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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 [...]

Weekend Sports Roundup – Tennis teams ace Waverley

Trinity tennis players completed a clean sweep of 12 wins against Waverley, led by a 7-1 victory for the firsts, with the squad’s only two losses coming in make-up matches against Knox. The football teams also had a winning weekend, with no losses in the Year 7-10 matches, although the firsts and seconds both went [...]

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 [...]

Weekend Sports Roundup – Manners maketh the men

Trinity rugby players have won plaudits for their conduct off the field, as well as their sportsmanship on it. Two busloads of students arriving at McDonald’s Lithgow on the way home from a Saturday rugby trip to Bathurst-Orange is a sight that might cause dismay to some other patrons. But one lady, who had considered [...]

Getting to the heart of Home Languages  

With the theme of ‘Dreaming with Eyes Open’, Book Week was celebrated by the Preparatory School with a focus on how the Indigenous people of Australia embraced storytelling. Abigail Nel (Inquiry Learning Integrator) shares how the Prep students explored this topic and dug deeper into Home Languages.   To honour the connection between the theme [...]

Weekend Sports Roundup – Records tumble at CIS swimming

Trinity swimmers have set four records at the NSW CIS championships. Jonathan Nam (11St) broke two in winning the 16 years 50m and the 15-16 years 100m breaststroke. Grayson Doig (10He) set a new mark in the 15-16 years 100m butterfly, and Sterling Tuxford (9WH) did the same in the 12-14 years 200m butterfly. They [...]

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 [...]

The pub with no beer… 

But plenty of music and Irish accents  Trinity students have been spending hours in a pop-up campus “pub”, under-age maybe but with the School’s encouragement and blessing. They have also been sounding more Irish than Paddy’s Day.  The alcohol-free hostelry is otherwise known as the Assembly Hall, which has been transformed into an Irish pub [...]

Trinity remembers 

Students and staff honour Anzac Day traditions  Trinity students and staff have been thanked for their community service in helping to honour the  solemnity and dignity of local Anzac Day commemorations. Trinity cadets assisted in services at Strathfield, Ashfield, Drummoyne, Balmain and Burwood. They also also travelled to Huskisson on the NSW south coast with [...]