Junior School

Junior School

Co-curricular activities form an essential aspect of Trinity’s well-rounded approach to develop students in mind, body, and spirit.

Music

Music at Trinity Grammar School takes the form of a rich and varied programme both in terms of student participation and content. Music allows students to practice at their skill, share their skill with others through concerts and performances, and learn discipline along the way. Music is an extremely valuable part of our Co-curricular programme.

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Music News | Junior School

Assembly Performance Congratulations to the following boys who performed at assembly this week. Primary: Aiden G, Arjun G Infants: Jimmy Z, Reuben D AMEB Results Congratulations to the following students who recently achieved outstanding results in their AMEB examination: Aaron T (Y4) Grade 1 Violin, William B (Y2) Grade 1 Violin, Allan S (Y5) Grade [...]

Music News | Junior School

Assembly Performance Congratulations to the following boys who performed at assembly this week. Primary: Ethan J Infants: Asher B and Leonardo B AMEB Results Congratulations to the following students who recently achieved outstanding results in their AMEB examination: Christopher X (Y4) High Distinction in Grade 3 Cello, Aiden T (Y5) Distinction Grade 3 Violin. New [...]

Annual Concerto Competition Culmination

This year's Concerto Competition reached its culmination this week, with the 13 finalists selected from over 50 entries performing in the Orchestra Room on Tuesday 9 November. The finalists were: Infants Section Raphael Ma (P1Hi) Mimo Kim (J2Fo) Junior Section Cayden Tsang (P4He) Jack Ng (P4Hi) Eason Wang (P5Hi) Jude Kim (P6He) Clancy Tian (J5Fo) [...]

Creative Arts

At Trinity Grammar School, there are varied opportunities for students to stretch their creative muscles. Whether it be through auditioned groups like the Musical / Drama group or through meeting each week to hone their photography skills, students are encouraged to dive into the Arts and explore their creativity alongside their peers.

Art Club | Kindergarten to Year 6
Drama | Years 3 to 6
Mandarin Drama | Years 3 to 6
Studio T | Years 4 to 6

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Writing is who I am

“Don’t become a writer; be a writer”: author tells Trinity boys Writing was the key moment in award-winning author Craig Silvey’s voyage of self-discovery; it helped him find out who he was at the age of 14. When he visited Trinity to talk about the joys and hardships of his craft, he revealed the catalyst [...]

From decimals to dance

Many people think that there’s a dividing line between those who are creatively-minded and those who are logical thinkers – the right-brained and the left-brained – and those lines are very rarely crossed. At Trinity, many staff are consistently moving between the two and showing students that life doesn’t need to be lived in rigid boxes. Ms [...]

Delmar gallery Exhibition walkthrough

Sports

  • Summer: Basketball | Cricket | Tennis (Years 5 & 6) | Touch Football (Years 5 & 6)
  • Winter: Football (Soccer) | Rugby | AFL
  • Inter-seasonal: Track and Field | Swimming Team | Cross Country

Basketball | Years 4 to 6

Cricket Coaching | Years 3 to 6

Diving | Years 3 to 6

Emerging Athlete Programme (EAP) | Years 3 to 6

Football Clinic | Years 3 to 6

Minimites | Kindergarten to Year 2

Rugby Clinic | Years 4 to 6

Swimming Squads | Years 3 to 6

Tennis | Years 3 to 6

Water Polo | Years 4 to 6

Fitness Centre | Year 6

Touch Football | Years 4 to 6

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Cricket News

On Friday 18 and Saturday 19 November we competed against Waverley College and Knox Grammar School. The 9A, 10A, 2nd XI and 1st XI competed against Waverley in 2-day fixtures, while the remaining teams matched up against Knox. The 9B are to be congratulated on registering their first victory of the season; their resilience has [...]

Basketball | CAS Round 5 versus Knox

“The Firsts get back to playing tough ball, just getting pipped by CAS leaders.” 1st V Trinity’s grit and relentless in-your-face defence was back as the Firsts almost pulled off an upset at Knox in a hard fought 15-point loss that was in the balance with only three minutes remaining in the final quarter. The [...]

Tennis Round 5 vs Knox

We saved the best till last and Knox have certainly been the strongest opposition that we have faced across the board this season. Only the mighty 10C team were able to register a victory, despite other teams coming close. The challenge that remains will be to work hard and see if we can improve on [...]

Clubs and Associations

Chess Coaching | Kindergarten to Year 6

Kids in the Kitchen | Kindergarten to Year 2

Mandarin Immersion | Kindergarten to Year 6

STEAM | Kindergarten to Year 6

Bible Study | Years 5 to 6

Chinese Chess | Kindergarten to Year 6

Cru Group | Kindergarten to Year 6

Games Club | Kindergarten to Year 6

Gardening | Kindergarten to Year 6

Lego Club | Kindergarten to Year 6

Library | Kindergarten to Year 6

Minecraft | Year 5 to 6

STEAM Club | Years 4 to 6

Stick Insects | Kindergarten to Year 6

Stretch ‘n’ Still | Kindergarten to Year 6

Tree Frogs | Kindergarten to Year 6

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