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Trinity News : April 2012
On Friday 10th February, we inducted the 2012 School Officers in a Chapel Service here at Strathfield. Mr Cujes spoke about leadership and the model of service that we espouse for our leaders at the School, modelled on the service of Christ. All of our Year 6 students are in essence leaders amongst the Trinity student community. They set the standard and they will be looked upon as the example for all other boys to follow. They will form wonderful buddy relationships with the boys in Kindergarten and this is always a highlight for both the Kindergarten and Year 6 boys. A large number of parents and family and extended family members joined the boys for the Service and morning tea. It was wonderful that the School Captain, Dimitri Sidiropoulos, was in attendance. Dimitri was a Preparatory School student from Pk – Year 3 before transferring to the Junior School. Martin Lubrano | Master of the Preparatory School SchoolOfficersInduction The Preparatory School Officers for 2012 are; School Captain | Nicholas Pavic Vice Captains | William Bonaccorso, Cameron Tam School Officers | Koray Cankurt, Alexander Douglas, Rhys Halkidis, Annan Lertsumitkul, Benjamin On The House Officers are: Archer House Captain | Calvin Li Vice Captain | Harrison Haritos Henderson House Captain | John Nassif Vice Captain | Christian Nicolaou Hilliard House Captain | Thomas Corias Vice Captain | Alexander Kolesnikoff School House Captain | Philip Kyriacou Vice Captain | Ayush Nair It’s hard to believe that the Intensive English Centre has been running for almost a year now. The after-school English programme, which is designed to assist boys from both ESL (English as a Second Language) and NESB (Non-English Speaking Backgrounds) backgrounds with their English, continues to be very popular. The philosophy of the IEC is to provide specialist, professional English lessons in a small group environment to enhance the acquisition of English language skills. It is a quality and cost-effective alternative to the many coaching colleges. The IEC aims to strengthen and consolidate classroom content through a skills- based syllabus. I would like to thank the classroom teachers at the Preparatory School for supporting the IEC and helping to promote it to parents of boys needing the additional support. If you would like to find out more about the IEC, please visit the Trinity Homepage at www.trinity. nsw.edu.au. Tim Ricketts The Intensive English Centre (IEC) Celebrates First Birthday 26 TRINITY NEWS