relationship and connection. Teachers at Trinity lay the foundation for relational success by applying the following strategies:

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Topics: Religious education

Why Christianity has a place in education

Posted by The Reverend Greg Webster on Nov 11, 2015 6:00:00 AM

It’s getting a little old now but has there ever been a better film on education than Dead Poets’ Society. Who could forget that memorable scene where Mr Keating, played by Robyn Williams, says to his poetry class “I want you to rip out that page.” The offending piece is a dry, technical introduction to understanding poetry. Central to the film is the conflict between the educational perspectives of Keating and the prevailing establishment. Apart from being a great film this highlights the importance of establishing a world-view in determining the pattern of education.

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Topics: Religious education