The culminating performance experience for 2020 was our Performing Arts Showcase held on Monday, September 14 in the Robert Hoff Hall.
Last week, I discussed how family support and a positive home environment contribute significantly to student success at school. This week, I have focused on how a student’s personal management skills contribute to their success at school.
As we return to a somewhat normal school term, with various school activities and external club activities back in action, we trust that students will find the balance they missed during the COVID shutdown.
I am sure you are, like me, caught up in the maelstrom of news over the last four to six weeks pertaining to COVID-19. On the one hand, you feel the need to remain informed via the news conferences and updates, but on the other hand, you are so tired of the conflicting messages and opinions coming from different parties.
So much has changed over these last eight weeks. Week one saw our staff and students returning from a well-earned summer break, rested and refreshed. Now our world and the media are filled COVID-19 related information and and there are vast changes to what we know as school life, and life in general.
By now you would certainly be aware of the panic buying of home essentials taking place state wide out of fear of being infected by COVID-19 and being quarantined for 14 days and unable to shop.
Trinity Lutheran College was one of three Independent Schools on the Gold Coast ranked in the Queensland Top 50 for the percentage of OP (overall positions) 1 to 5 students amongst the 2019 OP eligible students by the media.