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Trinity News : November 2011
4 TRINITY NEWS The planning and organising of events for our parent body have been under way for a few months now. We have held a number of breakfasts for Year 4 parents of our Preparatory and Junior schools. These functions are a great way to meet parents and friends in a relaxed and pleasant environment. It is also a good way for the Head Master to speak on a one-to-one basis to those who were able to attend about The School’s vision and plans for our Centenary celebrations and beyond. Last Term the Head Master met with parents from the Year 4 Preparatory School in the picturesque Pavilion room. Following this, the Head Master met with Year 4 parents from the Junior School in the Dining Hall. Both these breakfasts were well attended and thank you to the staff from both the schools for supporting us. For those parents who were able to attend, the feedback has been very positive as they enjoyed being able to talk to other parents, meet staff who attended and also speak to the Head Master over a cup of coffee and croissant. Our goal is to reach as many parents as we can as our Centenary year approaches. Many more functions are planned for the next few terms, so I encourage all parents to support us in celebrating our 100 years.Our next function, scheduled for the end of November, will be to meet with Junior School parents of Year 3 and 5 students in the Dining Hall at Summer Hill. Trinity Grammar is blessed with many fine facilities, wonderful staff and students, and a very active and supportive parent body. We need to continue to find new ways to develop the boys mentally, spiritually and emotionally, as well as physically. We also need to continue the development of the physical aspect of the School to keep pace with expectations of both boys and parents. We look to the parents and Old Boys of Trinity Grammar to support us in our drive to provide our boys with the best possible facilities, enabling them to compete with other like-minded schools. Fundraising is an essential part of any school. We are looking, therefore, for all parents, Old Boys and friends of the School to help us reach our goal of building an Aquatic Centre of which we can be proud. More details of this will be forwarded to you in the near future. I extend an invitation to you to partner with us in reaching these goals for Trinity. Simply fill out your details and to what extent you are able to support us; your gift will be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your continued support of Trinity Grammar School. Detur Gloria Soli Deo George Ayoub Director of Development DEVELOPMENT Society becomes great when people plant trees in whose shade they may never sit Greek Proverb 1913 - 2013