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26 Jul 2021

St Paul’s Choir

St Paul’s Cathedral Choir Trinity has enjoyed an association with the St Paul’s Cathedral Choir since 1929, when thirty-eight choristers joined Trinity on full scholarships.  Since then, the tradition has continued with prospective boy choristers recruited from Trinity.   Entrance to the Choir is via a musical test at the Cathedral. The quality of a […]

24 Jul 2021

Debating and Public Speaking

Debating and Public Speaking Debating The debating program at Trinity Grammar School offers students a wide range of opportunities to develop their oratory and research skills, allowing them to confidently present a well-structured argument in a public setting. The skills attained are boundless and can only add to the character of our boys who present […]

24 Jul 2021

F1 in Schools and Energy Breakthrough

F1 in Schools and Energy Breakthrough F1 in Schools F1 in Schools is the world’s largest STEM competition, involving nine million students from 17,000 schools from all over the world. Teams are challenged to design, test and make miniature F1 cars capable of travelling at 80km/hr. Trinity’s Design and Technology Department offer an accelerated learning […]

22 Jul 2021


Harambee Harambee is a Swahili word that loosely translates as ‘all together we make a difference’ and has been adopted across Eastern Africa to mean any activity where the community comes together to help itself.  At Trinity, we have adopted this word as the name of our community outreach programs. Harambee was established in 2015 […]

6 Jul 2021

Year 10 Outdoor Education

As these fabulous photos show, our property in Licola and sites on the Murray and Gippsland Lakes provided our Year 10 boys with the perfect backdrop to learn more about themselves, their peers, to build resilience and foster environmental stewardship.

3 Jun 2021

Indigenous Art Initiative

As National Reconciliation Week draws to a close, we reflect on the theme, More than a word. Reconciliation takes action. At Trinity decades of commitment to Reconciliation has taken many forms and the School continues to support Indigenous students and incorporate ATSI history and cultural practice within the School.