2021 | Term 1 | Week 1
January 29, 2021
One of the lovely aspects of this time of year is experiencing the revivification of the School community. Between Christmas and New Year there is no-one on the Summer Hill site, apart from my family and the security guard.
May I echo the many welcomes to the 2021 school year that I am sure have been extended to the School community over the course of this week, and especially to those 250 or so new families for whom this year is their first on the secondary campus or even their first at Trinity.
I extend a warm welcome to all parents and boys for the start of the 2021 school year from myself and the staff of the Junior School, and on behalf of the Head Master, Mr Bowden. I especially welcome 72 students and their parents who are new to the Junior School community this year. I hope that all families enjoyed a safe and happy summer break, whether you were able to get away for a holiday or had a ‘staycation’.
It has been great to welcome the boys back to School this week! Having spent a couple of weeks onsite working with teachers to get things ready, it has been so refreshing to have the boys’ energy filling the place again.
The Year 7 Start-up and Peer Support programme was conducted this week on-site at Trinity’s Summer Hill Campus. The activities were led by Senior staff, Housemasters, Peer Support leaders and external providers.
Do you have any historical photographs, maps or archival material relating to the Cooks River? If so, we’d love to hear from you.
It was wonderful to see the boys back at school this week and we loved hearing…
May I offer a warm and enthusiastic welcome to the new year. I trust you have enjoyed a marvellous time of rest and rejuvenation, and our boys are now ready to step, deliberately and with clear purpose, into their learning.
We would like to extend a warm welcome to all new students and their families, and…
FutureT 2020 – The Careers event that went ahead in 2020!
We congratulate our two Donald Holder Scholars announced last year at the Annual Awards, Harry Hartzenberg (6Ta) and Benjamin Loughnan (6Yo).
Welcome to sport at the Junior School in 2021. Yesterday the boys were involved in grade sport for Year 3 and summer sport trials (Years 4- 6).
Thursday 3 December 2020 – Sunday 6 December 2020 | SOPAC After four days of competition from our 43 competitors,…
To all Preparatory School families welcome to 2021. I do hope you enjoyed a relaxing and refreshing holiday and look forward to another year of music making from the Music Department.
We look forward to finishing off the Year 7 Trials this Saturday commencing at 8am sharp in the Sports Centre.
Streaming of volleyball and basketball fixtures continues in order to manage COVID.
Music is for everyone, says Michael McGregor, conductor, singer, violinist and now Trinity’s new Director of Co-Curricular Music.
With 2020 beginning to wind down and most looking forward to the Summer holidays, our Trinity junior swim team were preparing to race at one of their major meets for the 2020/21 Summer Season.
SOPAC 12-17 December 2020 Whilst most were relaxing during the Summer holidays, our competitive swimmers embarked…
Year 6 students are invited to trial for the junior School ISDA Debating team.
On Saturday, November 28, the First VII Team competed in the CAS Water Polo Trials at Knox Grammar School.
The Music School welcomes the start of 2021, with the resumption of Co-Curricular lessons and ensembles…
On Friday November 27, the Sports Experience community were granted the opportunity to visit and train at…
WEDNESDAY 10 FEBRUARY | 8pm to 9.30pm You are warmly invited to the Parents’ and Supporters’ Prayer Meeting…
Full details of dates and times of co-curricular programmes, can be found in the diary…
Week 1 3 Feb Kindergarten to Y6 Photos – New Students and School Office Bearers 4…
The preferred channel to report an absence is via the School app. If your son requires…
Canteen will only be available for students through FlexiSchools. There will be no use of physical money.
The Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment (the department) would like to advise you that a request has been made for your child’s school to provide residential address and other information as required under the Australian Education Regulation 2013 (Cth).