From Mrs McLeary

What's going on at Trinity Before School?

Dr Cranky’s Back! - Friday 8.15am outside the church.

Trinity Catholic School has a Bike Hospital that will recycle donated bikes and give them to children and families that need them at the school. It will also do minor repairs for those needing them.

Dr Cranky’s will officially be running this week. We do have a few bikes which are ready to be given out to anyone who needs them. We mostly have bikes suitable for girls aged Yr 2-5. So if anyone is interested in getting a pre-loved bike please come along on Friday Mornings and see us. Also if you have any old bikes that you no longer use or have grown out of we are also happy to accept any donations if you have them; we have a few students who are in need of Full size bikes.

 

We are also always on the lookout for new volunteers - so if any parents/guardians have some time free on Fridays just before drop off, we would love to see you. Some knowledge of bike maintenance is useful but not essential.

 

FIT CLUB IS BACK FOR 2021!

Trinity Fit Club is a Free Before School Care program open to all TCS students every Thursday at 7.45am on the Oval or in the MPR if the weather is bad, with Mrs McLeary.

The children will take part in some exciting fun activities to get them moving. It's a great way to help you start the day and get your brain ready for learning!

Richmond Skippers Netball Club

 

Age: 2021 Girls in Year 3 or 4 

Training: Friday mornings 7.30-8.30am Trinity Primary School 

Games: Saturday mornings (8.30am) at Ryan’s Reserve Netball Courts on Swan Street, Richmond 

 

Background: 

We are two community minded women with a passion for netball, who live locally. We are interested in assisting young girls, who might not otherwise have the opportunity to get involved in netball, in the Richmond area. We recognise that it’s not always easy or possible to get involved in a team sport. But we also recognise how important it is for girls to get engaged in team sport before they reach secondary school, that the benefits of team sport go way beyond the realms of learning the rules of netball, but that they include fitness, mental health, making new friends, engagement in the community and the fun of competition. 

Richmond Skippers Netball Club has been going since February 2019 and so far we have three teams of girls, all from the Richmond area.  

We coach & train the girls, manage the team/s. We have some funding from Yarra council to cover fees and uniforms. 

We have Working with Children checks. 

Ms Rachel McLeary, PE teacher at Trinity, has been very involved & a big supporter of ours and I’m sure she would be happy to talk to you about the program, as would be any of the current parents.

Please contact Cecelia or Kate if you have any questions or are interested in joining on 

richmondskippers@gmail.com