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Trinity News : April 2011
TRINITY NEWS 9 What a day for beginnings was the 31st January for our 2011 Year 7 group! First Quad Assembly, First Record Book, First issue of Stationery, First locker - First of so many new things, yet which, by the time these words are read, will have become second nature and you will be old hands! We all hope that you will progress well through your Secondary school years. Remember that as well as receiving much from the School you have much to contribute, for Trinity is not just a collection of buildings where you come to do lessons, but is a thriving community wherein all its members give of their talents, time and effort. Do not be just a passenger, as it were, who comes to school in the morning and goes home in the afternoon, but enter as fully as you can into the vibrant life of the School, and you will indeed have made a great beginning to this new phase of your life. Best wishes to you all! | Ron Ogier clockwise from top right: Nicholas Chan (7Mu) the first Year 7 boy to arrive for 2011 | Middle School Housemaster Matthew Hirst issues their first Record Book to his Year 7 Young House lads | Latin Classes! Back row (l-r) Max Veltro (Ho), Nathaniel Xue (Hi), Lachlan Rickards-Tang (Ho) – Front row (l-r) Lien Zhi (Hi) and Ben Crowhurst (Ho) TRINITY NEWS 9 Oh the great days in the distance enchanted...so runs the first verse of the famous Harrow School song. Whether the parents who took part in Swap Day 2011 regarded as enchanted their return to school routine for a day is debatable, but the over all reaction was positive as they gained an insight into the activities their sons engage in a on a normal school day. Attendance at Assembly and lessons, and coping with lockers and books were the experience of the mums and dads who fronted up for this unusual change in their routine. The Swap Day has value in that it gives parents a greater understanding of the hustle and bustle their boys negotiate each day, a point which their comments show they greatly appreciated. Of course, the boys concerned were off on an excursion: one wonders what would happen if they were to take over their parents’ routine some day! Our thanks to all who participated, and to all those involved in the Swap Day organisation. | Ron Ogier Harr i sonPage(7Yo)g l ad l yhandsoverh i sbagandbookstoDadM i chae l PageforSwapDay2011!MesdamesSarahDav i es( l )andKatr i naHard i nghavethe i rpad l ockcomb i nat i onsexp l a i nedtothembysonsAngus( l eft)(7Fo)andJasper(7Ho)Mr s Theo d o raM osch at os ( M i t chell/Fo), Mr B r uce Bu r gess (L a chl a n/Fo) a n dMrSt ephen B ar cl a y ( A n dr e w /Fo) MrA shley Luc a s’s G e r m a ncl a ss (l- r ) Mr s A nne tt e S mi t h (Ch r is t i a n7 H i), Mr s Sa sch a Thom a s( A lex a n d e r 7 H i a n dM ich a el 7 H i), MrN ichol a s Pa hos ( M ich a el7 H o) a n dMrR ich ardP egg, (Ch a i r m a n E lec t of t he S chool Council) FROM THE BEGINNING