In school today, students are often asked to conduct independent research to answer a question, find out more about a subject, or to inform a presentation to their class. We know that the research process crosses curriculums and subject areas because finding information is necessary in every discipline - in school and long after, and … Continue reading The Research Process: don’t worry, it’s normal to feel this way!
HEY GENTS WHY NOT TAKE A ‘MO’ ….OR AN ENTIRE MONTH ...TO CONSIDER YOUR HEALTH STATUS! It’s that time of year again... Movember. Remember to prioritise your health this month. Come on! What could be more important ?... If you've been meaning to have that health check but just couldn't find a spare minute in … Continue reading THE MOVEMBER 2017 MESSAGE = “Stop Men Dying Too Young”
Divergent by Veronica Roth REVIEW BY FARHAN TAMBOLI (YEAR 8) This book is the first book in the Divergent series. It was written by Veronica Roth and published by Harpercollins. This book was released on the 25th of April 2011 and has 487 pages. This book also has a movie which was released in 10th … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW : DIVERGENT by V.Roth
Like all of us, even the librarycook can get struck in a rut. So the October issue of Delicious was perfect – featuring poke bowls, super foods, clean eating, and all those other icons of contemporary cuisine. But what to cook? Would it be the loaded sweet potato with broad beans and chilli? The ochazuke … Continue reading librarycook goes #hipster
Last term Miss Mileto visited the glorious (but cold) city of Melbourne. During her trip she stopped by the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) to check out the Katsushika Hokusai Exhibition. "Katsushika Hokusai is regarded as one of the most influential and creative minds in the history of Japanese art. His unique social observations, innovative … Continue reading Traveling Librarian: Hokusai Exhibition
Throughout Term 4 we will feature some of Trinity's most fascinating staff members as they describe their cultural tastes and library memories: My favourite author is …. Actually I don’t have just one, I like works by Isabelle Allende such as Paula and Eva Luna, because she uses magic realism in a sophisticated way. … Continue reading FACULTY IN FOCUS – WITH MS SMITH SERGY
Study+ now runs four nights a week and provides a nutritious meal in the dining hall followed by two hours of valuable supervision and support for students as they undertake assignments and homework. The Old Boys who contribute their time to help the current students form a cornerstone of the program and we are pleased … Continue reading TERM FOUR STUDY+
The travelling librarian – France and Germany – Or how many ways can a family holiday? Last holidays, I left cold and dark Sydney behind me for the warmth, sun and light of France and Germany. Over three and a half weeks I enjoyed a mix of food, architecture, history, thermal baths and hiking, and … Continue reading TRAVELLING LIBRARIAN with Ms Herlinger
This week we announced the three divisional winners of our Year 8 Micro-Fiction Competition. There were so many high-impact and creative pieces it was really hard to choose who would get the prizes but after much consideration we decided on the following: Joshua Butler of Stephenson took the first prize in the Postcard Fiction category … Continue reading Year 8 Micro-Fiction Competition Winners!
So, why DO the library staplers have names? As we welcome our latest stapler, Desdemona, it’s timely to ask the question – just why do we name our staplers? It’s a long story. Back in the distant past (sometime back in 2016), the library staff had finally had enough. We were sick of the never-ending … Continue reading WHY OUR STAPLERS HAVE NAMES by Ms Herlinger