Education Matters

Why boys should be involved in co-curricular activities

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

At Trinity Grammar School, boys come to school to learn – but learning is not limited to the classroom. We believe that co-curricular activities are essential to growing well-rounded boys, building their self-confidence and further enhancing their connection to the School.

Below we outline six reasons why boys should be involved in co-curricular activities:

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

The challenges of school and how I manage them

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Apr 12, 2017 6:00:00 AM

By Lewis Dobbin, Year 9 student, Trinity Grammar School

At Trinity Grammar School, there are many challenges that I as a student face, and they cover all aspects of my school life. Whether the challenges are social, academic, sport, or co-curricular, I have to be able to manage them so that I can enjoy school and succeed.

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Topics: Boys' education, Homework, All boys education, Trinity difference, Sport and boys, Improve learning, Study tips, Students

Why dance should play a role in an all-boys school

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Mar 23, 2017 6:00:00 AM

Trinity Grammar School recently piloted a programme that saw 80 Year 8 students participate in a Dance Enrichment Programme that covered African Drumming, and Hip-Hop, Pop and Break Dancing. Designed to get the boys engaged with physical exercise, Activities Master Lachlan White said, “Rather than ask why dance should play a role in an all-boys school, we asked ourselves why it shouldn’t. There’s so much more to it than simply having fun – there are many health and wellbeing paybacks as well.”

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Topics: All boys education, Physical education, Boys and movement, Trinity difference, Sport and boys, Performing arts, Boys learning, Education

Six valuable life skills boys learn through sport

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Feb 28, 2017 6:00:00 AM

Participating in sport at school is profoundly important for a boy’s learning, on several levels. Not only does it enhance the obvious fitness and sportsmanship skills, it promotes a healthy mind, and teaches boys how to interact with team mates and deal with wins and losses. At Trinity Grammar School, we incorporate compulsory Sport into the curriculum to help boys develop these skills and unlock their full potential.

There are many life skills boys learn through sport. Here are the top six:

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Topics: Boys and movement, Sport and boys, Co-curricular activities, Boys learning

Trinity year in review

Posted by Milton Cujes on Dec 24, 2016 6:00:00 AM

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.

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

Five reasons why winning isn't everything

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Dec 19, 2016 6:00:00 AM

Sometimes your child needs to lose in order to win. It may sound harsh, but there are many life lessons to be learned from losing occasionally. This is why teachers and parents should be reinforce the idea that winning isn’t everything, and certainly not ‘the only thing’, as claimed by 1960s US NFL coach, Vince Lombardi.

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Topics: All boys education, Trinity difference, Raising boys, Sport and boys, Pastoral care, Boys learning

Trinity highlights of 2016 captured on film

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Dec 7, 2016 6:00:00 AM

2016 has been a great year for Trinity Grammar School with incredible sporting and academic achievements, excellence in Music and the Arts, not to mention the opening of two new state-of-the-art facilities. While there were many exciting events, and we’ve mentioned only a few here, you can see our Trinity highlights of 2016 captured on film below.

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Topics: Boys' education, Trinity difference, Sport and boys, Academic excellence, Performing arts, Boys learning, Education

The importance of sport in primary school

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Nov 9, 2016 6:00:00 AM

Undeniably, sport is an important part of primary school life. There have been many studies that outline the importance of sport, each with their own conclusions, however they all share common themes about why sport is important for school-aged children. Sport helps children to develop physically, socially and mentally, enabling them to better cope with the demands of school life, by:

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Topics: Physical education, Trinity difference, Sport and boys, Boys learning

Trinity snowed under with talent

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Oct 18, 2016 6:00:00 AM

While the nearest alps may be hundreds of kilometres away, Trinity is snowed under with talent on the ski fields. The Trinity Grammar School Snowsports Team has recently completed its competition season, enjoying success at the Sydney, New South Wales and Australian Interschools Championships.

While distance to the nearest ski fields poses the biggest obstacle to practice, Trinity was able to hold its own against stiff competition, from the State and the Nation.

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Topics: Boys' education, Trinity difference, Sport and boys, Education

Trinity triumphant at the NSW State Knockout volleyball tournament

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Sep 17, 2016 6:00:00 AM

In a triumph of spectacular proportions, Trinity’s 1st Winter Volleyball team has served, blocked, spiked and jousted its way to victory in the NSW State Knockout volleyball tournament.

It was the first time Trinity Grammar School was able to participate in the competition, due to clashes with other volleyball sporting fixtures in previous years. The team lost no time making the competition its own.

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Topics: Trinity difference, Sport and boys, Education