Housed in a modern, purpose-built facility, the Junior School is adjacent to the Middle and Senior campuses, meaning our pupils can interact with the varied activities at the Senior School.
Mr. Mark Dunn
On any typical day, a Junior School boy has the chance to attend a high school maths or science club, watch a Cadet parade, observe a training session of the Sydney Kings basketball team in the Sports Centre, play with the full Symphony Orchestra or worship in the War Memorial Chapel.
Boys and teachers are excited to come here each day. It is a place of great friendship where every boy will find things they enjoy. For all of us here, Mind, Body and Spirit is more than a slogan. We are helping boys catch the excitement of learning, discovering God’s purpose for them and helping them grow into it.
The Junior School is a campus that grows as the boys grow, with new boys joining throughout the journey, especially at Years 3 and 5. Offering the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (PYP), we guide boys to become independent, inquiring learners. Most of all, we encourage each boy’s ownership of his learning, developing research and critical thinking skills that will accompany them through their journey at Trinity and into their adult life.
We are extremely fortunate to have a close-knit and supportive school and parent community and endeavour to maintain a strong connection between school and home.
We would be delighted to show you around the Junior School so you can experience for yourself the friendly and supportive atmosphere that underpins all we do – please contact our enrolments team to arrange a visit. You can also find information about joining the Junior School here.
About the Junior School
The Junior School has been implementing the International Baccalaureate’s Primary Years Programme (PYP) since August 2010 when it became an authorised IB World School. The PYP is an internationally-recognised curriculum aimed at developing the learning attributes that prepare Trinity students for Middle and Senior School – and for the world beyond our gates.
Junior School hours
|K-Y1||8.45am to 3pm|
|Y2-4||8.25am to 3pm|
|Y5-6||8.25am to 3.15pm|
Trinity Grammar School promotes the use of Public Transport options for students and staff.
The Summer Hill Campus is 1.5km from Summer Hill Station.
A number of older Junior School students make use of the public bus that departs from the bus stop immediately outside the School on Prospect Road.
Trinity School buses also arrive and depart from the bus stops on Prospect Road outside the School.
Trinity Grammar School is located on
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.