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Trinity News : April 2011
20 TRINITY NEWS Pastor et Grex ...the Shepherd and his flock. This concept reaches right back through history, even to the time when looking after herds and flocks was more or less a family concern, with the shepherd knowing his charges by individual names, as stated by Jesus in John 10:3. This concept of individual care is well established at Trinity, where the Pastoral Care system we use ensures that the School’s organisation is such that the House Tutor, echoing the role of the shepherd, knows the boys in his care very well, and has their welfare as his main concern. Pastoral Care Week, held in Term 4 2010, was a time when extra emphasis was placed on pastoral activities, and through many and varied sessions the boys’ attention was focussed on social attitudes concerning leadership, bullying, drug and alcohol use, rights and responsibilities , career planning, School support structures and much more. Visiting speakers augmented the discussions led by staff. Though of course pastoral care is ongoing throughout every week, this special Week is designed to provide greater awareness among the School Community of important matters which are beyond the scope of “Reading, Writing and Arithmetic.” | Ron Ogier clockwise from top: Future Master Chef or Scientist! Andrew Bow (8We) dissecting a part of the brain! | Mr Paul Dillon, a noted communicator, with the Senior boys spoke on the dangers of drugs and alcohol abuse | Mufti Days give the boys a chance to donate to various charities PASTORAL WEEK 2010