At Trinity, there is always a lot going on in the life of the School.
Thankfully, most of it is about the boys and their learning in the
context of the School community.

Trinity’s facilities are best experienced during an Open Day visit,
or exploring here what happens in each of the facilities, rather than the
buildings themselves.

WHAT TRINITY HAS TO OFFER

Trinity's facilities include:

School of Science

Trinity offers outstanding facilities for Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Geology.

Our Science Department works to ensure that all students understand how science influences their lives and to enable them to use their knowledge of science and its methods in future problem-solving and decision-making. Through formal instruction, class discussion, and laboratory investigation, we seek to cultivate a lifelong curiosity about the world.

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School of Music

“The Roderick West School of Music”.

Trinity offers one of the most dynamic and impressive Performance programmes both in New South Wales and Australia and, in terms of student participation, is one of the most comprehensive. Commitment of students and staff to achieving excellence in the area of performance has earned them an impressive reputation.

Operating in purpose built facilities, all of the School’s ensembles rehearse in specialist areas in The Roderick West School of Music. This includes large Orchestral, Band and Choir rooms – each of which has been acoustically treated and wired for digital recording – twenty Practice and Ensemble rooms, Composition spaces and a specialised Music Library.

Drama and Production Centre

“The James Mills Drama Centre”.

Trinity offers a rich Creative Arts programme, with a variety of drama and production environments. Acting, Playbuilding, Scripting and Dance are catered for as well as specialist video and audio recording, and post production facilities including a Television Studio.

Long before Art or Music were mandated as part of a curriculum, Trinity has been providing opportunities for boys to experience fine Art and Music taught, encouraged and fostered by some of the most passionate and expert staff in the country.

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Library Services and Facilities

Trinity is a community of readers. The libraries across our 3 campuses deliver a range of programmes, services and resources that enhance student learning outcomes, supporting teaching and learning and encouraging students' reading experiences.

Our Senior and Middle, Junior and Preparatory libraries are designed with three core user experience elements in mind; Functionality, Flexibility and Connectivity. The fully flexible spaces provide a range from quiet study to group collaboration, including modern, soft furnishing reading zones as well as class and small meeting areas.

The Design Centre

Catering for Technological and Applied Studies (TAS) and Visual Arts Programmes at Summer Hill, the Design Centre offers industry-standard equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, CNC routers and CAD/CAM technology.

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Sporting Facilties

Trinity’s sporting facilities are state-of-the-art and, with the support of professional coaches and staff, enable boys to develop and succeed to elite level in one or more sports. Summer Hill campus offers:

  • three playing fields at Summer Hill campus
  • two Rugby Ovals
  • two Cricket ovals
  • a FIFA-approved full size Football synthetic playing surface, also used for Cricket in Summer
  • all-weather Running track
  • 2 gymnasiums including Volleyball courts
  • Aquatic Centre: 50m Olympic pool with uniform 2m depth for Water Polo plus indoor Swimming and Diving complex
  • Strength and Conditioning centre
  • Indoor and outdoor Basketball courts
  • Long Jump pits
  • 10 synthetic Cricket Nets
  • High Jump facility
  • Shot Put circle
  • Discus throwing cage
  • Offsite Trinity Tennis Centre: 6 courts and a clubhouse at Ashbury
  • Squash court
  • On-site Physiotherapy facility

Preparatory Year 5 and 6 Learning Centre

The Centre provides greater opportunity for differentiated, individualised learning as Years 5 and 6 boys prepare for the transition to Middle School.

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The Field Studies Centre, Woollamia

Located on the NSW South Coast near Huskisson, in the environs of Jervis Bay, Trinity’s Field Studies centre sits on a 50 hectare property and offers a range of accommodation buildings and teaching spaces:

Read more about Trinity’s term-long, Year 9 Field Studies residential programme.

A major development of the Summer Hill campus

The Renewal Project

Trinity has begun a planning process to reimagine education for the next 20-30 years.

Our buildings have provided great service to generations of students. However, education in and for the 21st century has new demands and challenges.

Plans include:

  • A new 5-storey building at the heart of the campus, a focal point for teaching and learning activities to challenge, encourage and develop our students. It will be nestled between the existing Assembly Hall, School of Music, Sports Centre and North Quad Building and will replace a mostly 2-storey building, known as ‘New School’, (though built in 1982), that is currently at this location. The Assembly Hall, School of Music, and North Quad Building, along with the Library, Drama Centre and Founder’s Building, will all in stages enjoy some refurbishments as part of this development.
  • Improved east-west and north-south linkages across the school grounds, and enhanced outdoor spaces for the Junior School
  • More accessible connections between the Junior School, car park, ovals, a new reception point, a multipurpose space and basketball court
  • The historic precinct around the Quadrangle and War Memorial Chapel will be preserved and enhanced, making this an even more inviting gathering space for students

SOME OF OUR FAVOURITE PICS

Our facilities in use