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More than half a million for the Suli Niulala Memorial Scholarship | Thank you!

Thank you Trinity | A message from Mrs Debbie Niulala "You are all changemakers!" It's been an understandably emotional Giving Day 24 hours for the Niulala family. Mrs Debbie Niulala has been on the Trinity campus, visiting the Junior School's fundraising music concert, and spending time with our volunteers. Sons Sam and Luke have been [...]

Why half a million and beyond this Giving Day? | The mathematics of scholarships

Going for half a million and beyond – 2023 Giving Day Funds to perpetually establish the Suli Niulala Memorial Scholarship Commencing 1st of June, 2023, Trinity is holding its second ever Giving Day. Last year, the School community was able to raise over $450,000, significantly surpassing the goal set for the day. This year, we’re [...]

Giving Day to establish Suli Niulala Memorial Scholarship | Thursday June 1

Trinity Grammar School launches 2023 Giving Day with theme of hope and transformation Funds to establish Suli Niulala Memorial Scholarship After the huge success of the inaugural Giving Day last year, this year’s event is just around the corner and it’s already promising to be even bigger. The end of 2022 saw our School community [...]

Remembering the fallen 

The 44 white wooden crosses that appear on the quad every Anzac Day – one for every Trinitarian to die in war - are real reminders of real people. As Head Master Tim Bowden often reminds modern-day students, these old Trinitarians sat in the same classrooms and ran on the same fields. But who were [...]

Stitching hearts

The Trinity community is filled with focused groups who volunteer their time and energy to give back to those in need – both inside and out of the School community. The Trinity Grammar Quilters are one such group, and their handiwork provides comfort in times of real distress.   Primarily made up of mothers, the Trinity [...]

Weekend Sports Roundup – National Athletics Titles, Black and Green Shield

Trinity students and old boys were among the medals at the national track and field titles, taking a gold, silver and bronze. Rohan Browning (2015) won the 100m title in Brisbane, clocking 10.02 seconds - the fastest time by an Australian in Australia. It was just one-hundredth of a second outside his personal best and [...]

Planting the seeds of academic growth 

In Year 10 he was “off the rails”, not bothering to study or even do homework. In Year 11 he was suspended. But by the end of Year 12 he was one of the highest achievers at Trinity’s Scholar’s Assembly.  Cristiano Farr’s story is a reminder that it’s never too late to turn things around [...]

Chaplain leaves with a song and a prayer

Greg Webster farewelled after 26 years Has it been worth it? That’s the question School Chaplain Greg Webster asked himself in his final chapel service after 26 years at Trinity. He did not answer immediately but when he did it was with a resounding affirmation. “Absolutely it has been worth it,” he told students. “Why? [...]

Trinity Super Rugby Alumni go head to head

It was a Super Rugby match that could almost have doubled as a Trinity reunion when the NSW Waratahs hosted the ACT Brumbies before 25,000 fans at Allianz Stadium. Old boys Tom Lambert and Tane Edmed both turned out for the Waratahs against another old boy, Brumbies signing Jack Debreczini. It was the first time [...]

Cross country winner puts the green and white first

Old boy Ollie Hoare inspires Trinity distance runners Trinity distance runners, urged on by champion old boy Ollie Hoare, registered an individual first and third as well as two team placings in the Schools Challenge section of the World Cross Country championships at Mt Panorama, Bathurst. Jack Waide (12Ke) won the under-20 event, staged on [...]