An independent Anglican school for boys in Sydney, NSW

Welcome from the Headmaster

It is nigh impossible to capture the spirit of Trinity on the pages of a website. Glowing words on a digital screen, photographs of smiling, engaged boys – they are what you’d expect from a website of a school like ours.

You would expect to see academic rigour. To see a range of co-curricular activities. A thriving Preparatory and Junior school, where boys from Pre-K to Year 6 are nurtured. Outstanding IB and HSC results from our Year 12 young men after their time in our Middle and Senior school.

You can expect all that, and more. However, what you might find unexpected is my unwillingness to measure the success of our School by the success of our young men.

Why Trinity Grammar

At Trinity, we offer boys a thoroughly Christian education that guides them to a full life. We seek to raise men of character, who will care about themselves and our world. Informed by our Christian ethos, at Trinity every boy is individually known, cared for and guided to grow in mind, body and spirit. Trinity is about:

  • Challenge
  • Growth
  • Supportive, caring relationships
  • Character
  • Opportunities for every boy
  • Unique path to self-discovery
Years in preparatory, middle and senior school education
HSC and IB Diploma courses available
Performances held each year across drama, music and arts
Acres of school grounds and facilities combined across all 4 campuses

Life at Trinity

The reason Trinity offers such extensive co-curricular and curriculum choices, and why sport is mandatory for every boy, is not because all of these teach boys how to succeed.

Rather, it is because they teach them how to fail. How to persevere. How to engage with others. How to grow.

Growth as a whole person is what we’re about at Trinity. Making this growth a reality is why life at Trinity includes such a wide range of curricular and co-curricular programmes and experiences, challenging and supporting them in their journey through school, and equipping them for the world beyond.

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From the Headmaster

Co-education and single-sex schooling

I imagine that many in the Trinity community will have noticed the announcement earlier this week by Newington College that they intend to become co-educational in the years ahead. In response to the decision, some of the public commentary, and a number of queries that I was receiving, I wrote the following opinion piece that [...]

Sport in the life of our School

Sport is an essential element in our School’s educational vision. We have a particular focus on competitive team sports. There are recreational sport options open to the boys, where the focus is on participation and improvement, but all boys are required to put on the School colours as part of a team in at least [...]

Learning from the International Boys School Coalition

During the course of the mid-year break, along with a small group of Trinity staff, I attended the International Boys School Coalition (IBSC) annual conference in Auckland. The IBSC is comprised of nearly three hundred member schools across the world who are committed to advancing the education of boys in boys’ schools. You can read [...]

Trinity Grammar School is located on
Wangal Country.

We honour the sovereignty and connection to Country of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and pay respect to their Traditional Custodians and Elders past and present. As educators we acknowledge that learning has been taking place on this land for millennia.

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