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Listen, learn, and embrace change

One student’s Sorry Day appeal A Year 11 student has made an eloquent Sorry Day plea for Trinitarians to stand shoulder...


Books “saved my life”

Jailed author’s tale of reading to survive When Sean Turnell says he owes his survival to books he does not do...


Weekend Sports Roundup | Fencing gold

Thomas Deller (11Ho) has won two gold medals at the NSW School Fencing Championships. He took out both the U16 Foil...


Taking the first steps in a lifelong career | Trinity’s Career Expo

When you walk into Trinity’s annual Career Expo, you’d be greeted with a sight that is familiar to senior students...


Weekend Sports Roundup – Volleyballers on top

Trinity volleyballers are in top form in an expanded competition while AFL teams have scored strong wins in their first...


I spy with my little eye … 

Something beginning with O. Opportunity.  Lying is rarely a good idea. But if you must tell a lie, the last person...


Weekend Sports Roundup – A night to remember

One of the School’s most exciting nights of basketball ended in a 72-90 loss to Newington but will be remembered...


Long jumper leaps into Aussie team

Trinity long jump sensation Mason M has been selected as the youngest member of the Australian team for the World...


Trinity Grammar School wins best workplace award

Trinity Grammar School has won a key “best workplace” award after the School’s employees reported “exceptional” levels of wellbeing, engagement,...


Pursuing a PhD at Trinity | Constant growth and enrichment

For Mr Neil Van Heerden, the road to a PhD has been a long time coming and his interest in...