Filled with great excitement and anticipation, the Year 4 and 6 boys headed off on their first camp of the year to Camp Rumbug. The boys participated in a range of adventurous outdoor activities that challenged the boy’s communication and teamwork skills.
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 cricket community celebrated the end of the season with the inaugural Pink Stumps Day featuring two T20 games. Trinity’s Pink Stumps Day is a student-led initiative to raise money for the McGrath Foundation and the provision of Breast Care Nurses.
Live theatre returns to Trinity! Our 2021 Senior School play ‘Macbeth Re-Arisen’ has taken to the stage. Our talented and dedicated student actors and tech crew have delivered a powerhouse performance that brings a second life to the original Shakespearean tragedy.
We formally inducted our Year 7 students into our Senior School. Within the magnificent walls of St Paul’s Cathedral, surrounded by their family, peers, Principal, School Leaders and senior staff, these young men pledged acceptance of the Year 7 Oath.