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Seven perfect scores in International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma

Sydney’s Trinity Grammar School continues to cement its world class ranking as an International Baccalaureate school, with seven students attaining the perfect score in the 2022 International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma and eight dropping just one point. For the Trinity students earning perfect scores of 45, it equates to an ATAR (Australian Tertiary Admission Rank) of [...]

2022 Trinity HSC Results | At a glance

Click here to read Trinity's First Impressions Booklet about the 2022 HSC results.

“Team first” attitude makes team first – again

Trinity’s run as the number one CAS track and field school now extends from 2016 and counting after another top-of-the-table performance in which Summer Hill students broke four CAS records. But it wasn’t just mighty individual achievement that won the day. Leaders cited a “team first mentality” and countless stories of sacrifice as key factors [...]

The day time stood still for one proud Trinitarian

Old brigade joins new for marching band’s 70th anniversary. Greg Allardice wound the clock back more than half a century, and for a moment time stood still. Drumsticks in hand, the spry 72-year-old was back on the quad where he first performed with the Trinity marching band in Junior School. This time he was playing [...]

17 years of Toys ‘n’ Tucker at Trinity

The Anglicare initiative, ‘Toys ‘n’ Tucker’ is taken up each year by churches, schools and individuals around Sydney to deliver meals and toys for children and families to open on Christmas. 2022 is Trinity’s 17th year of being involved in the initiative.   Many students at Trinity love gathering with their own families, ripping open presents [...]

Suli Niulala: a gentle man of God

Trinity mourns “universally loved” teacher Junior School teacher Suli Niulala has been remembered as a humble, kind, strong, and wise man whose defining characteristic was his faith in God. The Trinity flag is flying at half-mast this week in honour of Mr Niulala, who died in hospital on Sunday from liver cancer. “Mr Niulala was [...]

Train Strike Cancelled | All Speech Days at Town Hall

With this evening's announcement about the train strike being cancelled, we've been reminded of the Mike Tyson quote that everyone has a plan until they receive a punch in the face. Moving faster than an old red rattler, we have made the quick decision to revert to Plan A! The opportunity to gather and celebrate [...]

New school communication platform in 2023 | Watch now and get ready for InSite

What is InSite? Launching in 2023, InSite is the School’s new online platform for communicating with Trinity's current parents, staff, and students; the place where information can be found and shared to help ensure our community is well-informed and engaged in a meaningful, targeted and timely manner. Targeted and timely is key – users will [...]

Australian Rugby Champs

Three Trinity students have become national rugby champions, helping the NSW Waratahs to victory in the final of the Australian under 16 championships. M.Meagher (10Hi), S.Niulala (11St) and D.Christodoulou (11Mu) were part of the team that defeated the Queensland Reds 40-10 in the final. Director of Rugby Mick Snowden described it as a “fantastic achievement”. [...]

In praise of perseverance

Remembrance Day oration underscores the example of Jesus The value of perseverance has been highlighted at the annual Remembrance Day service in Trinity's War Memorial Chapel. Dr Julie Greenhalgh, delivering the main address, said that when she took over as Principal at sister school Meriden, she asked the outgoing Principal what she would need to [...]