Pastoral CareAt Trinity College we recognise that Pastoral Care is paramount to developing and nurturing the personal and social development of each student. Emphasis are put on the nurturing of relationships trough communication with students, teachers and parents and/or caregivers. This includes general monitoring of students’ overall progress (academic, personal and social) and through specific pastoral and support systems.
Pastoral Care teachers connect with students once a day in Pastoral Care sessions and assemblies. Students are connected to the Google Classroom “Secondary Information” page that provides them key information such as devotions, daily notices, digital documents, policies, key dates and events information.
Students who go above and beyond are recognised for going the extra mile. Teachers carefully select students to receive a 101 award when students have put in that extra degree. Students are awarded 101 awards for putting extra effort, care and attention into their work, relationships or actions. The principle is founded by Sam Parker (InspireYourPeople.com’s co-founder).
His best-selling book and message inspire people to dig deeper and make great things happen, for themselves and those around them. Teachers encourage students to be 101 in their actions towards their parents, schoolwork, teachers and friends