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
- Positive feedback was received from the meeting attendees regarding the operation of the Trinity Centenary Centre
- The revised Traffic Management Booklet – Summer Hill Campus was shared with attendees and feedback from community members is encouraged
- Following previous feedback, the School changed bus pick up and drop off points to Prospect Road; most residents who attended the CRG indicated that this has improved traffic in the area
- Following feedback received in the CRG, the School is committed to continue to work with Roads and Maritime Services, Inner West Council and local emergency services to address any ongoing traffic issues
- The Ashfield Police Youth Officer advised that heavy traffic in peak pick up and drop off periods is not uncommon and explained that congestion is part of a Sydney-wide population issue. He also stated that Ashfield Police is committed to continue to patrol the area (Hurlstone and Service Avenues in particular) in peak periods to assist with safety
- Trinity Grammar School will launch a green travel initiative for staff and students in the near future, encouraging travel to School by public transport or carpooling.
- The School is committed to working with parents and students to ensure that safety is front of mind at all times
- The School invited attendees and the community to review the Trinity Grammar School Community Engagement Policy
- Trinity Grammar School appreciates the opportunity to discuss issues with local residents at CRG meetings or by email to Stephen Heanly email@example.com .
- The next Summer Hill CRG meeting will be in Term 2. Residents will be notified closer to the time.
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.