The School’s heritage-listed buildings are situated within wonderful leafy surrounds, making it a wonderful learning location with lots of nature-filled spaces
for students to explore.
We believe that the right education creates a life-long love of learning and prepares boys to take their place in the world as responsible, caring adults with good manners, self discipline, honesty and consideration for others.
Mr. Chris Wyatt
Whether you choose to enrol in our Pre-K programme or commence in Kindergarten, we aim to nurture and challenge your son on his Trinity journey. We recognise that boys need to be guided but also given the freedom to think for themselves and to develop a true sense of self. Individual achievements, and the importance of team efforts, are both highly valued.
Academically, we combine high class modern teaching methods, consistent with the International Baccalaureate’s Primary Years Programme, without forgetting the best of traditional values, delivering a thoroughly Christian education in a climate where every child can flourish, and find where their particular talents lie.
At Trinity, we seek to normalise a culture of learning from mistakes as an opportunity for personal growth. This means we encourage boys to embrace challenging opportunities, to choose the more difficult options, to seek feedback for improvement, and to identify what they can do today that they could not do yesterday.
All pupils are encouraged to achieve their best in academic, sporting and creative fields, while at the same time developing their social skills; manners, a respect for each other and those around them, kindness, helpfulness and a willingness to participate for the benefit of others.
About the Preparatory School
The Trinity journey can commence with Pre-K in the context of our Strathfield Preparatory campus, which adds significant value to a boy’s early learning, including access to specialist support, extensive co-curricular programmes, and conscious attention to values, skill development and structured play. As in our K-6 programme, boys access the International Baccalaureate’s Primary Years Programme (PYP).
The Preparatory School has been implementing the International Baccalaureate’s Primary Years Programme (PYP) since August 2010 when we became an authorised IB World School. The PYP is an internationally-recognised curriculum framework aimed at developing the learning attributes that prepare Trinity students for Middle and Senior School – and for the world beyond our gates.
Preparatory School hours
|Pre-Kindergarten||9:00am - 2:45pm|
|Kindergarten to Year Two||8:30am - 3:00pm|
|Years Three to Six||8:30am - 3:15pm|
Trinity Grammar School promotes the use of Public Transport options for students and staff.
The Strathfield Campus is 1.3km from Strathfield Station.
A number of older Preparatory School students make use of the public bus that departs from the bus stop immediately outside the School on The Boulevarde.
The Trinity School bus arrives and departs from the bus stop on Llandilo Ave outside the School.
For students with older siblings attending Trinity’s middle and senior school, a bus service operates between Strathfield and Summer Hill campuses.
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.