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← Term 4 Newsletter 24/11/2016 Issue 18

FROM THE
PRINCIPAL MRS TSAE WONG

Excellence in Education – be the best we can be

Last Friday, we celebrated the Class of 2016 completing their schooling journey with a moving chapel service. There was lots of reminiscing, with wonderful memories captured in speeches, and words of encouragement, appreciation and acknowledgement given to parents, staff and students. At the Graduation Luncheon, the President of Trinity Alumni Auxiliary, Angela Tyler (Class of 1996), spoke to the students and welcomed them into the Trinity Alumni family. Her wise words of encouragement were well-received by the soon to be, youngest cohort of alumnus. During Graduation Night, we honoured members of the Class of 2016 with citations capturing their Trinity journeys, be it two years or thirteen years! I had the privilege of shaking each of their hands and wishing them God’s blessings for their lives after Trinity.

The Class of 2016 has achieved outstanding results all round, with the following statistics compiled to date:

  • University scholarship offers: 3 (Some major university scholarships are yet to be announced.)
  • University places received: 29 (Offers made based on their school results and successful completion of university semester units)
  • Diplomas achieved: 7 (These qualifications provide students with direct entry to relevant university courses)

All these achievements were awarded to a cohort of 96 students. We are so proud of the Class of 2016 for their dedication to their studies and chosen sports and arts.

This week, we also celebrated the wonderful talents and achievements in sports, performing arts, service and citizenship and academics of our Years 4 to 11 students at our annual Celebration of Excellence. The students worked diligently throughout the year and are very deserving of these accolades and achievements.

These wonderful achievements are made possible by the unwavering support of their parents, staff, coaches and tutors; so our thanks and appreciation are in order.

Don’t forget to join us tomorrow (Friday, 25 November) for the P&F Families’ Christmas Carols and Fun Fiesta. Let’s raise our voices along with the students to sing Christmas carols and be reminded of the significance of Christmas – the birth our saviour, Jesus Christ.

As this is the last newsletter of 2016, I wish everyone a blessed Christmas and a wonderful New Year.

Mrs Tsae Wong
Principal

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Middle & Senior Years


Early & Junior Years


Faith Matters


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Sport


P&F Auxilliary


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