CRG

Community Engagement

CRG

Community Engagement

Community Engagement

The School is committed to engaging effectively with the communities in the vicinity of our campuses in a meaningful, accountable and responsive way. This policy outlines the School’s position and commitment to ensure community engagement is integrated into all of our activities. We seek to build relationships and strengthen the School’s place in the community and to understand the communities in which we are located. Refer to our Community Engagement Policy located at the end of this page.

 

Community Reference Group

About the Group

The School is committed to engaging respectfully with the communities in the vicinity of our campuses in a meaningful, accountable and responsive way. Our Community Engagement Policy outlines the School’s position and commitment to ensure community engagement is integrated across all of our activities.  We seek to build relationships and strengthen the School’s place in the community and to understand the communities in which we are located.

If you have any questions relating to the School’s approach to community engagement, please contact:

Stephen Heanly | [email protected] | p.9581 6000.

Trinity Students
in the community

Trinity Students
in the community

Summer Hill Campus

The Trinity Grammar School – Summer Hill campus, Community Reference Group met on Tuesday 4 April 2017 to discuss a range of issues associated with the School being part of the local community. The School confirmed that it is committed to open and honest communication and encourage more residents to attend the next CRG

If you would like to discuss any matter in the mean-time, please do not hesitate to contact Stephen Heanly.

A future initiative will be to provide an online noticeboard for the local residents.

The above image shows our Summer Hill Campus Students volunteering at the Salvation Army, Auburn during Service Week this year.

Preparatory School Students
in the community

Preparatory School Students
in the community

Strathfield Campus

The Trinity Grammar School – Strathfield campus, Community Reference Group (CRG) met on Wednesday 7 September 2016 to discuss a range of issues about how local residents and the school can assist each other.

If you would like to discuss any matter in the mean-time, please do not hesitate to contact Stephen Heanly.

A future initiative will be to provide an online noticeboard for the local residents.

The image above shows students from the Preparatory School at Strathfield volunteering at Samaritan’s Purse for “Operation Christmas Child” in September 2016.

Field Studies Centre (Woollamia) CRG

The Trinity Grammar School Field Studies Centre (Woollamia) Community Reference Group (CRG) had an informal meeting as part of the official opening of our new Field Studies Centre on Saturday 19 November 2016, to discuss a range of issues and determine  how best local residents and the School can assist each other.

  • A future initiative will be to provide an online noticeboard for local residents.

In the meantime, should residents wish to contact the School they can speak to Stephen Heanly on 02 9581 6065 or email [email protected]

Traffic Management

Below are documents which have been shared with the Trinity Community to outline the School’s Traffic Management Plan for Summer Hill and the safety expectations for parents driving in School Zones at both campuses.

Traffic Management Brochure

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Safety Around School Zones

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Community Engagement Policy and Terms

Community Engagement Policy

Terms of Reference