Curriculum

Unique to Trinity are our personalised pathways to learning ensuring that by Year 10, the unique talents of our students, be it academic, cultural or vocational, are nurtured through a dedicated path appropriate to their chosen form of education.

Trinity provides opportunities for students to learn in each of nine learning areas:

  • Christian Studies
  • English
  • Health and Physical Education (Years 6 to 10)
  • Humanities (including History, Geography, Economics, Business Civics & Citizenship.)
  • Languages
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Technology (including ICT)
  • The Arts (Dance, Drama, Music, Visual Art)

Students study a combination of subjects from all nine key learning areas until Year 11 when they are supported to make choices about the learning areas and programs to ensure their eligibility for the Queensland Certificate of Education.

External tutorials can at times be arranged to support and assist students in certain academic areas of need. Tutorials are not formalised and are organised on an 'as needs' basis. The first point of reference for parents would be a meeting and discussion with the student's pastoral care teacher. For further information please contact Head of Curriculum, Mr Wayne Butlin at Wayne.Butlin@tlc.qld.edu.au


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