Education Matters

Trinity News: Trinity’s finest question Reserve Bank Governor

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

By Elliot Earnshaw, Year 12

In Trinity News: The School was fortunate to host Dr Phillip Lowe, the Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA), for an economics Q&A session. The Governor was fresh from the Senate inquiry. Governor Lowe is arguably the most influential economist in Australia, and our Head of Economics, Mr Moore put it, he not only understands the history of economics but is himself making history. In such a significant time for the RBA and monetary policy in Australia, Governor Lowe generously gave his time to a small but highly engaged group of senior Economics students.

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Topics: Trinity difference, Academic excellence, 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

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

Religious diversity in schools

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

While many independent schools in Australia have an affiliation to a specific religion, many seek to ensure their community is diverse and represents the mix of religions, races, and cultures, found in our ever-increasing multi-cultural society. Whether in primary or secondary education, religious diversity strengthens the school community and helps students to gain a wider perspective, while developing empathy and an appreciation of others’ viewpoints.

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Topics: Trinity difference, Raising boys, Pastoral care, Christianity, Religious education, Boys learning, Diversity

How Trinity students learn broadcasting and production skills

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Jun 29, 2019 6:00:00 AM

Trinity Grammar School provides boys with the opportunity to learn broadcasting and production techniques, in addition to other behind the scenes creative arts courses. For some boys, this is a great alternative to being in the spotlight. These opportunities allow them to work behind the scenes making videos or helping to stage school productions with lighting, filming and sound. Courses such as these are essential to raising well-rounded boys, building their self-confidence and further enhancing their connectedness to the School.

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Topics: Trinity difference, Co-curricular activities, Technology, Courses, Creative arts

HSC courses at Trinity

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on Jun 7, 2019 6:00:00 AM

At Trinity Grammar School, we understand that every boy is unique. The breadth and diversity of our subject choices and academic pathways helps boys to discover their God-given talents and ultimately facilitates an environment where boys can fulfil their life’s purpose. That is why we offer both academic and vocational pathways for our students – one of which is the Higher School Certificate (HSC). This blog will help to showcase the broad range of HSC courses available at Trinity.

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Topics: Boys' education, All boys education, Trinity difference, Academic excellence, Education, Courses, Vocational training

How do you raise boys to become good men?

Posted by Bradley Barr on May 18, 2019 6:00:00 AM

By Bradley Barr, Deputy Head Master

How do you raise boys to become good men? How do you make sure they learn the ‘right’ lessons (and) find (the ‘right’) path to follow? How do you ensure they’ll be OK? - Celia Lashlie

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Topics: Parenting tips, Boys' education, All boys education, Fathering, Trinity difference, Raising boys, Pastoral care, Boys learning, Diversity

Why it’s important to consider more than academics when choosing a school

Posted by Trinity Grammar School on May 8, 2019 6:00:00 AM

It’s not uncommon for academic success to be foremost in the minds of parents when considering schools. But research by the Independent Schools Council of Australia (ISCA) shows that Australian parents choose independent schools based on their desire to support a well-rounded school experience for their children. There are many reasons why it’s important to consider more than academics when choosing a school. But ultimately, it’s a personal choice and will be different for every family.

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Topics: Parenting tips, Trinity difference, Pastoral care, Education