On this page you will find the information you need to be prepared before classes start.
Please take the time to watch the orientation video and read the material linked on this page.

Orientation Video

Our academic and pastoral staff share what to expect in Year 7.

Orientation Handbook

The booklet offers information at your fingertips, as does this webpage: contacts, maps, transport information, uniform, library services, canteen and – important– how to download and register for the Trinity app.

Transport Information

Trinity is committed to a green travel plan and promotes the use of Public Transport options for students and staff. The Summer Hill Campus is 1.5km from Summer Hill Station. A large proportion of our Middle and Senior School students make use of the public bus that departs from the bus stop immediately outside the School on Prospect Road. Trinity School buses also arrive and depart from the bus stops on Prospect Road outside the School.

Learn more about trip routes, timetables, complete a Trinity Bus application and more on the transport section of the School’s website.

When traveling by car, parents are to use the School’s underground car park for drop off and collection and must follow the School’s Traffic Management plan for the safety of students and the public.

School uniform

The Midford Uniform Shop will be open for fitting appointments on the following dates;

  • Thursday 9th December, Friday 10th  December 8:00-4:00, and Sat 11th  December 9:00-3:00.
  • Monday 13th December – Friday 17th December. 9am -2pm
  • Also from Monday 10th January 2022  9:30-3:30 until the start of Term 1 2022.

Due to COVID restrictions, fittings are by appointment only. Make your appointment using the online appointment system (instructions on the School’s Uniform shop page).

Parents will need to sign in on arrival through the Service NSW QR code and provide proof of vaccination for appointments in December.

Please enter via Prospect Road- Chapel gates.

BYOD Information

Junior

Read the Bring Your Own Device webpages for information and Frequently Asked Questions about ICT at Trinity for Years 7-12.

Co-curricular

Explore the Middle and Senior School Co-Curricular webpages, watch some of the videos, and access the following:

Music Instrumental Tuition
information and details on Trinity’s musical instrumental tuition, including how to enrol, is in the Trinity Grammar School online Handbook. Use this online form to register for music tuition (the online form is also accessible via the School’s online Handbook). You will be asked to use your Trinity ICT log in to access.

Peer Support Programme:
The Peer Support programme aims to assist Year 7 students across a broad range of categories as they integrate into life in the secondary school at Trinity. The role of Peer Support Leader, a formal leadership position, sees 32 Year 11 students (two from each House) learn the foundations and Christian principles of servant leadership as they seek to equip their Year 7 peers with the ability to approach life optimistically, become proactive in dealing with challenges, and develop resilience when dealing with difficult experiences. Since its inception, the programme has provided thousands of Year 7 students with a connection with Year 11 students in their House group, who model to them Trinity’s Christ-focused education in mind, body, and spirit, whilst also providing them another level of support.

Sport
information about Year 7 sporting commitments and code of conduct can be found in both the Year 7 orientation booklet and the Trinity Grammar School online Hanbdook. Trinity’s Sportsmasters utilise the Trinity app to share sports fixtures and updates. Please download the app and set up your preferences, as per instructions on this webpage.

Trinity Community Groups

Trinity is proud to have a strong School community consisting of parents, friends, families and alumni. Summer Hill has a vibrant parent auxiliary, regular P&F meetings, and Prayer Group.

To learn more, get involved, or request prayer, please visit the community section of our website.

Trinity updates and news

There are a number of ways to stay up-to-date with news at Trinity:

Bookmark this Middle and Senior School news page on our website and return to it each weekend during term time. The Weekly Bulletins from the Head Master and Deputy Head of Summer Hill are updated here each Friday from 4pm. The Bulletins contain important updates about week-to-week school updates.

Download and set up your preferences in the Trinity app.
From the app, you can access

  • The weekly Bulletin updates from the Head Master and Deputy Head Master of Summer Hill
  • Sports notices
  • Push notifications from the School on urgent updates
  • Bus transport updates
  • Registering an absence
  • .. and more!

Trinity News Magazine

A bi-annual digital magazine that is available in printed form on request, Trinity News is distributed via email at the end of Terms 2 and 4. You can view the latest editions and order a printed copy from the Publications section of the School website.

Follow the School’s Facebook or Instagram accounts.