Edition 1, Term 3 – 2018
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FROM THE HEADMASTER
I have now been on deck for two weeks and, although still getting lost from time to time, I have settled in well. Importantly, I am enjoying connecting with the Trinity community.
I have met all staff, many of the boys and quite a lot of parents. To all I have met, many thanks for the warm welcome. In the upcoming weeks I am looking forward to meeting as many boys and parents as I can. To this end I will be out in the grounds at lunchtimes, at Saturday sport and in attendance at the myriad of events on the busy Trinity calendar. I have encouraged the boys to introduce themselves to me and I extend that invitation to parents. So, if you see me in your travels, please feel free to engage me in a chat. I can handle most topics, but specialise at present in extolling the virtues of the Richmond Football Club. Another hint is that I am a keen reader. I’d love to be recommended a novel that can better my all-time favourite, To Kill a Mockingbird; in return, I’ll fill you in on my latest ‘best read’, Home Fire by Kamila Shamsie.
Trinity is a fine school – one of Melbourne’s very best. To date I have been extremely impressed with the way the School functions and the ethos that prevails. The boys are friendly, vibrant and well-behaved; and staff members, both teaching and educational support, are wonderful.
In regard to the Trinity News, I thought we’d trial doing it fortnightly rather than weekly. If you have any strong views on this, please drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me directly on 9854 3633.
Phil De Young
JUNIOR SCHOOL NEWS
From the Head of Junior School
Welcome back everyone.
I’ve done my rounds of the classrooms and speaking to the boys it sounds like the school holiday break was appreciated by everyone. Some families travelled overseas, others were interstate, and some (like me), enjoyed quiet time at home with family.
There is a busy learning and events program planned for the term ahead, which will include our Junior School Musical Madagascar Jnr and finish with our traditional Grandparents’ Day. Olivia Wilson, Sue Stradwick, Susan Searle, Olivia Siddaway, Amy Jackson, Emily MacLean, Lisa Sheppard and many other dedicated staff have already invested an enormous amount of time into our Prep to Year 6 musical production. We’d like to say a big thank you in advance to those parents who will join us for the working bees on Saturday 28 July and Saturday 4 August. All assistance is greatly appreciated. Please speak to Amy Jackson if you would like to help.
The Junior School term calendar will be sent home early this week.
Late last term our Art Teacher, Olivia Siddaway, tendered her resignation in order to pursue her career at Milgate Primary School in East Doncaster, another IB PYP school closer to home. Olivia will conclude her time at Trinity Grammar School at the end of Week 2. I’m sure you’ll join me in wishing Olivia all the very best for the next chapter of her life.
For the remainder of this year, we welcome to the Junior School Art Department Andria Arendze. Andria has taught art at Wesley College in Elsternwick and at St Leonard’s College in Brighton. She has experience in working collaboratively with teachers to create an annual ELC to Year 9 Art Exhibition and coordinating the set design for school musicals. We warmly welcome Andria to the Trinity Junior School. A permanent replacement for Olivia will be sought in Term 3.
We also welcome the following staff to the Junior School for Term 3:
- Caitlin Rosewarne (ELC to Year 3 PE), replacing Louise Devine who is taking Long Service Leave during Term 3
- Emilia McDonald (Educational Support Staff member)
- Annabelle Dominguez (French teacher Years 5 and 6).
Head of Junior School
House Cross Country
Our House Cross Country event was run at the Bulleen Playing Fields on Friday 20 July. In very challenging weather and ground conditions all the competitors managed to navigate around the damp course. Congratulations to the following boys who were the overall age group placegetters:
- 9 Years: 1st – Luca Hartnett, 2nd Alby Mahony, 3rd Frank Roodenburg.
- 10 Years: 1st Flynn Callow-Sussex , 2nd Tate Harrison, 3rd Charlie Harris
- 11 Years: 1st Will Katic , 2nd Patrick Keenan, 3rd Niklas Du Toit
- 12+ Years: 1st Sam Mazzei , 2nd Ren-Hao Chan , 3rd Allan Liang
The Ray Woods House Cross Country Cup results were:
- Friend 3389
- Inglis 3310
- Summers 3231
- Henderson 2603
The Spirit Cup for the Cross Country was won by Friend House.
Congratulations to all boys who participated in this event and thank you to the Grounds staff at Bulleen and the Junior School staff for their assistance on the day.
State SSV Cross Country
Congratulations to Will Katic who recently competed at the SSV State Cross Country event. Will, who competed in the 11 Years age group, won the event – an outstanding performance! He will now compete in late August at the National Championships on the Sunshine Coast. Well done Will and good luck at the Australian Championships.
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SENIOR SCHOOL NEWS
Last Week of Term 2
Well done to the Year 10 boys who went on Work Experience in the final week of Term 2. Some boys went to businesses, while others were at legal offices, science laboratories, hospitality venues, the airport or gyms.
The Year 8 boys participated in Learning Journeys at Bulleen, Kew or Toolangi. This is an excellent Personal Development program and we thank Tim Bence, Matthew Bolzonello, the form teachers and Old Trinity Grammarians who assisted with the program.
Over the Holidays
- Mt Arapiles: A small group of enthusiastic climbers spent the first few days of the holidays at Mt Arapiles. The climbing and camping was outstanding, although there were very cold mornings. Thank you to Jeremy Chan for taking the trip.
- Kokoda: A group of 17 boys, three fathers, and five staff spent ten days walking the Kokoda Track. Reports indicate it was a magnificent experience for all involved. Great walking, but hard; fantastic scenery and great to meet the Papua New Guineans at each of the villages along the way. Thank you to David Ponsford, Alex Colussa, Elizabeth Bolam, Alan Daley and Brendan Pateman for a brilliant trip.
- Da Vinci Team: Congratulations to the seven Year 8 boys who competed in the Australian Da Vinci competition in Sydney. The boys won the General Knowledge section, and finished second in Cartography and third in Maths and Science. Thank you Sue Doig and Liana Renden for taking the team to Sydney.
Hadyn Tang (Year 9) represented Australia at the International Maths Olympiad in Romania. Hadyn was the youngest member of the team, which finished in 11th place, but they did defeat the UK in the pre-tournament competition for the Mathematical Ashes. Hadyn was awarded a Silver Medal for his participation.
Overall there were 114 countries, 600+ competitors, two contest days and six problems to solve. An outstanding achievement.
- Samuel Li (Year 11), who was recently awarded the AMEB Licentiate Diploma on Violin (with distinction).
- Rocky Zhou (Year 12, Music Co-Captain) played tuba in the Bishop Orchestra at the State Music Camp during the holidays, culminating in a final concert featuring works by Glinka and Sibelius.
- Lachlan Chen (Year 8) played violin in the Australian Chamber Orchestra Academy Program during the holidays, with a final concert featuring works by Purcell, Tchaikovsky, Bloch, and Respighi.
- Tom Mills and Alexander Smart have both been selected for the Victorian U/18 Touch Football Squad.
The Wiz commenced its four-performance production run on Thursday 19 July and concluded on Saturday 21 July at the Eldon Hogan Performing Arts Centre, Xavier. The Wiz is a contemporary take on The Wizard of Oz, and it kept everyone’s toes tapping for the whole show. Congratulations to the Director, Hayley McNally from Ruyton, and congratulations to the entire cast and crew for four wonderful shows. The singing and choreography of the cast and chorus were outstanding, and the costumes were extremely clever and colourful.
- Dorothy – Ally Denovan
- Tinman – Jesse Langfelder
- Scarecrow – Michael Sakinofsky
- Lion – James Parry
- The Wiz – Jordie Race-Coldrey
- Evillene – Claudia Schonfeldt
- Addaperle – Allegra Brown
- Glinda – Laura Pryor
- Aunt Em – Georgia Berti
- Uncle Henry – Nick Maher
- Royal Gatekeeper – Jack Lear
- Messenger – Sophia Campagna
- Lord High Underling – Will Campbell
- Jolene – Charly Oakley
- Lead Crows – Alannah Verrochi, Charly Oakley
Emma Aldous, Amber Barry, St John Barter-Waters, Georgia Berti, Tom Bowman, Allegra Brown, William Browning, Sophia Campagna, Will Campbell, Hugh Craig, Jessica Currie, Mai Selzoppo, Ellie Doherty, Ruth Dontschuk, Jacqueline Du, Ashley Elford, Nicholas Fallaw, Molly Furey, Eloise Gray, Claire Hill, Annie Hodgson, Cinque Howells, Nicolas Iser, Mia Jordan, Jack Lear, Emma Lee, Sarah Leong, Murray Lovass, Maeve Luu, Nick Maher, Eliza Marsh, Stella McCombe, Lexie McCulloch, Paige McGarlane-Smith, Florrie McKay, Long Nguyen, Charly Oakley, Laura Pryor, Anton Ruiz-Pedley, Taylah Ruis-Pedley, Georgia Schonfeldt, Claudia Schonfeldt, Claudia Schwartz, Annie Timm, Stephen Vas, Alannah Verrocchi, Zara Waugh, Phoebe Whittfield, Maya Wilmshurst, Fiona Woolrich.
- Sejune Park – Violin
- George Mildred-Short – Violin
- William Song – Clarinet
- Andy Kim – Alto Saxophone
- Nethum Devendra – Tenor Saxophone
- Alex Thompson – Trumpet 1
- Terry Gu – Electric Guitar
- Zac Poutakidis – Drums
- Daniel Moshopoulos – Percussion
- Benjamin Robison – Sound
- Sam Crichton – Lighting
- Kai Chapman – Backstage/Props/Set
- Kiran Pereira – Backstage/Props/Set
- Stanley Chen – Backstage/Props/Set
- Archie Vickers – Backstage/Props/Set
- Morgan Payne – Backstage/Props/Set
- Jack Stewart – Backstage/Props/Set
- Daniel Sevo – Front of House
We now look forward to the Middle School play, the Revue and the Sing Off Competition.
Year 11-12 Parent-Teacher Interviews
Parent-Teacher Interviews will be conducted for students in Years 11 and 12 on Monday 13 August between 3.00pm and 9.00pm.
This week, parents will receive details as to how they may make bookings using the online booking system which will be operational from 6.00 pm on Sunday 5 August.
The link for the bookings can be found on Trinity Connect > My Sons >Relevant Links > Parent Teacher Booking or by clicking here.
Merritt House Breakfast and Chapel
Parents and boys of Merritt House are invited to the annual Merritt House Breakfast and Chapel, to be held on Tuesday 31 July starting at 7.15am in the South Room. The breakfast and chapel service are compulsory events for Merritt House students, and bookings can be made by clicking here. Further information about this event can be viewed here.
Formula 1 in Schools
Following in the footsteps of Trinity’s reigning World Champions in the F1 in Schools competition, team Zero Friction heads to Singapore in September to take on the world in the premier Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) competition for schools. The competition challenges students to design, develop and race a miniature, CO2 powered F1 car using industry-grade technology, and additionally to manage and market their project appropriately. Trinity has been highly successful in the competition, reaching numerous world finals and winning two World Championships – the most of any school. We aim to continue Trinity’s success in the competition and to do this, we need the support of the community. As a return on your investment, we can provide various leverage opportunities and exposure for your brand. To sponsor our team, receive a copy of our Sponsorship Prospectus or for more information, please contact us at: email@example.com
Junior Secondary Debating Program
Due to the overwhelming demand in that region, we are unable to attend Camberwell Boys’ Grammar School for the Junior Secondary Debating Program, as previously advised. Instead, we have agreed to register our teams into the Kew Region, hosted by Xavier College, Burke Hall. As a result of an unprecedented number of Year 7 and 8 boys who have joined the debating group this year, we have also had to divide our teams into two groups. Teams have been placed into either Group A or Group B and students received this information via email last week. Changes are listed below.
- Training night: Thursday 16 August
- Round 1: Thursday 30 August
- Round 2: Thursday 6 September
- Round 3: Thursday 13 September
Water Polo is due to commence at the conclusion of the Winter Sport season. All students are invited to become involved in the water polo program at Trinity, and we are particularly looking for new players in Year 7 and Year 10.
Please click here to view a training timetable with details about Trinity water polo this season. Training for the water polo season will commence on Monday 30 July (Week 3).
More information about water polo at Trinity can be viewed by clicking here.
Swimming – Trinity Blue Squad
A reminder to those who swim with Surrey Park’s Trinity Blue Squad that the Tuesday and Thursday afternoon training sessions resumed on Tuesday 17 July. There is no charge for these sessions.
There are still spots available for students interested in joining. Boys must be 10-13 years of age and be ready to join a swimming squad.
Students who are interested in progressing further with their swimming are encouraged to consider joining Surrey Park as a Junior Competitive Swimmer for the new swim season which started on 1 July. By joining the Club, they will have the opportunity to participate in appropriate competitions run by Surrey Park, other local swim clubs, Metro East, and Swimming Victoria.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact me via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Teacher-in-charge of Aquatics
A weekend of French victories
Last Sunday made me a very proud French woman! France went home with the soccer World Cup title, but most importantly, Tom Boyd (Year 12) won the annual school competition organised by the Association of French Teachers in Victoria, and Callum Roberston (Year 12) placed third! As the French national coach Didier Deschamps probably said to his players on the field after their victory: Félicitations et bien joué les garçons!
Well done to all the other boys who also participated and gave their best!
Annual School Sing-Off Competition
On Friday 27 July, a group of Trinity boys will compete in the Annual School Sing-Off competition, hosted by Genazzano.
Date: Friday 27 July
Venue: Montagner Auditorium, Madeleine Centre for Music & the Performing Arts, Genazzano
Tickets can be booked by clicking here
It was great to be back playing/coaching sport over the weekend. Although the focus is on the Firsts teams and finals, it was terrific to see Years 7, 8, 9 and 10 Seconds and Thirds teams compete well.
At cross country, Trinity is still in third place overall, and Tristan Day continues to impress, finishing first in the Open race. The Rugby First XV had a terrific game against Geelong Grammar, but unfortunately missed out on finals. Hockey First XI had a close game against Camberwell last Saturday and will play them again this week in their Semi-Final – hoping to reverse the score.
The First XVIII Football team and the First XI Soccer team had good wins on Saturday to finish on top of the ladder. They will both play their semis at home, against Marcellin and Ivanhoe respectively.
Ladders following last weekend’s round of sport can be viewed by clicking here.
Suzuki National Conference
Congratulations to the 35 Trinity students who attended the Suzuki National Conference held at Trinity Grammar School over the second week of school holidays. Students from around the country and teachers from Australia, New Zealand, The United States, Canada, The Netherlands and Japan came together for five days to study and teach. Trinity Suzuki violin and cello students performed as a group at the ensemble concert. Zac Sumarno (Viola, Year 12) and Alex Chieng (Violin, Year 6) were selected to perform as soloists at the prestigious Gala Concert. Trinity students performed wearing the ties purchased to benefit the Brother Beausang Vocation Centre in Kenya.
Trinity Friends of Music (TFOM)
The third TFOM meeting for 2018 will be held on Thursday 26 July at 7.30 pm in CY1. TFOM warmly invites current members and new parents (Senior and Junior School) to attend. Music is part of what makes Trinity a special place and supporting Trinity Friends of Music is a great way to help our dedicated Music Staff. No RSVP is required. On the agenda will be discussion regarding the busy music calendar for Term 3, including the Junior School Gala Concert, Chamber Soiree, Choral Concert, Trinity Jazz and the Concerto Concert.
Term 3 Music Recitals
Students are invited to perform in the upcoming recitals to be held on Thursday July 26 (Week 2), Thursday August 9 (Week 4) and Thursday September 6 (Week 8) from 3.30pm – 4.00pm in Room CY4 of the Music Department. This is an excellent opportunity for students to refine their performance prior to VCE recitals or AMEB examinations. Siegfried Franke will be available to accompany students at the recital and rehearse with performers during lunchtime that day. Interested participants should contact Therese McCoppin to register their interest.
Junior Gala Concert
The Junior School Gala Concert will be held on Wednesday 25 July at the Hawthorn Town Hall, commencing at 7.00pm. The following ensembles will perform: Suzuki Strings, Stringers, Marles String Orchestra, Junior School Concert Band, Junior Jazz Band and the Junior School Choirs – Grade 3 and 4 Choir and Grade 5 and 6 Choir. Students should arrive at the Hawthorn Town Hall by 6.30pm to allow time for tuning and warming up. Dress for the concert will be winter uniform.
Trinity Grammar School will be commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the birth of Leonard Bernstein with a choral concert featuring a performance of the Chichester Psalms on Wednesday 12 September at 7.30pm at St Paul’s Cathedral, corner of Flinders Lane and Swanston Street, Melbourne.
The Chichester Psalms is a work in three movements for mixed choir, orchestra and boy soprano soloist, sung in Hebrew. Trinity is excited by the opportunity to perform this wonderfully joyous work, that was originally commissioned for the 1965 Chichester Festival. The Chichester Psalms will feature The Bernstein Choir, comprised of the Trinity Junior, Middle School and Senior Choirs, St Paul’s Cathedral Choir, and members of the wider Trinity community, including parents, staff, Old Trinity Grammarians and their families. The concert will also feature performances from each of the Trinity Grammar School choirs.
Tickets are $15.00 per adult and free for children up to the age of 18, and can be booked by clicking here.
A Forgiving Spirit
One of the many highlights during my time on Long Service Leave last year was spending time with one of my heroes Archbishop Desmond Tutu in Cape Town. Despite rising to worldwide fame during South Africa’s struggle against apartheid, winning the Nobel Peace Prize and the Presidential Medal of Freedom (along with countless other accolades), the ‘Arch’ is among the most humble human beings I have ever encountered. We talked, we laughed, we prayed and we ate Tim Tams!
Forgiveness has become one of the defining characteristics of his life and work and is something we spoke about during our time together. It’s predictable perhaps given that forgiveness is at the very heart of the Christian story, and he is an Anglican Bishop, but when you know a little more about his story it makes even more sense. As a child and teen he watched and experienced awful domestic violence at the hands of his father whilst simultaneously watching and experiencing the injustice and brutality of the apartheid regime. After the 1994 election of Nelson Mandela he chaired the National Truth and Reconciliation Commission as part of South Africa’s deliberate healing process. Tutu and Mandela both believed that their country could have no real future without forgiveness.
Forgiveness is one of the most powerful forces in the world, but one of the hardest things to do. I know in the past I have been slow to forgive because the person who hurt me didn’t say sorry, but I’ve come to realise that while its certainly easier to forgive if the person who hurt you apologises, its not necessary for forgiveness to occur. The bottom line is forgiveness is a choice we make – its not dependant on someone else’s actions, only our own.
For some like Tutu there is a deeply theological and spiritual basis to forgiveness, but it is in no way limited to those who think of themselves as religious. There is now significant empirical research that tells us forgiveness is not only relationally powerful, but it is important for our health and wellbeing. The ‘Arch’ has said that holding on to hate/anger/resentment is like drinking poison and then expecting the other person to die! Author Lewis Smede put it another way, ‘when we genuinely forgive, we set a prisoner free and then discover that the prisoner we set free was us.’
A forgiving spirit should characterise who we are at Trinity, both because we are an Anglican School which takes the Christian story seriously, but also because Trinity is a place where we want people to flourish! I mentioned before that forgiveness is not easy, but my hope and prayer is that forgiveness is something that will characterise Trinity more and more, as we work together to unify our community.
There are some wonderful books and resources on forgiveness if you want some help or encouragement along the way. A good place to start is Desmond and Mpho Tutu’s The Book of Forgiving which outlines a practical four-step process toward healing for ourselves and our world. You may also wish to check out the ‘Forgiveness Challenge’. Finally, please always feel free to reach out to me our members of the Chaplaincy or Counselling team if this is something you’d like to chat about.
You are the people of God; he loved you and chose you for his own. So then, you must clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience. Be tolerant with one another and forgive one another whenever any of you has a complaint against someone else. You should forgive one another just as the Lord has forgiven you
– Colossians 3:12-13 (The Bible)
Rev’d Matt Campbell
Director of Pastoral Care and Senior Chaplain
Harambee Dinner – Saturday 11 August
The annual Harambee Dinner is always a special night on the Trinity calendar. Together, we raise awareness and funds for our important local, Indigenous and international ministries. We encourage as many students, parents, OTGs and friends of our Trinity Community to come along and celebrate a wonderful evening together, listening and sharing the experiences of those with whom we walk in our local, national and international communities.
Tickets are $75.00 for adults and $50.00 for students, and can be purchased by clicking here.
We are also hoping to receive donations of items for our Silent Auction and raffle. If you have something you would like to contribute to the evening, please contact Tom Purcell, Director of Outreach and Assistant Chaplain.
Trinity Outreach Trips – Information Evening
Date: Monday 6 August
Venue: Arnold Hall Lecture Theatre, CBSE
Boys and Parents are invited to attend this information evening to learn more about Trinity’s upcoming Outreach Program Trips to the Philippines in December 2018, and East Africa in April 2019. Students in Years 9-12 this year, or who will be in these year levels next year are eligible for these trips.
Please contact Tom Purcell, Director of Outreach with any questions.
Welcome back for Term 3. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank our many volunteers for their dedicated and loyal service to our School so far this year … and in anticipation of what is yet to come!
Director of Development and Community Relations
Cafeteria – Volunteers Needed!
The Term 3 roster is now open and you can sign up by clicking here.
Thank you to all the parents who have assisted throughout the year. Please consider volunteering for the café. Duty runs daily from 9.30am until approximately 1.30pm.
Thanks to all who support the Trinity Shop and to our parent volunteers who provide this service. We next open on:
Thursday 2 August : 2.00pm – 4.00pm
- Pricing: Liz Beasley, Juli Moran, Vesna Xenitellis
- Sales: Libby Stobie, Elizabeth Trott, Catriona Wells
Thursday 16 August : 2.00pm – 4.00pm
- Pricing: Carolyn Crouch, Jane King, Jenny Bennett
- Sales: Monica Zhou, Yanxia Gu, Kate Jennings
Donations for the Trinity Shop may be dropped off at Reception during business hours. If you wish to volunteer in the Trinity Shop, please contact Susan Lane.
Year 12 Valedictory Dinner
All Year 12 parents should save the date for the 2018 Year 12 Valedictory Dinner which will be held on Tuesday 23 October. Invitations are on their way. Should you have any questions, please contact Sharon Kendall in Hudson House on 9854 3668.
2018 Oaks Day Committee
Please save the date for our annual Oaks Day Luncheon. This year we have booked Leonda.
Should you want to be involved in the day, we would welcome more volunteers and our next Oaks Day Committee meeting is this Thursday 2.00pm in Hudson House. Please contact Sharon Kendall in Hudson House on 9854 3668 with any questions.
Founders’ Day Fair
Sunday 18 November from 10.00am-4.00pm
This year, we are celebrating our diversity and the Fair will start with a Welcome to Country and smoking ceremony before bursting into a riot of colour, music, rides and delicious food and drinks.
There’ll be fantastic food trucks, more rides, great music, a photo booth, an expanded OTG Bar selling international beers and delicious cocktails, and a range of great displays and demonstrations that celebrate Trinity’s community.
Proceeds from the Fair will be directed back into our Harambee outreach programs, and also into our local community through initiatives such as Good Grub and SecondBite.
We would love to hear from you!
- Do you have an idea to include?
- Do you have a business that could be part of the Fair, e.g. a food truck?
- Would you like to be a part of the day and have a stall or display?
Fine Foods Stall
With tomatoes at the market and beautiful autumn fruit in season, it is the ideal time for plum, blackberry, pear, and tomato preserves.
The Fine Foods group, a fabulously welcoming and successful group of jam, chutney, marmalade and sauce producers for the Trinity Fair, would like to welcome any inquiries from new and familiar faces. Please contact Emma Drake or Sally James for more information.
The Plant Stall is holding a working bee between 2.30pm and 4.00pm on Thursday 26 July at the rear of Hudson House (corner of Wellington and Charles Streets). We’ll be potting up cuttings for the Trinity Fair – no experience or equipment necessary. Please drop in for any length of time to help us prepare for the Fair in November. If you can attend or would like to hear about future Plant Stall activities please contact Vanessa Solomon. We’d also love to hear from you if you can contribute cuttings or plants to the stall.
Year 9 China Group 1 Parents’ Dinner
We hope you can join us at the Year 9 China Group 1 Parents’ Dinner, for all parents of students in Forms A-D.
Date: Friday 27 July 2018
Venue: Jade Restaurant, 4 Walpole St, Kew
Cost: $46.50p/p Banquet Style Meal, drinks at Bar Prices, BYO – Bottled wine only additional $8 per bottle
RSVP: Tuesday 24 July by clicking here
Year 9 China Group 2 Parents’ Dinner
We hope you can join us at the Year 9 China Group 2 Parents’ Dinner, for all parents of students in Forms E-H
Date: Friday 17 August 2018
Venue: Jade Restaurant, 4 Walpole St, Kew
Cost: $46.50p/p Banquet Style Meal, drinks at Bar Prices, BYO – Bottled wine only additional $8 per bottle
RSVP: Monday 13 August by clicking here
NOTICES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Many thanks to those who have already submitted recipes for the Trinity Boys’ Own Cookbook. We have had lots of fantastic responses. While not all recipes can be included, we hope there will be a broad selection of dishes suitable for different mealtimes and seasons.
We invite you to submit your favourite recipe by clicking here by the end of Week 5 of this term (Sunday 19 August):
We would really like every recipe to be accompanied by a short (a few sentences) explanation of why this recipe is special to you, your family, or why it reminds you of a special time or place. Recipes can be simple (the Year 12s are planning a ‘toastie’ section!) or more complicated. They can be attributed to someone else or your very own invention.
Any questions can be directed to Mitre Captains, Max Alder and Sam Port via email@example.com