Trinity's Strategic Priorities 2016 - 2018 Survey

The purpose of this survey is to inform the development of Trinity’s Strategic Priorities 2016 – 2018.

To assist in this important process, we invite you to participate in a brief survey by considering the following questions.  Participants will remain anonymous, and the answers to these questions will be collated and analysed to inform the process.

Thank you for participating in our survey.  Your feedback is important to us.  The survey will remain active until 24th July 2015.

 

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HAVE A SAFE AND ENJOYABLE TERM 2 SCHOOL BREAK

Term 2 ends Friday 26th June. 

School resumes for Term 3 – Tuesday 14th July

UNIFORM SHOP WILL NOT BE OPEN ON MONDAY 13TH JULY. 

UNIFORM SHOP WILL RE-OPEN ON THURSDAY 16TH JULY  3PM – 6PM

Dear Parents & Friends,

In the busy-ness of everyday life, it can be hard to find the time to really reflect on what matters most for you and your family. That’s why in this issue we want to share one dad’s guiding principles on how to live life well and be the best parent you can be.

We also showcase the inspiring work taking place in a small parish school in the Wilcannia-Forbes Diocese and we have some handy tips for being an ‘engaged’ parent.

Linda McNeil
Acting Executive Director

Read more: Parent Talk - June 2015

 

L to R: Chloe Crombie, Kelsie O’Neil, Amy Nicholls, Maddison Seaman, Pierce Martin and Billigaboo Elsworth,

Judge, Owen Gamble and Roseville Ram, Lochlan Ramm, Grace Cummins, Jack Hart, Tareq Sorial

(Photo courtesy of Michael Pugh Photography)

The Trinity Catholic College Goulburn Sheep Show Team have once again triumphed in the show ring, this time at the NSW State Sheep Show at Dubbo.  Their continued success has followed on from both the Canberra and Sydney Royals, where students exhibited and won Corriedales to win Championship classes and also had top 10 finishes in the Junior Handler classes. The experience in Dubbo was no different.

Read more: Trinity Triumphs at NSW State Sheep Show

Billygaboo Elsworth

Front:  Lochlan Ramm, Chloe Crombie, Lilly Holmes, Breanna Hickey, Kelsey O’Niell, Amy Nicholls, Owen Gamble

Back: Mr Richard Carter, Mrs Rachel Smith

It was that time of year again and the students from Trinity Catholic College Goulburn went to the Royal Sydney Show to exhibit Corriedale sheep although this year’s show was no ordinary show.  2015 is the Centenary Year of Gallipoli and also Corriedale sheep in Australia.  Corriedale was the main source of crossbred wool, used to make the uniforms for our first Anzacs and Anzacs continued to wear wool to war until after the Korean War.  To commemorate, the Corriedale Society had a display in the sheep pavilion showcasing woolen coats from the First World War and just how valued wool was by the Anzacs.

Read more: Trinity Catholic College Corriedale Show Team

Photo: Gabrielle White, Meg Divall, Emily Lavis, Harry Divall, Savannah Roberge-Boutsikakis, Jess Lavis (Brendan Hart – absent)

5 o’clock early morning starts did not deter the Trinity Catholic College Cattle Show Team of Harry Divall, Meg Divall, Savannah Roberge-Boutsikakis, Gabrielle White, Brendan Hart, Jess Lavis and Emily Lavis from enjoying their Sydney Royal Easter Show trip. Feeding, mucking out beds, washing and preparing cattle for both Cloverlee Poll Hereford stud, Greenleaf Angus Stud and the College steer kept us all busy.

Read more: Trinity Catholic College Cattle Show Team

A limited stock of new overcoats have arrived.

They complement the existing uniform, being ¾ length Navy Blue, and do not override the requirement of Blazers being worn to and from the College.

In order to enable greater versatility we have not put the crest on the overcoats.

For a limited time they will be sold at cost price of $150.00

Touchstone Publication is now available to view online.  Select the 'Touchstone' link above to access the ePublication.

 

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