Becoming a Trinity Parent
When your son joins Trinity Grammar School, Kew, you and your family become part of a vibrant, inclusive and welcoming community. A community for which Trinity is well-known.
Throughout your son’s journey at TGS, there will be a myriad of opportunities for you to engage with other parents and guardians, make new friends, share your skillset with others and simply enjoy being a part of the various festivities. Ranging from attending a spectacular event, volunteering on a parent committee or as a Year Level Class Representative, there is something to suit everyone.
The TGS Parents' Association
The primary objective of the Trinity Grammar School Parents’ Association (PA) is to support school initiatives, plan events and facilitate communication within the parent and guardian community. Upon a child’s enrolment, all parents and guardians automatically become members. All funds raised through the Association are used to support the students and the school.
The PA Committee is the umbrella organisation for the many sub committees which support special interest, co-curricular and key community events and gives parents and guardians a variety of forums to volunteer. All volunteers within the community are warmly welcomed and received with immense gratitude in whichever capacity they are able to offer.
Ways you can become involved:
- Cowey Club (Rowing)
- Founders’ Day Fair Committee
- Fine Foods Committee
- Friends of Drama
- Friends of F1 in Schools
- Friends of Harrambee
- Friends of Music
- Friends of Snowsports
- Friends of Visual Art
- Green and Gold Ball Committee
- Oaks Day Lunch Committee
- Secondhand Book Sale
- Secondhand Uniform Shop
- Trinity Kayaking Supporters
- Trinity TLC Community Support Group
- Year Level Class Representatives
A special message from the PA for World Teacher's Day 2021
This video was produced by Peter Lamont (Co-convenor of the Friends of Visual Arts) and includes voices from a cross section of students from the Junior and Senior Schools.