Welcome from the Principal

Dear Parents and Families,

I would like to welcome you to our school website. The purpose of this website is to give you a glimpse of our beautiful school.  On this site you can hopefully sense the breadth our learning, explore the many clubs and extra-curricular opportunities available and learn about the rich partnerships that our school enjoys.

At Trinity we value building quality relationships, built on respect, inclusiveness and a strong sense of welcome. We work hard to enjoy our safe, nurturing and welcoming environment. We pride ourselves in knowing each child and valuing each family. Central to this is our positive partnership with our parents and carers, who as first teachers help make our community so welcoming. 

Although we achieve outstanding academic results, our goal is to develop the whole child. Learning is more than curriculum instruction - we want our children to learn academically, socially, physically and morally to grow into future citizens who grow up not simply wanting to achieve but to make their community and the world a better place. We aim to equip students with lifelong skills to become compassionate and contributing citizens.


As an Ignatian school, we also want to encourage our children to be reflective and open to who God has called them to be. We are proudly a part of the St Ignatius Parish community and enjoy strong connections with St Ignatius and St James’ Church.


We believe that learning is not passive. Student Voice is an important aspect of our school, with a strong, structured student leaders programme and regular opportunities for all students to share their ideas and learning. Students are encouraged to take action on social justice issues at a local, community and global level.

At Trinity we have outstanding teachers and support staff who model excellence, life-long learning, and a willingness to welcome and build positive relationships with others.

We welcome and encourage you to contact the school to make an appointment to come and see our beautiful school.

Yours Faithfully


Peter Bartley