As National Reconciliation Week draws to a close, we reflect on the theme, More than a word. Reconciliation takes action. At Trinity Grammar School decades of commitment to Reconciliation has taken many forms and the School continues to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) students and to incorporate ATSI history and cultural practice within the School.
We have long recognised that the children with whom we work come to the Early Learning Centre with many well-established skills, with great enthusiasm for learning, and an interest in their new environment and new friends.
Our Junior School is happy and vibrant and teachers work keenly to ensure the boys acquire literacy and numeracy skills as well as developing sound personal skills. A strong Buddies Program sees boys from Prep to Year 2 partnered with Year 5 or 6 students.
Every student should experience success and feel connected to each other, their teachers and the School. Sport, Music, Drama, Public Speaking, Technology, Solar Cars and the Outdoors Program provide opportunities for enjoyment, success and challenge.
News and Events
Our Year 7s and their mums enjoyed a special breakfast, to celebrate Mother’s Day. A highlight of the breakfast was a speech by our School Captain, Will and his Mum Tracey. You can tell from the lovely photos, each was equally happy to attend … there was a lot of love in the room!
The first students to enjoy our new Year 10 Outdoor Education Program have returned to campus, having shared some fantastic experiences!
This morning Trinity was represented by a group of Year 12 students and Mrs Susan Hill, Deputy Principal and Head of Senior School, at the Kew RSL ANZAC Day Ceremony. Our School Captain, Will and Co-Captain of Faith and Outreach, Archie, laid Trinity’s wreath to honour and remember those who served and gave their lives.