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eCare | email link
Kids Help Line | 1800 551 800 Cyber Safety Resources
Beyond Blue | depression, anxiety & substance misuse information and support Association of Heads of Independent Schools of Australia | Parenting tips
Headspace | Australia's national youth mental health foundation NSW Parents Council | the peak body representing parents of non-government school students
Reach Out | understanding mental health issues which may relate to you or those around you Michael Carr-Gregg | Psychologist specialising in the area of parenting adolescents and adolescent mental health
Sane | National charity site working for those affected by mental illness Parent Line | telephone counselling service for parents of 0 - 18 year old children
Help when you need it | a series of CDs from Dr Michael Carr-Gregg covering adolescent mental health issues The Successful Parent | information and skills for successfully pareting children & adolescents Successful Parent
Quit | health consequences of smoking & support for quitting smoking Anglicare | the urban mission care & community care arm of Sydney Anglican Church Anglicare
Youth NSW | Health and local activity information for young people NSW Police Youth Liaison Officer
Bullying.No Way! | support resources for the prevention of bullying Guidelines for teenage parties
Drug Education with Paul Dillon Safe Social Media use
NIRA
Kids Matter
 

Traditionally, an effective system of pastoral care has been regarded as the sine qua non of a good Independent School education. The School is concerned with the development of thewhole human being and articulates this through the symbol of the Trinity Triangle, in which the three dimensions of the triangle represent central components of human development: physical, intellectual and spiritual. In reality these three aspects are intricately interconnected. Similarly, the development of ethical and effective inter-personal and intra-personal skills is essential for our progress in each dimension. While this development is particularly relevant to religious and moral values, it is also necessary for our ability to cope with, and become resilient to, life issues.

Trinity caters for all these needs through:

> Pastoral Care System

> Trinity Educational Support Services (TESS) Academic and Counselling Support

> Careers Counselling

> Student Support Resources | accessible through the icon links at right >

> Parent Support Resources | accessible through the icon links at right >

> Helping Children with Grief | TESS Department Parent Information Series

 

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