We asked the School's Executive for their top book picks on leadership and personal growth. Here are their recommendations: Student Centered Leadership, by Viviane Robinson. Recommended by Debbie Williams, Academic Dean. Call number: 371.2 ROB. Humilitas: A Lost Key to Life, Love, and Leadership, by John Dickson. Recommended by Bradley Barr, Deputy Head Master, Summer Hill. Call number: 179 DIC. Professional … Continue reading Must-Read Book Recommendations from the School’s Executive.
Think To direct one's mind towards someone or something; use one's mind actively to form connected ideas. Play To engage in an activity for enjoyment and recreation rather than serious or practical purpose. Discuss To talk or write about a topic in detail, taking into account different issues and ideas. As a librarian... I am … Continue reading Think | Play | Discuss
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!
Trinity Grammar School’s Arthur Holt Library has found a unique way to engage the school community and give them the opportunity to meet authors, discuss books and enjoy breakfast all before the working day begins. Trinity's Books at Breakfast events captivate audiences by inviting accomplished authors to visit the school and address students, parents and … Continue reading Trinity’s Books @ Breakfast events captivate audience