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Wednesday, December 09, 2020

As we embark on this journey of exploring Grade 12 Drama, there is excitement in the air. Trinity College School and the Grade 12 Drama class, under the direction of Mr. Bill Walker, have been invited to participate in an exploration of a new play, sponsored and guided by the National Theatre U.K. The program is known as Connections 2021.

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Tuesday, December 08, 2020

Results have been announced from the regional competition of DECA Ontario. The top 120 in each individual and principle oral event and the top 100 pairs in the team oral events advance on to Provincials. Trinity College School’s DECA Chapter had an impressive showing, with 18 students qualifying.

Placing in the top 120 in individual and principle events were:

  • Kaitlyn Chan (...
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Tuesday, December 08, 2020

Throughout the months of October, November and December, Trinity College School’s prefects have been helping to bring some sunshine to these colder days with weekly “Themed Thursday” events. Senior School students are encouraged to wear clothing based on the theme, while the prefects plan fun treats to distribute after classes.

To ward off the impending winter weather, “Summer Vacay”...

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Tuesday, December 08, 2020

We are pleased to report that the Junior School’s Christmas fundraising initiative to collect donations to support local families has raised $3,850 in money and gift cards!

This funding will help families right here in Northumberland County this Christmas, through the Giving Tree program as well as the community meal organized by the Green Wood Coalition. With your...

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Tuesday, December 08, 2020

As is tradition during Trinity College School’s annual Week Without Walls, each year the service learning office hosts a special guest speaker. This year, while the week of service beyond the School’s walls was not possible due to COVID-19, the community still gathered virtually on Wednesday, December 2nd, 2020, to welcome our second guest speaker of the year, Anthony Johnson. As an artist,...

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Thursday, December 03, 2020

This year, in Grade 8, we have started our Hearts and Minds Project. We started by doing a "bus stop" activity, where we considered our opinions on two different important issues in our world. We had to think critically about our choice, just like we will in our real project. People felt it was useful because it gave them an idea of others' opinions and to consider their point of view. 

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Wednesday, December 02, 2020
Cultural Awareness Group members have fun learning with a Kahoot quiz

The languages and culture department at Trinity College continues to encourage students to learn, hear, speak and see through dynamic and engaging teaching models. Teaching language is an active, dynamic and performative practice. The classroom becomes as a stage, with the teacher and students alike breathing life into their language experience. The team is using a method that teaches language...

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Wednesday, December 02, 2020

This year’s Movember campaign at Trinity College School built on the success of previous years, with a group of more than two dozen students and staff banding together to raise more than $2,100.

Beginning on November 1st, Team TCS 2020 took on the challenge of growing Movember moustaches to raise awareness and funds for a range of men’s health issues. As well, participants were able to...

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Wednesday, December 02, 2020

The Trinity College School Dance Troupe was invited for the first time to participate in the Santa Claus Parade celebrated in Port Hope on December 1st. Due to COVID-19 protocols, the Christmas parade was a very different experience from previous years. It was a stationary parade in which families were able to drive by the floats and performers to experience the joy of this holiday season. ...

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Wednesday, December 02, 2020

Like most Langmuir Cup events at Trinity College School this year, the highly anticipated House Debates program underwent a makeover of sorts – mostly to accommodate the pandemic, but also to re-imagine the School-wide scoring rubric, ensuring greater fairness and consistency of scoring across campus. The modified format, called “fishbowl debates,” required that houses select two Senior (...

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