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Five ways a coach can inspire boys

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Oct 31, 2017 6:00:00 AM

Some boys discover a passion and love for a sport at a young age and can’t be held back; they pursue it with everything they have and demonstrate a true dedication to the sport. However, even these boys will have days when it doesn’t seem worth the effort. Other boys might love a good game of rugby or footy but are easily discouraged and doubt their ability. A good coach will help athletes stick at their chosen sport and improve their skills, but a great coach will inspire boys to develop physically and emotionally, as well as encouraging a love of sport and teaching life skills that can be applied off the field.

Here are five ways a coach can inspire boys:

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Topics: Boys' education, All boys education, Physical education, Trinity difference, Sport and boys, Co-curricular activities

Trinity shines at NSW All Schools Track and Field Championships

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Oct 27, 2017 6:00:00 AM

The NSW All Schools Track and Field Championships were held recently over four days at Sydney Olympic Park Athletics Centre. Over 2000 athletes from across all NSW school sectors (government, cathothic and independent) competed to be crowned the best in the State.

Trinity Grammar School had the highest representation with 52 athletes giving it their all in an attempt to run the fastest, jump the highest and throw the furthest, and amidst some fierce competition, they managed to top the medal tally!

At the conclusion of the gripping and epic competition, Trinity Grammar School brought home an astonishing 27 medals, 13 national qualifiers and seven School records, achieving its best ever result collectively as a school.

When asked about stand-out performances, Trinity Grammar School Director of Track and Field, Andrew Murphy said, “It’s difficult to single out stand-out performances when 27 medals were won, however Alexander Kolesnikoff of Year 12 broke the State and Meet records in the Under 18 Shot Put throwing a massive 20.69 metres and Theo Kidd of Year 9 also broke a Meet record in the 200 metres Hurdles running a time of 26.9 seconds.”

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Topics: Physical education, Trinity difference, Sport and boys, Co-curricular activities

7 ways of encouraging your son to show good sportsmanship

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Oct 16, 2017 6:00:00 AM

Sport is important for keeping fit, team building and having fun. Whether it be playing soccer in the park with friends on the weekend or a rugby grand final against a rival school, demonstrating good sportsmanship and respect should be part of the game. If boys learn from a young age that good sportsmanship is a normal part of any sporting game, they will carry it with them throughout their adult lives. Whether facing defeat, or celebrating a win, the greatest sportsmen will show respect and humility in all sporting situations.

Here are seven ways of encouraging your son to show good sportsmanship.

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Topics: Parenting tips, Fathering, Physical education, Trinity difference, Raising boys, Sport and boys, Co-curricular activities, Boys learning

Trinity crowned 2017 CAS Track and Field champions!

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Oct 2, 2017 6:00:00 AM

In a highlight of the School calendar year, Trinity boys rallied to support the Track and Field team at this year’s 88th CAS Schools Track and Field Championship held at the Sydney Olympic Park Athletics Centre.

In a mighty afternoon and evening of strong competition, the six Combined Associated Schools (CAS) teams ran, jumped and threw as their peers attempted to outdo each other in the supporter stands with chants, cheering and singing spurring on competitors. The constant roaring from the enthusiastic Trinity crowd helped its athletes run faster, jump higher and longer, and throw further in their quest for glory.

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Topics: Trinity difference, Sport and boys, Co-curricular activities, Education, Students

Boys in blue are no match for Trinity speed and agility

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Aug 11, 2017 6:00:00 AM

In the spirit of community relationship building an Ashfield Police football team tackled a group of Year 12 students in a friendly football match at Trinity Grammar School this week, but the boys in blue were no match for Trinity speed and agility! While they put up a valiant fight, Ashfield Police failed to find the back of the net going down 5-0 to the Trinity XI Football side.

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Topics: Boys' education, All boys education, Trinity difference, Sport and boys, Co-curricular activities

An average day as a swimmer

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Aug 7, 2017 6:00:00 AM

By Trinity Year 8 student, Euan Germanos

At 4:45am the alarm goes off. I reluctantly get out from under the warm doona. The drive to school is in the dark. Not fully awake, I walk from the carpark to the pool. It is cold. I dive into the cool water at 5:30am. We follow the black line up and down – up to seven kilometres per training session.

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Topics: Physical education, Trinity difference, Sport and boys, Co-curricular activities, Students

Five tips on how to become more active as a family

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Jun 9, 2017 6:00:00 AM

Staying active as a family is not only beneficial for you and your children’s health, it is also a great opportunity for your family to bond. Staying active improves your energy levels, encourages better sleep and helps maintain mental health. There are many benefits of family exercise, so what can you do to get your family moving?

Here are five tips on how to become more active as a family.

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Topics: Parenting tips, Fathering, Boys and movement, Trinity difference, Raising boys, Sport and boys, Mental health

Trinity makes a splash at Australian Age Swimming Championships

Posted by Ben Tuxford | Director of Swimming on May 28, 2017 6:00:00 AM
Trinity Grammar School was very well represented at the recent Australian Age Swimming Championships in Brisbane, with a total of 25 students competing across the six days of competition and winning eight medals (four Gold, three Silver and one Bronze), as well as 16 finalist ribbons.


Trinity finished in 12th position on the club point score nationwide, narrowly missing out on finishing inside the top 10.

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Topics: Boys' education, Trinity difference, Sport and boys, Co-curricular activities

Trinity AFL team resembles a symphony orchestra

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on May 17, 2017 6:00:00 AM

There are times when the Trinity AFL team resembles a symphony orchestra, and there are times when it sounds more like a jazz ‘jam-session’. Recently, at Tramway Oval, the First XVIII started like an orchestra. The composer (Coach) had done his work placing every note in its correct place, and clearly marking how each movement leads to the next.

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Topics: Physical education, Trinity difference, Sport and boys, Co-curricular activities

How participation in sport is encouraged at Trinity

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Apr 21, 2017 6:00:00 AM

At Trinity Grammar School we aim to educate boys in mind, body and spirit with the focus being on academic education. Sport however, is not simply an adjunct to each boy’s education, but an integral part of it. Sport assists boys to develop important attributes of their character, and fosters respectful relationships and integrity.

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Topics: Boys' education, All boys education, Physical education, Boys and movement, Trinity difference, Risk-taking, Sport and boys, Co-curricular activities, Boys learning