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What does Physical Education look like during remote learning?

What does Physical Education look like during remote learning?

Holy Trinity comes 13th in the Knox Virtual Olympics!

Congratulations to the following students for winning a medal.

Scarlet Frodsham – Bronze Medal in Seated Basketball

Jarvis Krug – Silver Medal in Sock Put

Isabelle Watt – Bronze Medal in Sock Put

Zeke Stephens – Bronze Medal in Swimming

Xavier Monro & Partner- Gold Medal in Paper Ball Tennis

June Barker – Gold Medal in Hurdles


Holy Trinity students have also done a variety of exercises over the past few weeks, check out Zeke completing one of this week’s activities below.


Winter School Sports (T-Ball)

Winter School Sports (T-Ball)

Late last term students from Years 5 and 6 represented HT at T-ball. We won all 3 of our games with two of our games being close against Knox Park and Wattleview. In the final game we played Kent Park and won a bit more comfortably. It was great how after each game we shook hands with the other team and said GG (which means good game).

As a result of winning all three game we have qualified to play in the Division competition against the other winners of the District Competitions. This will take place on Thursday of this week.

Overall, we had a great time and are thankful to the other teachers and parents who helped with training and with running the day.

Winter School Sports (Netball)

Winter School Sports (Netball)

Late last term, a group of year 5 and 6 girls were chosen to represent HT in the Interschool Sports Netball Championships. decided to compete in the Netball. In the first game our team played Boronia K-12 and we won 3 to 1. In the  second game we played against Wattleview and we won 15 to 5. In our third and final game we played Knox Park and won again 14 to 3 meaning that we ended up winning all 3 games!

Overall, everyone enjoyed playing and was happy with how well we had played. We all learnt lots about how to play netball which was an amazing experience!  Also a big thanks to Mrs Rocha, Carly (Lyla’s mum) and Mrs Jekle for taking us there and to Mr D for training us!

Winter schools sports (AFL Mixed)

Winter schools sports (AFL Mixed)

Late last term a group of 5/6 students represented HT at the Interschool Sports for AFL. These games took place at the Fairpark ground on Lewis Road and overall we won two games and lost one. Sadly, we didn’t make it through to the Division playoffs but we still had lots of fun and did a great job with representing HT with so much pride. A big thanks must go to our wonderful parents who assisted with the day as well as Mr. B and Mr. D for helping to organise the day.

Here are some pictures of us in action …..

Winter School Sports (Soccer)

Winter School Sports (Soccer)

At the end of last term (Wednesday 26th June) a 5/6 boys and girls team represented Holy Trinity Interschool Sports for soccer. Both teams played extremely well with the boys making it through to the Division playoffs after winning all of our games. In the first game the HT boys played against Knox Park and after a tight early contest we won reasonably comfortably keeping them at 0. In our second game we played St. Judes and despite being 0 to 3 down at one stage we were able to achieve a remarkable comeback and win 4-3. In our final game the HT boys played against Scoresby and again we were able to win by a comfortable margin ensuring that we made it through to the Division championships.

The HT girls also played very well winning their first game against Knox Park and second game against St. Jude’s and in a close game they went down to Scoresby in their final game. This was a great achievement considering how many of our girls played their first competitive games on this day.

Overall, both HT soccer teams did themselves and our school proud with their performance and the way they represented our school on this day. Well done HT!!!!

House Cross Country

House Cross Country

On Friday 7 May the kids from years 3 to 6 participated in a house cross country at Egan Lee Reserve. Everyone did really well considering that it was a warm day. In PE lessons everyone had been preparing for weeks and many students were was really nervous.

The year 3’s and 4’s had to run 2km which was 2 laps around the track and the year 5’s and 6’s had to run 3km which was 3 laps around the track.

Some of the results were:

From year 3 Luke W got 1st for the boys and June got 1st for the girls.

From year 4 Darcy won it for the boys and Eden won it for the girls.

From year 5 Nathan won it for the boys and Ella D won it for the girls.

From year 6 Luke A won it for the boys and Sunny won it for the girls.

Sixty students will represent our school at the district country on 28th May.

Thank you to Mr D for organising the day very well and to all our wonderful parent helpers that assisted with running the event.

Here are some photos taken by our wonderful parent and teacher helpers from our recent cross country event……

Cross Country Photos Doc.

District Athletics

District Athletics

On Tuesday 27th April, a group of students from years 3 to 6 were chosen to represent Holy Trinity and St. Mary’s at the district athletics carnival. Our school competed against different schools in the Scoresby District at the Knox Athletics track.. Students were chosen to represent HT & St. Mary’s based on who came first or second during our school athletics day last term.

Some of the highlights of the district athletics competition were the performances of June (800m), Darcy (800m), Amelia F (1500m), Amelia W (shot put), Nathan (200m), Sunny (800m) with many, many more.

Amazingly, we had 17 students who came first or second in their selected events (A Division). These students qualified to compete at the next level where they will represent the Scoresby District at the Division Athletics Competition.

Overall, HT & St. Mary’s came fifth in the Scoresby District which is a a credit to everyone’s hard work.

Overall, Mr. D was very proud of the HT team in their wonderful efforts and particularly the outstanding encouragement they displayed towards both HT students and other competitors.

School Athletics Day

School Athletics Day

Last Thursday, (4th of March) all students in years 3 to 6 attended Ringwood Athletics track participate in our school athletics day.  This yearly event is an opportunity for students to learn and participate in a range of track and field events and the results are used to guide Mr. D (Our Sports Teacher) in selecting a school team to represent Holy Trinity and St. Mary’s at the District Athletics event next term. Some of the different events that the students participated in were discus, shot put, hurdles, high jump, long jump and triple jump as well as a range of running events such as the 100 metre sprint, 200 metre sprint and 800 metre run. Students competed against other students in their year level and the points they earned from each event contributed to overall house score.  After such a big day a big congratulations needs to go out to all our wonderful athletes and to Bunarong House (Gold) for winning the house trophy.

A big thank you must go to all the wonderful parents who gave up their time to help with the running of the day and for the staff with helping to make the day so smooth for everyone. Well done to  Mr. D and Mrs Patmore for organizing the school athletics day and to Lara for helping Mrs. Patmore with scoring.

Here are some photos that were take in on the day.

Friday’s School Assembly (6 March)

Friday’s School Assembly (6 March)

Hi everyone,

Here is Friday’s school assembly.  During our assembly we hear from some of our year 2 students who gave us a good reminder of making sure we show respect for our school by putting rubbish in the red wheelie bins.  We also heard from our sports leaders who will be starting some sports clubs during lunchtimes over the next few weeks as well as recapping our fabulous athletics day (unfortunately this part was not recorded). Congratulations to all our wonderful ‘Student of the Week’ and TORCH award winners who displayed so many great values that we try to use at school.

We are hoping to do a live streaming of our next Friday assembly in 2 weeks time so please keep an eye out for the link to this assembly via our school newsletter, Operoo and our school blog.

A big thank you to Rebecca and Mya for your wonderful photography and video work during Friendship Groups and at our assembly.

District Swimming 2021

District Swimming 2021

Yesterday (25th of February) 19 students from the years 4-6 went to Kilsyth Centenary Pool to compete in the Knox District Interschool Swimming championships.

Each Tuesday and Thursday morning since the beginning of term students went to Knox Leisureworks pool to tryout and practice our swimming so we were ready to compete.

Overall, it was an excellent result with Holy Trinity and St. Mary’s getting third place. Everyone swam amazingly and displayed great sportsmanship to the other schools.  18 of our students did such a good job that they will move onto the next level of competition –  Division Swimming that will take place on 3rd of March.

Thanks to Mr D, Mrs Rickard and the parents who helped set up and supported all the swimmers.

These were the Final Results for all the students

James G – 2nd Freestyle B, 2nd Breaststroke A, 1st mixed Relay
Darcy B – 3rd Freestyle A, 1st Breaststroke B, 1st mixed Relay
Maddie W- 3rd Freestyle A, 1st mixed Relay
Eden W – 4th Freestyle B, 1st mixed Relay
Jordan P – 4th Freestyle A, 4th Backstroke A, 2nd Boys Medley, 2nd Freestyle Relay
Lucas C – 1st Boys B, 2nd mixed Relay
Ella D – 4th Freestyle A, 2nd mixed relay.
Chloe M – 1st Freestyle B, 2nd Backstroke
Mitch B – 3rd Freestyle A, 2nd Backstroke A, 2nd Medley, 2nd Freestyle Relay
Max M – 1st Freestyle B, 1st Backstroke B, 2nd Medley, 2nd Freestyle Relay
Lyla M – 4th Freestyle A, 3rd Medley, 1st Freestyle Relay
Amy P – 3rd freestyle B, 1st Backstroke B, 1st Freestyle Relay
Zeke S – 1st Breaststroke B, 2nd mixed Relay
Jarvis K – 2nd Breastroke A, 2nd boys Medley, 2nd Freestyle Relay
Eve M – 2nd Breastroke A, 3rd Medley Relay
Holly R – 3rd Breastroke B, 1st Freestyle Relay
Matt A – 3rd Backstroke B, 2nd Freestyle Relay
Sunny B – 2nd Backstroke, 3rd Medley Relay, 1st Freestyle Relay
Amelia W – 1st Butterfly, 3rd Medley Relay.
Well done to our swimming captains Mitch and Eve!!
Here are a few photos from the day….
Virtual Wheels Around Victoria Family Challenge

Virtual Wheels Around Victoria Family Challenge

Congratulations to everyone who participated in the VIRTUAL WHEELS AROUND VICTORIA FAMILY CHALLENGE.

Those who participated rode a total distance of 471.94kms which is almost equivalent to riding from Knox to the New South Wales border near Mallacoota.

Awesome effort everyone, stay active and enjoy the beautiful weather.



Our next Activity Challenge is a FAMILY one that you can participate as often as you like and travel as far as you want in the week.

How far can we as a school community travel using our bikes, scooters, rollerblades, exercise bikes… any self propelled wheels may be used.

Challenge starts today and finishes next Friday.
Good luck and have fun.

Click on this link for all the details.



Hi Everyone,

Have you participated in our VIRTUAL HOUSE FUN RUN yet?

All entries close this Thursday night.

Fill in the google form sent to you addressed to your student email.

Remember you only need to do ONE 30 minute run. (NOT one each day!)

So get out in the fresh air and walk/jog/run for 30 minutes and enter your distance covered.


CONGRATULATIONS to the 93 students who have already logged their distances, but we need lots more.

So far our Year 1 and Year 5 students seem to be our most active.

DOMINIC (RED House) and followed closely by Bunurong (GOLD House) seem to be doing the best in the Virtual House Fun Run SPIRIT award, judging by the photos and videos I have received. Well done and keep sending in your photos and videos to

As a whole school we are also competing against Wantirna South PS and St Bernadettes. So everyone, from Prep to Year 6 let’s get active and participate.




Virtual House Fun Run

Virtual House Fun Run

Next week (beginning on Thursday 14 May) every student will be encouraged to participate in our school virtual house fun run. Each student will be encouraged to exercise for a 30 minute session sometime during this week and record how many metres they ran/jogged/walked for in the Google form (the link for this will be sent out next week).

Please view the following videos to tell you more about this special event.


Welcome to Week 4 of our home learning program

Welcome to Week 4 of our home learning program

Welcome to week 4 of our home learning program. I hope everyone had a nice restful weekend and are energised for the upcoming week of learning. Just a reminder if you have not already done so to please download the Moovosity app (if you are using a tablet) as this will be used for our PE learning this week. We will be sending home more information about how to use Moovosity early this week.

Also, below is our Class Google Meet timetable for week 4 for your information.

Just a reminder for any student who might be joining a Google Meet with an LSO you may wish to view the following video …..

Have a great week everyone!

Active April in our Home Learning Program

Active April in our Home Learning Program

This week on the school blog Mrs. Harrison put a great activity involving the students participating in creating a fitness activity on a footpath or a space with concrete or asphalt. This is all part of our focus of keeping active during the month of April even during our COVID19 lockdown.

Here is what some of our families have been doing …..

Please continue to send through your active pictures to Mrs Harrison at and if you would like me to put this onto the school blog to send it to Mr Mullavey at The more photos we can have the better.

Thanks to everyone for your ongoing support.

Welcome to Week 2 of our Home Learning Program

Welcome to Week 2 of our Home Learning Program

Hi families,

I hope everyone had a restful weekend and are ready for another big week of learning. Hopefully, a couple of these might bring a smile to your face as you prepare for another week of learning from home.

Below this post is each year level’s lesson structure for this week. As you get started for this week ahead please keep in mind to allow time to be active. Below this post is one from Mrs. Harrison about a great little activity you can do with your family when outside enjoying the beautiful autumn sun. Please feel free to share any photos or videos of these activities with Mrs. Harrison at I will also put together a photo gallery of some of your activities so if you would like to also share these with me at I will endeavour to upload these photos onto the school blog.

Thank you and enjoy week two of our home learning program.

Fun family footpath fitness

Fun family footpath fitness

Hi everyone,

I hope you’ve been able to make the most of our beautiful Autumn weather this weekend by getting out for a walk, run, scoot, bike ride or just play in the sunshine.

I thought I would share a fun activity you might like to try this week. Please click on the video below to find out what you need to do.

All you need is chalk and a driveway or footpath.

Feel free to send any photos/videos of you being active to me at If you also choose to send any of these onto Mr. Mullavey at he will place the photo on the school blog.

Keep active and enjoy being active.

From Mrs Harrison