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Trinity News : November 2011
22 TRINITY NEWS This year, a large number of boys have been fortunate enough to take part in a wide range of after school Visual Arts Clubs at the Preparatory School. In Terms 2 and 4, The Years 3 and 4 boys thoroughly enjoyed the ‘Drawing, Tricks and Techniques’ club and produced work inspired by their creative interpretations of the title, ‘Ceramics under the Ocean’. These boys also worked on their drawing skills and produced imaginative machine drawings. In Terms 1 and 3, The Year 5 and 6 boys were also able to further develop their drawing skills and absolutely loved the Stone Sculpture club. They used a range of carving tools such as; hammers, saws, chisels and rasps and carved their own Eastern Island head statues. I look forward to another amazing year of art making that will be on offer in after school art clubs for our boys. Gaby Franks | Art Teacher Each school holidays the Vacation Care programme at Trinity provides various opportunities for students to take part in activities and events where they are able to develop and grow relationships with their peers outside of the classroom. The September Vacation Care programme proved extremely successful. Over the 5 day programme we saw more than 250 boys as we took part in excursions and activities both on and off campus. Throughout the week the boys had the opportunity to explore Taronga Zoo, have Teppanyaki for lunch, enjoy the magical stage production of “Mary Poppins” and take part in a variety of team sports on the ‘Bouncy Sports Arena’. It has been wonderful to see the continued growth and interest in the Vacation Care programme. We are certainly looking forward to the upcoming school holiday period. | Victoria Johnson VACATION CARE