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Trinity News : April 2008
TRINITY NEWS 41 At the beginning of each New Year, we assemble all of our little Lewisham boys on the playground equipment and take a photograph in order to document the growth of our little School. Although this exercise has become increasingly dif?cult with so many new boys each year, it is a startling reminder to us of how our Campus has grown in number in a relatively short time. Indeed, 2008 may be the last time we can take a photo and ?t everyone in! A new year, many new boys, several new staff, lovely new resources and new Units of Inquiry to embark on together…all is good in the Lewisham World! Sue Floro | Infants Co-ordinator GROWING…GROWING…GROWING The start of the 2008 academic year has begun with the Junior School once again in- creasing its overall enrolment numbers. There are currently 235 students enrolled from Pre Kindergarten to Year 6 at the Junior School. The greatest area of growth has once again been the Lewisham campus. Considering we started at the beginning of 2006 with 12 students, it has been a remarkable climb to our current enrolment of 72. The increase in numbers, especially at Pre Kindergarten, has necessitated an increase in staf?ng. Mrs Sasha Cuthbert has joined the staff from Northside Baptist Early Learning Centre. Mrs Sally Bailey, who worked part time in Term 4 2007 is also working full time now in Pre Kindergarten. Mr Suliasi Niulala, who worked on Year 4 at the end of 2007, has moved to Year 2. A few weeks into this term we farewelled Mrs Helen Wills who gave birth to her ?rst child, a daughter, Mia Grace. At Summer Hill, Mrs Nadia Sarol has joined the staff from Greenacre Public School where she taught the OC class for the past few years. Mrs Sarol herself at- tended MLC as a student. This year she is teaching Year 6. 2008 is promising to be another successful year in the Junior School’s short history. Martin Lubrano | Master of the Junior School JUNIOR SCHOOL CONTINUES TO GROW